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5.5 out of 10

Genji: Days of the Blade

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Overall 6
6.0

Genji: Days of the Blade

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Beautiful visuals, animation, Cool slash 'em-up fighting, New weapons mean more variety
  • Cons: Awful, uncontrollable camera, Long, tedious levels, Punishing jumping puzzles
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Overall 6
5.5

Genji: Days Of The Blade

ztgd.com
23 January 2011
  • Excerpt: What is it about launch games that cause us to criticize them so much?
  • Pros: -Gorgeous Visuals, -Multiple Heroes
  • Cons: Mindless Gameplay, Static Camera Angles, Useless Features, Limited Environments
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Overall 5
4.5

Genji: Days of the Blade Review

PlayStation Universe
8 April 2009
  • Summary: Genji: Days of the Blade's uninspiring gameplay, linear levels, and awful camera destroy any illusion the quality graphics and audio may hold over you.
  • Pros: Graphics are nice and animation is good., A rousing, and immersive soundtrack is definitely a high point., Genji: Days of the Blade has downloadable content.
  • Cons: Gameplay is slow, clunky, uninspired, and boring., Levels are very linear., An awful camera hurts playability.
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Overall 3
2.8
Gameplay 3
3.0
Graphics 7
6.8
Sound 5
5.3
Longevity 4
4.2

Genji: Days of the Blade

NowGamer
13 November 2008
Overall 3
3.0
Gameplay 0
0.4
Graphics 1
0.9
Sound 1
0.7
Versatility 0
0.2
Funfactor 0
0.3

Genji: Days of the Blade (PS3) Review

411mania.com
1 March 2008
  • Excerpt: Here’s the story; taking place in about the 12th century with the Heishi clan, seemingly vanquished at the end of
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Overall 7
7.0

Genji: Days of the Blade

Playstation Illustrated
15 February 2008
  • Excerpt: I have to say that I was actually somewhat disappointed by Genji: Days of the Blade 's graphics. While the game appears on what is supposed to be the graphically most powerful system, I found myself thinking more times than not that it didn't look a whole lot better than its PS2 predecessor. Granted, Dawn of the Samurai was a great looking game and really pushed that system hard.
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Genji: Days of the Blade

PlayStation Beyond
18 January 2008
  • Excerpt: Genji 2: Days of the Blade takes place three years after Way of the Samurai, the first installment of the series. The game begins with Benki and Yoshononay, two original characters from the series, along with Lady Shusuka. Bosong, who was killed at the end of the first installment, is now resurrected to help destroy the new enemy. In the first game, the enemy was a rival clan, known as the Heyshe.
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Overall 4
3.8

Expert Review

The Laser
7 July 2007
  • Summary: What's really disappointing about Genji's next generation debut comes in the realization that these problems were very much evident in the PS2 edition. The developers have seemingly made no effort to fix them here - the basic structure and premise are largely unchanged. As mentioned earlier, the fixed camera angles allow for a more cinematic approach, but they undermine the gameplay, making you feel like you're barely interacting with a movie, not playing a game.
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Genji: Days of the Blade

GameBrink
5 July 2007
Overall 7
6.8
Value for money 5
5.0
Gameplay 6
6.0
Graphics 9
9.0
Sound 8
8.0
Funfactor 6
6.0

Genji: Days of the Blade

ME Gamers
26 May 2007
  • Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Since the Playstation 3 was announced, gamers waited with bated breath to learn more about its various features. Arguable, with the introduction of blu-ray discs, game content would be visibly increased, and with the processing power of the PS3, games would look and feel out of this world. True to this, Genji: Days of the Blade managed to pull off some sleek and beautiful graphics, but sadly not even this can hold your attention for long.
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