Summary: The reviews clearly illustrate what you're getting into with this game. It really is a Quick-Time-Event fest with some interesting eye candy. I couldn't get past a few hours into the game, but for those who really don't mind science fiction/fantasy anime or the aforementioned lack of interactivity, I can't see why you wouldn't enjoy this game. Just make sure you watch the video reviews!
Fun game but repetitive, not a lot of replayability...
Chris C., Amazon
15 August 2013
Summary: I was just hoping for something of an entertaining brawler, but the story was lacking and the episodic concept, while different got progressively more annoying. I enjoyed playing it once through, but when I saw you had to play through repeatedly or achieve certain levels of perfection to see the extended story, I just wasn't interested.
Summary: I really enjoyed playing Asura's wrath. It like watching a crazy anime. I thought the game looked and played good. It took about 5-6 hours to beat. To get teh real ending however you have to buy DLC. This is a little annoying but I got a good deal on the game itself. After getting the DLC it turns out you have to get a S rank on a certain number of levels before it will let you play it all out.
Summary: If you ever wanted to play a video game where you felt like you were in an epic anime, like Bleach or Dragon Ball Z, this is the game for you. It's pretty epic, although a lot of that comes from mashing the right button when it appears on the screen. But it's still awesome and fun. The problem I have with this game is I reached the end of my first playthrough, and was told there was a second, hidden ending, which unlocked once you met a certain requirement.
Summary: asura's wrath a good game but it was very short there where some good battles but the battles and the game didn't last long enough for you to get a true feel for it the game i's self wasn't long enough for the player to get to fully enjoy the game
There's no need to shout Asura, I'm standing right here!
John Clayton III, amazon.co.uk
27 June 2012
Summary: Well, this is certainly an oddly risky release from Capcom, a company whose output seems to be solely reliant on a small handful of 'safe' franchises of late. Asura's Wrath is a game that's fairly unique in what it's aiming to do... and it's debatable as to whether or not that's a good thing as what it's aiming to do appears to be to show what God of War would have been like if it was Japanese developed and was being adapted from an anime series version of said...
Summary: Asura's Wrath is a fun game "if" you're into cut-scenes and QTEs (Quick Time Events). Because "literally" without any exaggerations I can tell you that 80% of the game is just that. You do get to move around and beat "some" enemies into a pulp before you switch to a boss and get an overload of dialogues and flashy looking cut-scenes in each stage/chapter.