Reviews and Problems with Warriors: Legends of Troy
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Warriors: Legends of Troy (PS3) Review
26 April 2011
Summary: I think the scenario and theme for this game had potential, but the execution was extremely lacking. I like the variety and customizability with the playable characters, but the actual gameplay fails. The fighting controls are sloppy and the the QTE symbols blip on the screen.
Conclusion: So, like it says at the top there, if you’ve played one Dynasty Warriors you’ve played them all. Except Warriors: Legends of Troy isn’t a Dynasty Warriors , and if it was it would be letting the series down dramatically.
Conclusion: Warriors: Legends of Troy is a pretty impressive project from Tecmo-Koei Canada. It features an interesting storyline that provides a great backdrop for a video game, as well as some well-done cutscenes and audio.
Excerpt: I have loved the Warriors games for years now. The Samurai Warriors , Dynasty Warriors , and Warriors Orochi series are my favorite hack n' slashes. I've spent countless hours playing them, so I was really happy to see a new one coming out, Warriors: Legends of Troy .
Summary: Warriors: Legends of Troy lets players fight in the Trojan War. You'll play as 8 different heroes on the Greek and Trojan side, including Achilles, Ajax, Odysseus, Penthesilea, Paris, and Hector.
Pros: Pretty Cutscenes, Controls Work Well for all 8 Heroes
Cons: Repetitive Combat, Hard to Tell Enemies Apart, Predictable Story, Little to do beside grind for items
Excerpt: Warriors: Legends of Troy , whose generic title is one that you have likely already forgotten, is basically Dynasty Warriors: Greeks vs. Trojans edition. You take on the role of well known Greek, Trojan, and even Amazonian warriors as they duke it out for the fate of the lovely Helen.
Summary: The Dynasty Warriors series is incredibly notable in terms of demonstrating how different Western and Japanese audiences can be. In Japan, Dynasty Warriors is a chart topper and system seller, a cultural phenomenon. Over here? It barely raises an eyebrow.