A breath of fresh air from Dynasty/Samurai Warriors.
24 April 2014
Summary: I really wish Tecom Koei and Omega Force would make more games like this. I know that Dynasty Warriors/Samurai Warriors are somewhat mindless fun but after over TEN (and more to come) games of the same thing, it gets really old. Bladestorm on the other hand is a nice chance of pace from the tedium from the Warriors games.
Summary: This was the first game I got on my 360 and boy did I give it a belting, I remember playing dynasty warriors for the first time and very rapidly becoming bored, this game rather than putting you in that same button mashing hero position in stead puts you in charge of the soldiers around you in a more strategic way.
Summary: Game is slightly complicated when it comes to equipment, but in combat you can only control one unit at a time and the unit you control when not in a formation (running solo) also has a one button hold down for attacks....you basically rely on AI to do any tactical attacks in the game.
Summary: I will give a very honest review of this game I am long time KOEI fan and have played my own fair share of Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors, Nobunaga's Ambition, and Romance of the Three Kingdoms. However, this game took a different turn in terms of location and gameplay elements, which got my hopes up high.