Summary: I got this to hold me over until the next Samurai or Dynasty Warriors title comes out. It's ok. I wish there were more characters, weapons, general character progression, and stages. It got old fairly quickly. I wish I would have watched more than one gameplay video before buying.
Summary: I was not expecting this to be like wwe svr so i just wanted to try it out and its okay. The controls take some time to get use to but they are not that hard to get. So if you want try something different from wwe i would try this
Summary: This is by no means a "bad game," in fact it is rather good. Basically, the gameplay is what we've come to expect. It's a Hack-and-Slash, take-down a 1000 (more like 500 if you're lucky) enemies, boss showdown, beat'em up. If that's what you're looking for, then you've found it.
Summary: This didn't really offer anything new to the series, although that is expected since it is a remake. The game is fun, but incredibly easy. I recommend it to people who are fans of hack & slash.
Summary: This game is repetitive as all out doors, but i never seemed to stop having fun with it. this game invokes the heart of the warrion in you and immerses you in its world. If you saw the anime before playing it, be forewarned, there are significant and blatant differences. Lets have a party!
Summary: The customization, training episodes and general overall presentation is top notch. A lot of the characters and rings are locked though which is disappointing because so many of the characters are locked at first with only about 7 of them available.