Reviews and Problems with Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce
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Innovative, fun, but not perfect by any means.
Sgt. Solomon, Amazon
2 January 2013
Summary: This is a great change of pace to the usual Dynasty Warriors beat em up feeling. This actually offers an innovative feeling of customization, that makes this feel more like a plat former. Although it is not the best made game, it truly is a lot of fun, and even better to play online with your friends.
Summary: Pros: The graphic is fantastic. You don't need to wait for a long time for the game to be loaded as well. This version has crafting system (I'd call it that way) which allows more various type of items rather than an old version which you only have to collect it from boxes in the quest. Cons: I have been playing Dynasty Warrior since Dynasty Warrior 3 or 4, but this version is unexpectedly boring.
Even forgiving DW fans may find this a bit of a stretch.
Enigma20XX "Enigma20XX", Amazon
30 March 2010
Summary: As a devoted fan of the Dynasty Warriors series, and beat-em-ups in general, even I feel a little disappointed in this game. Which is sad coming from ANYONE that likes Dynasty Warriors anyway. First of, and MAINLY... this is an EXACT port of a PSP game... are you KIDDING ME?!?!? After Dynasty Warriors 6: Empires, you'd think that the only way left to go is up.... and, in a sense, you're right. They added the ability(with the aid of power ups) to fly.
Summary: It's overpriced. Wait, before you lambaste me, let me explain. I played the PSP version extensively, hours and hours on end, got farther than I even remember getting. I didn't like it at first, thought it didn't have that Dynasty Warriors feel, and that KOEI or Tecmo was trying too hard to make the game difficult, thinking the increased challenge would improve the game's value. Sadly, that's the polar opposite thing to do if the game itself isn't fun.