Summary: After having my eye on Afro Samurai for a long, long time, I finally took the chance and picked it up. I have to say, I'm happy with it. It's a fun hack 'n slash style brawler, full of gritty violence and style oozing out of every orifice.
Summary: I loved the anime and this is one of the things that I liked about this game, it stays very close to the anime. The Samuel L. Jackson voice it's wonderful, the controls are not very easy to master but once you get used to them you are going to have a blast slicing people.
Summary: if you like Quentin Tarantino films, Ninja Gaiden-esque combos, great scenery and awesome music look no further. it's very repetitive and the controls can often be maddening but overall a solid, fun game.
Summary: This game has a unique style, overall enjoyable but not excellent. The camera can become annoying if you're constantly having to adjust when your enemies go off-screen. The game is sometimes difficult on bosses or when you're in a mob of enemies.
Summary: i think this game sounded truly good on paper but it seems to be missing that little bit of umpf that the show had. this game truly is fun and exciting to say the least, the art style works perfect.
Summary: What an odd game this is, first the cons: It is a button masher no doubt about it Regular enemies get repetitive fast and they are little more than zombies There's lags everywhere Camera is just a paint in the rear Platforming is just another pain There is no HUD Little replay value You have no real...
Did they fix the camera in an update? Now it ROCKS!
David Rey "dmajor", Amazon
7 January 2010
Summary: Okay I knew this game didn't get very high reviews but I loved the art style of it. Also where else can you find a game with Samuel Jackson in it and Rza beats? So I had to have it. This game looks BEAUTIFUL graphically. Now for the game play. This is a button masher accept for bosses.