Summary: What checks out: - Good plot - Mass Destruction - SO MUCH JIMMIES RUSTLED - Big plots (Episode 10) - Button Mashing Lvl: OH GOD WHY - BURST - So Wrath. Much Punch. Very Anime. What didn't: -That's-about-it-plot - Short gaming experience (even with DLC) - not enough gameplay - lack of character...
Good game but there is almost no game play in the beginning
Michael Laxlin, 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.
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?
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.
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...
Summary: I’ve read others player reviews; in some of them they give a low grade to this game, most of them due to the lack of “interaction”. However, you must know what you are buying, before you purchase it. This is not an action or adventure game, not a platform or shooter.
Best 7-hour QTE You'll Ever Watch, Ending Sold Seperately
Evan Naugle, Amazon
24 November 2012
Summary: he game features a very angry demigod doing very impressive things when he gets angry enough, such as sprouting extra arms and punching a man larger than the earth. If that's something that sounds interesting, and if you don't mind a game that is essentially a series of QTE-laden cutscenes stitched...
Summary: The game is cheated in the reviews section. I did not expect this game to be this good. Several video game review websites either said above average or one or two of them said like a 4 out of ten. That is crap. Asura's Wrath is visually compelling with cinematic sequences that you have control over.
Summary: AW wastes no time thrusting the player into the shoes of Asura a Demigod tasked with protecting the world from an evil infestation that causes gigantic tentacles to rise from the earths very core and unleash a savage fury to which even the gods have a hard time contemplating, as the impurity level...