One of the new action-RPGs to drop into the world of gaming is Enigami’s Shinees: The Lightning Kingdom. The colorful, Kickstarted new title is available right now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. If you’re looking for cheats for the game, a trainer has also been made available.
The new cheat trainer for the PC version of Shiness can be downloaded right now from over on the Mr. Antifun page.
The trainer includes only three cheats:
- Infinite Health
- Infinite Tension
- Infinite Chi
The infinite health cheat is self explanatory, allowing you to go into battle facing off against low level NPCs and bosses alike without losing any health.
Infinite Tension and Chi will help out while you’re attempting to get strong during a fight to unleash much stronger attacks. Similar to Dragon Ball Z, you can use Chi to build up your power and take down foes with a devastating attack.
You can use the cheats on the game right, which is available for PC, along with launching on home consoles.
The crowdfunded title launched for the moderate price of only $29.99, and was published by Focus Home Interactive. The combat is similar to an action-oriented fighting game, but it features leveling up and customizing the abilities of the characters to help them grow stronger. It’s a fairly unique game in its structure given that there aren’t many other games out there quite like it.
Now some gamers aren’t too fond of the combat system because they feel the rock, paper, scissors style combat of black, parry, magic, combo is a little too dumbed down and a bit too easy to exploit, especially from the AI’s end. Some people have complained that the simplicity of the combat and the stun-locking really takes away from the game, while others find the combat and timing to be spot on. I think a lot of it will depend on your preferences for what you expect out of the game and how you’re willing to deal with the game’s learning curve.
Anyway, if you already own the game you can grab the cheat trainer right now, but if you don’t own the game you can pick up a copy for home consoles or PC right now.
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