Darksiders Warmastered Edition
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Darksiders Warmastered Edition (NSP, XCI) ROM

Darksiders Warmastered Edition SWITCH ROM - Tricked by malevolent powers into hastening the apocalypse, War, the original Horseman of the Apocalypse, faces allegations of violating the sacred code by instigating a conflict between Heaven and Hell.

App Name Darksiders Warmastered Edition
Genres Adventure
Realese Year 2019
Image Format NSP, XCI
Region USA
Latest Version 1.0.0
Language Brazilian, Chinese, Czech English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish
Required Firmware 9.1.0
File Size 13GB

Darksiders Warmastered Edition is a hack-and-slash action-adventure video game developed by Vigil Games and published by THQ. The game’s inspiration is from the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, with the player taking the role of the horseman War. The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on January 5, 2010, in North America, January 7 in Australia, January 8 in Europe, and March 18 in Japan. The Microsoft Windows version was released in North America and Australia on September 23, and in Europe on September 24. A parallel sequel, Darksiders II, was released on August 14, 2012. A remastered version of the game named Darksiders: Warmastered Edition was released on November 22, 2016, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and on November 29, 2016, for Microsoft Windows. A Wii U version was released on May 23, 2017, and a Nintendo Switch version was released on April 2, 2019.

Darksiders Warmastered Edition


In Darksiders, players control War, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, in a third-person perspective. The world is split into separate locations with many areas initially inaccessible until later in the game. The center of the world, The Scalding Gallow, functions as a hub where War is given new objectives and paths to unlock new areas, many of which require the use of newly gained abilities to progress. Although War is initially limited to the use of his two-handed signature sword, Chaos Eater, he eventually obtains other weapons throughout the game. He also has a Scythe, which he uses as his other main offensive weapon.

Weapons have different combinations of attack that can be obtained throughout the game.  Along with combos, players are encouraged to use countering moves, blocks, and swift dodging. Projectile weapons such as a revolver and a boomerang-style throwing blade can also be used. Objects scattered throughout the environment can also be used as weapons and projectiles. At a later point in the game, War gains the ability to summon a horse that provides faster movement and increased attack power. Along with weapon-based attacks, War can also use an array of magic-based attacks, known as Wrath powers, that are both offensive & defensive.

Darksiders Warmastered Edition

The amount of Wrath powers available is determined through the Wrath meter. War’s Chaos Form, which transforms him into a large, fiery, and extremely resistant entity can be activated once War’s Chaos meter is filled. When enemies are near defeat, War can perform an elaborate and violent finishing move, instantly killing them.  Some larger foes can be briefly ridden and steered into other enemies before being finished off. The war eventually encounters large boss opponents that are both giant and deal heavy damage and are themselves puzzle-based battles requiring certain methods and certain weapons to defeat them and in some cases quick time button events to dodge or deal attacks.

Upon defeat, some enemies expel souls that provide different benefits. Green souls that fill the health bar, yellow souls that fill the Wrath meter, and blue souls that are the game’s form of currency, and can be spent on new combo attacks, enhanced Wrath powers, power-ups, and potions. Also, there are artifacts littered throughout the world that can be exchanged for more blue souls, with bonuses for completing each set. Additionally, souls can be obtained in chests found throughout the world. Other items that can be located include Wrath Core and Lifestone fragments, whereupon collecting four, War’s Wrath or Health, respectively, are permanently increased.

Darksiders Warmastered Edition


Since the beginning of time, the kingdoms of Heaven and Hell have been at war. A mediator known as the Charred Council arose to maintain “the Balance” of order and stability. The Council created a warrior brotherhood, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (War, Death, Strife, and Fury) to enforce their rules by punishing transgressors. Foreseeing that humans would become crucial to the Balance, the Council declared them a third kingdom, under their protection. Heaven and Hell agreed on a truce and sealed it with the Seven Seals, to be broken only when the kingdom of Man had become strong enough to join the Endwar. Breaking the seals would bring about the Apocalypse, with the breaking of the final Seventh Seal calling the Four Horsemen to Earth. The Horseman of War (Liam O’Brien) arrives on present-day Earth, where the Endwar appears to have begun: armies of angels and demons are engaged in battle, with mankind caught in the middle.

Confronting the archangel Abaddon (Troy Baker) of Heaven’s army, War is surprised to learn that the Seventh Seal has not been broken and the other Horsemen were not summoned. Abaddon is killed by the gigantic demon Straga (Troy Baker). War battles Straga and gains the upper hand, but mysteriously loses his strength mid-battle. He is saved from death by the Charred Council (Fred Tatasciore), who accuses War of siding with Hell and causing the Apocalypse prematurely. War demands a chance to find the real culprits; the Council agrees, but War is stripped of his powers and bound to a Council servant, the Watcher (Mark Hamill), who is enabled to kill him if he disobeys. War returns to a ruined Earth, where a century has passed since “the Destroyer” annihilated humanity and defeated the forces of Heaven. The stranded remnants of the angelic army have formed a resistance force called the Hellguard, led by Uriel (Moon Bloodgood).

Darksiders Warmastered Edition

The demon merchant Vulgrim (Phil LaMarr) tells War that to find the Destroyer, he will need to travel to the hellish Black Tower. Vulgrim advises War to seek advice from Samael (Vernon Wells), a demon lord imprisoned for challenging his master’s dominance. After being released, Samael explains that four ancient monsters called the Chosen are the guardians of the Black Tower. He asks War to kill them and bring him their hearts so the Tower will open. War slays all four of the Chosen, although it is revealed that their purpose was not to guard the Black Tower but to prevent Samael’s return. Samael revitalizes, honors his bargain, and opens a pathway to the Tower. He also hints that the Council is keeping War weakened for their purposes.

Arriving at the Black Tower, War finds Azrael (Keith Szarabajka), the Angel of Death, imprisoned. As War works to release him, Azrael confesses that he and Abaddon conspired to break six of the Seven Seals. The intention was to summon the demon lords to a council of war where they would be ambushed, throwing Hell into disarray. The six Seals would meanwhile be restored, eliminating all evidence. The two angels convinced Ulthane (JB Blanc), a mighty blacksmith from an ancient race, to break and reforge the Seals. However, Abaddon’s death ruined the plan, and the war began in earnest. War frees Azrael and fights a rematch with the demon Straga, whose death causes the Tower to collapse. Azrael transports himself and War to the Garden of Eden, where War visits the Tree of Knowledge to receive a vision.

Darksiders Warmastered Edition

In this vision, War sees that Abaddon went to Hell after his death and was offered the choice to “serve in Heaven or rule in Hell”. Knowing he was doomed for punishment in any case, he chose to become the Destroyer. He also guards the unbroken Seventh Seal, which would otherwise call the Four Horsemen to Earth. War is also shown that the Charred Council was aware of the conspiracy; they allowed the Apocalypse to happen and summoned War themselves, knowing he would track down the conspirators to clear his name. War then sees himself slain with a glowing sword. Azrael deduces the sword is the Armageddon Blade, a weapon powerful enough to kill the Destroyer, which has been broken into shards; War gathers the pieces and takes them to Ulthane, who reforges the blade.

Uriel, Abaddon’s former lieutenant and leader of the Hellguard, confronts War, whom she still believes guilty of launching the Apocalypse and causing Abaddon’s death. She challenges him to the Death Oath, a duel to the death. War is victorious, but spares her life, and reveals the Destroyer’s identity as the fallen Abaddon. Enraged, Uriel leads the Hellguard into battle against the Destroyer, but they are defeated, as in War’s vision. War then enters the battle with the newly forged Armageddon Blade, refuses the Destroyer’s temptation, and after a fierce battle succeeds in killing him.


The player character is War, the first of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Along with the rest of the Horsemen, War is not aligned to Heaven or Hell but instead serves at the whim of the Charred Council, whose purpose is upholding the balance between the two forces. He maintains a strict code of honor and will battle any obstacle in his way. It is prophesied that War and the other Horsemen will descend upon the Earth once the Apocalypse begins. Throughout the story, War is bound to and accompanied by The Watcher, an emissary charged by the Council to watch over and guide War on his journey. Because of his assigned role, he is constantly skeptical and cynical of War’s actions, much to War’s annoyance and often anger. He relishes his duty and enjoys needling War and bossing him about simply because he can.

War later employs the guidance of Samael, once a mighty and feared demon, now imprisoned, who himself seeks vengeance against the Destroyer, the main antagonist of the story and leader of the victorious forces on Earth. Many other characters become central to the overall plot, recurring at times. Among these is Uriel, leader of Heaven’s armies after their first leader, Abaddon, was killed during a major battle; now stranded on Earth, Uriel seeks revenge against those she believes responsible. Another recurring character is Vulgrim, a demon merchant who provides gear and abilities for War in exchange for human souls. Finally, there is Ulthane, also known as the Black Hammer, an “Old One” who at first is hostile towards War, but the two quickly become allies; first, after Ulthane aids War in entering the Griever’s lair, then provides War with a magical revolver and re-forging the Armageddon Blade for him.

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