Summary: This was my first ever game on the PS3 and I tried my best to enjoy it, I really did. The upside was that the graphics were awesome. The downside was everything else. Level design was pretty atrocious. Weapons felt pretty useless. Camera angles were terrible and responsible for so many unnecessary deaths. This is possibly the only game I can remember that I did not finish. I wasn't even close.
Summary: This game is flat out awful. One of the worst games I've ever played. Bad graphics. Terrible voice acting, so atrociously bad and goes along perfectly with the incredibly bad story. It's your basic action game with a slight RPG-eqsue system to build up your characters. The camera angle sucks sometimes you can be off screen with your character. This is a game you recommend to someone to torture them.
Summary: Days of the Blade delivers a next-generation tour of Feudal Japan - it's a truly pretty game - too bad it never lets players off the bus to explore it for themselves. For all the processing power of the PS3, Days of the Blade offers the kind of experience expected of a Genji sequel on PS2.certain aspects of the game truly shine.
Summary: This game have a solid storyline despite being fictional (it depicts the period after the real Yoshitsune dies), and has similar game play with the Onimusha series. The difficulty curve though, is not quite user friendly. Recommended for fans of the series. New player may want to play or at least get to know what the 1st game is about b4 getting a hand on this.
Summary: Gameplay may not suit all but is a good release as part of the first lineup for PS3. Moderate learning curve and story telling tends to be slow pace in the beginning. In overall a good game for those enjoyed the PS2 version of it.