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.