Summary: This is truly a bad game, its a looker alright, but the fixed camera makes it almost unplayable. the enemies you fight are often out of your sight , only the mini-map is your enemy designator to show you where to punch, kick or swipe your weapon. worse than that is, that the developers tried to implement platforming elements. Bad camera and super-bad platforming combined with bad character movement is a nice mixture of sh*t. The save point locations are terrible.
Summary: I will give this a four-stars only because I loved the previous game, Genji: Dawn of the Samurai (PS2), and because of how beautiful the gameplay and scenery is. The graphics looks awesome for a launch PS3 game. The environments are beautiful to look at and fight in. Boss fights are cool and traditional. Brings me back to the PSone and PS2 era of boss fights. The fighting is awesome with a decent amount of combos that also look pretty cool.
Summary: Honestly I bought this game because I was trying to buy old games for my recent purchase of my PS3 God of War Bundle pack. For the price, and the basic gameplay, it was worth it. If you are looking for more in a game, then this is not it.
Summary: The game is a pretty good samurai/action/rpg game that fans of say Sengoku Basara or Dynasty Warriors will probably get a kick out off, overall there isn't to much in the game persay miniquests and the like as it's pretty straight forward from start to finish. The voice cast is pretty decent which is appreciated and the combat systems is done pretty well too.