Good game but there is almost no game play in the beginning
Robert Widuta, Amazon
28 June 2013
Summary: This is a interesting game with a good story but not enough game play until a little while in, then it balances well. The story is also quite good, but some may complain about ending dlc. The dlc costs too much in my opinion but if you like, the main story has a good conclusion. The extra ending only is playable if you have a good overall grade.
Asura's wrath is more than just a mix of gimmicks poorly tied together to create a great story.
Alex Moretti, Game Informer
7 June 2013
Summary: Whenever Cyberconnet2 tries something new I can't help but wounder what goodies they have in store for us. Their games while not the most critically acclaimed manage to be distinct enough in their own right to warrant checking out. From the Niche games that they've created such as silent bomber and tail concerto, to the unexpectedly popular .hack franchise.
Summary: Asura's Wrath is not a video game, it a serialized show running on unreal engine filled with quick time events. And it pretty amazing. Asura's Wrath takes elements from Hinduism and Buddhism and blends them with science fiction. How cool is that?
Summary: I began playing Asura's Wrath for the story. When I knew what the deal was with Asura's past, I began to play the story to beat the cr*p out of everyone and everything. I beat the final chapter and what does Capcom do? A "thank you for playing now buy the DLC if you want to know the rest of the story" This was almost as bad as the ME3 ending. Months later I bought the DLC and that is what made me rate it 4 stars instead of 3.
Summary: The game is basically Dragon Ball Z on steroids. The ground combat and rail-shooter segments are generally well polished, fun, and fairly easy unless you're going for some of the more difficult achievements. I found myself getting really invested in the story. The game is QTE heavy and its probably the best implementation of QTE based gameplay I've ever seen. With that said, the game is short. A single playthrough will probably only take you 3-5 hours.
AWESOME Game, held back by having to buy dlc for the True Ending
Ramy Lam, Amazon
31 December 2012
Summary: Some may argue that Asura's Wrath is not really a "game," and instead just an interactive movie with a series of quicktime events. Whichever side of the fence you're on, you cannot deny that Asura's Wrath is a crazy, over the top, and magnificent experience that will surpass any expectations you had and leave you in awe.