Oh. Apparently it's for PS3. Just when I started considering whether it actually really has games at all. Well, guess I'll just get it if I ever have the console... still, I really like the apparent actually correct portrayal of Europe from what I've seen. I like when the author knows these things and it bugs me when there's something wrong in stuff I really like. Such as, relatively new heavily fluffed Saber does goddamn Kendo, but Utena, who is decades old, low-budget, and has mostly theatrical swordplay for the sake of symbolism, has it still perfectly correct where it matters. You can see that a lot of thought have been put into the pacing of the fight scenes. Same with Miura, I noticed that his characters even do hand gestures that Japanese don't even make. I bet he had a lot of western models, or just has good ability to observe these things... I love this about his work, not the gore. Not to mention DS has a player character named like this city few kilometres away from my current location. Guess I am sold.
The best things about DS for me (apart from gameplay, obviously) are armour designs that look like actual armour and not ridiculous spikes n' ornaments and vast variety of functional weapons, not just swords, bastard swords and katanas. Glorious polearms. And it's very atmospheric, yes.