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.
Summary: A fun hacknslash type of game but I love playing the dynasty warriors and samurai warriors series from KOEI because of the rich history and overall story. A big plus for me was that you are able to play as 4 different characters in one battle so you can finish the missions easier. A must buy for samurai warriors fans.
Summary: Really good game for the 3ds. Great graphics, amazing storyline, and as a bonus they speak in Japanese (with English subs). So if that's what you like in a game, I highly recommend Samurai Chronicles.
Samurai Warriors transitions to portables intact, for better or for worse
Philip Peters, Amazon
19 June 2013
Summary: If you like the Samurai Warriors series, or any of Koei's various Dynasty Warriors inspired games, you'll like this. It's about everything you'd expect from a traditional Warriors game. This isn't one of those stripped down games that removes a lot of gameplay elements in order to make it more portable friendly. This is a console style Samurai Warriors game that you get to have in the palm of your hand. Unfortunately, this means dealing with one of flaws of this series.