Summary: This game is better than the last, and I really liked 3... I like the originality offered by the period in which it is set. It's neat to have the British as a faction now. My only regret is that they didn't give them English voices.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This game has multiple problems that set it back from actually being good. The main problem is the combat, its very generic. The game also has 10 endings, which sounds cool, but with stale levels and game play, not much is keeping you going to try and achieve all of them. Eventually the player may stumble upon the true ending.
Summary: Way of the Samurai series are games that has a butterfly effect. Meaning that the events that will happen to the game is depending on your actions towards the people you will met in the game. Way of the Samurai 4: There is so much in the game, you can go fishing, night crawling which is the best, dueling with other characters that made by real people, customizing your character face,body, weapons, style and so much more.
Summary: Loved this game as repetitive as it is, which is good for you need to play through on harder difficulty's to get better blade parts, clothes and whatnot. Took me ages to find out how to get the best ending and was worth it from the story beginning ( Fighting Akagi at the beginning hold the run button to find the cannon operators and cut them down...
Summary: If you like any of the other way of the samurai games i'm sure you will like this too. And if you haven't played any of the others this one is the easiest to get into of the bunch (these games can be a bit complicated in the beginning).
Summary: I was expecting a lot from this game and was disappointed - maybe my fault, but I believe it has some rather "outdated" flaws which should not exist anymore in games on the PS3 nowadays. The most appealing aspect of this game is the plethora of things to do in Amihama. To find out what you can do in this game, please refer to A. Bator's very excellent summary review, though. What I did not like was the way the roleplaying was illustrated and executed.
Summary: I love this game there's loads of mini games, varity of weapons with upgrades. The story is short but multiple playthroughts to get all endings will keep you busy enough. It sorta freeroam feels like GTA in a small Japanese feudal village. There's even a Casino with poker and roulette. The fight system is nearly same as in WOTS3 but upgraded slightly, with power up bar for super attacks. If you loved WOTS3 then you should buy this game, you wont be disappointed.
Summary: Way of the Samurai 4 follows the same formula of previous Way of the Samurai. As usual learning the combos, when to attack and perform a counter attack is essential. With several endings and freedom of movement in the town of Amihama, the game delivers lots of hours of gameplay.