Not as great as its Japanese-exclusive expansion, but still a fun romp
Nathan H., Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes is a 1-2 player game that follows the formula of other titles such as Dynasty Warriors, in which you back and slash hoards of soldiers and face off against enemy generals in epic showdowns. The gameplay idea itself is expectedly repetitive, as most of the gameplay revolves around capturing camps and defeating the main enemy general(s), all wrapped up in its simple hack-and-slash control scheme (normal arts, 4 special arts, one selectable...
Summary: This is the first Lego title I have played on PS3, and it's proven to be a lot of fun and made me interested in finding other Lego games on PS3 now. You can probably guess already what the game is about, and how it works, so I won't bore you with plot details or anything. The game allows you to start off on campaign mode with Batman and Robin, and the further into the game you get, the more characters you can earn/unlock.
Summary: The game is fun, has some challenge but is very linear. You get upgrades and other helpful items but there's no real exploring or doing misc tasks to add to the replay value, just going one area to the next to take down the next boss.
Summary: This partakes on the second season of the anime and it is very beautiful with all of its graphics. The battle system is basically conquering neighboring lands in a strange way, but that is just coming from me who is new to this. If you want MANLY SAMURAI WARLORDS that are REALLY ATTRACTIVE and also WHO FIGHT UNIQUELY, then this for you.
Summary: If you're a die hard wrestling videogame fan and youre in between games or waiting for the next WWE title to come out then this will keep you busy for a week or so. Its easy to get a hold of the controls but doesnt flow fluidly as you would like. If youre just in to the WWE/THQ games then maybe this one isnt for you.