While many parts take liberty with history (including S**t that never happened in actual history but that is not the point of th
24 October 2014
Summary: Overall not your normal Samurai Warriors game. This is the first (that I know of) that let you have your own character and guide the way for the ending the Japanese Warring States Era and lead to to the beginning of the Tokugawa Shogunate Era. While many parts take liberty with history (including S**t that never happened in actual history but that is not the point of the game) Characters can range from forgettable to getting a favorite.
Summary: I was hesitant when I first read reviews, but as a fan of the series I decided to give the game a shot. This game solves a problem that agitated me quite a lot in other games. Nothing like invading the enemy camp only to lose your main camp to generic infantry soldiers, here you switch back to the officer you left in your camp and take care of business. Still haven't found out how to bring every character into every map. It may or may not be possible.
Summary: I've played Dynasty Warriors in the past and have moderate experience with the series in general so here's my opinion. Also, seeing as this is a handheld there are obviously limitations compared to a console game so that's taken into account as well. Graphics- They are comparable to a late PS2 Dynasty Warriors game if not a bit more polished, 8/10. Gameplay- The fighting is fluid and fun and the AI is decent but the enemies are too scattered, 7/10.
Summary: Well its a hack and slash game. Its been a while since i played one and have not played any other game in the series. So i can't really say how this holds up to other games in the series, but i can tell you weather i enjoy it or not. you will be defeating a few 100 enemies per level with your playable characters. switching between one of the 4 playable characters is easy enough, just use the touch screen and click on their icon.