Summary: There are hours of entertainment to be had here. Still lacks content, and a but buggy, but if you can see past that it's fantastic. I can't wait for the final product. Definitely worth the money.
Summary: Although Kenshi is a bit buggy (pathing & structures) I have found it to be a very satisfying combination of simulation/rpg/tower defense games. I do enjoy acquiring new followers and "training" them to fit my overall strategy.
Summary: Not worth it, I was on "easy" difficulty, and was sword killed by 5 bandits. Then spent the next 2-3 hours watching patrolmen walk around me, ignoring my bleeding body as I was contemplating why in the world did I fork out $15-20 for this game. Buy something else for a better experience.
Summary: I keep this short & clean. Pros - Much of play styles - Able to compensate hard situations with simple tactics & mind play. - This game is the only one I've ever came cross with, and I find this very unique and potential game. - Good & tough world with no "OP" setup to go with.
Summary: It's crucial to keep 2 things in mind when discussing Kenshi. First, the game is still under ongoing development. In fact, if you have not read the product description, then perhaps you should stop and read that first.
Summary: When I first saw this game, thought it was gonna be a M&B: Warband clone, only in a Asian setting, and that sounded great. But what this game is, is so much more, or at least potentially. You create a character in a post apocalyptic fuadal japan-ish world, and from there your on your own.
Summary: This was one of the best games i have played in a long time currently being worked on by several devs it was designed by one guy till recently. Updates are steady and updates do not contain many bugs, sound is being worked on along with females, clothing, and other game play features.
Summary: This game is in Alpha stage, and is unfinished and unpolished as of right now. (which is completely natural considering its current development stage) So why a 9/10? That doesn't make sense does it? I disregarded: -bugs, glitches etc -lack of content that is announced.
Summary: I logged into the game, and there's nothing. Absolutely nothing. You start in a town, all the NPCs say the same thing, there's no music, to set-up is extremely difficult to understand, there's no (that's right, no) music, and after wandering around outside of the city for like 15 mins and not seeing...