Summary: love that u can basically do whatever you feel like doin. dont like this guy, kill him OR beat him unconscious without killing him. draw a sword on a whole fortress of samurai in the middle of a conversation with the leader of the bandit tribe and whoop his ass and his generals asses and them claim the throne as your own and subjugate the men.... yeah. i like that.
Summary: If you like the samurai period in Japan history and like swordplay, this is a worthy purchase. It's a different kind of game, to be sure, and the combat can be repetitive and monotonous if you want it to, but it does have the potential to be complex if you work at it. The way the story progresses is not straight-forward at all, so if you like exploring how different actions and conversations result in different endings, you will get a huge kick out of this.
The only game I've got all the Trophies on my PS3 lol
Peter Malek "Peter Cage", Amazon
1 February 2014
Summary: I played this game to death. It has so many different endings, and so many different ways you can play that it stays fresh through out the whole game. I got 100% synch on this game because I liked it so much. I played this game for 7 months because I was so hooked to it. Just messing around with it all. It has a lot of replay value, and it's actually fun. If you like Samurai's, give it a go.
Summary: i bought this game a few days ago and I just cant get into it. the sword fighting mechanics suck. I was expecting something more along the lines of kengo. this game pretty much throws you into an area without any instructions or purpose? I spent my time running around bumping into people talking to them over and over until I got frustrated and started murdering people with my katana.