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: I never played the original but I saw this for very cheap and picked it up. I had no real clue of what I was getting into. I was pleasantly suprised overall, the game plays alot like a souped up version of Onimusha on the PS2. The graphics are great, it's all in the little details like the wavy lines from all of the fire in the burning envirnments and the falling petals in the forest section. Not to mention a truly awe inspiring battle atop battleships.
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: I won't get into a lot of detail because I've been reviewing games all night. However I will say this much. Genji definitely has some strong points and some weak points. The overall handling of the characters is rigid and can get on your nerves. Camera angles sometimes don't go the way they should or the way you would like them to.
Summary: Good game. Great graphics. Emphasis on the effects of fire. Modeling of the characters well done with many details. Soundtrack is also a plus along with the voice of the game. The downside is the camera that the game is very bad and does not follow the action of the character. Recommended.
Summary: Genji days of the blade is not a bad game its just not a great game you have to take the good and the bad with this game great graphics and sound and some old out dated simple game play with bad camera angels and repetitive button combo game play. the game can be at times pretty easy and at times pretty hard and confusing. You will deff. get stuck every once and a while. The game can be pretty fun at times but some times it gets very frustrating.
It's what you'd expect if you've played the first one
Kong M. Xiong, Amazon
16 February 2009
Summary: Yep, Genji: Days of the Blade pretty much uses the same mechanics as the first one - so if you liked the first one you'll like the second one. There were a few problems that I encountered, namely save points. Many of the levels don't have a lot of save points and especially when you really need them, although one level in particular seemed to have a good enough amount of save points.
Summary: I got this one new really cheap, just to have something to exchange with my friends, for my surprise this one is really solid and fun, the graphics aren't the best now but it is still solid and better to some games now. The gameplay remembers me Omnimusha with a twist. You wont be disappointed with this one.