Summary: In 1997, Omega Force developed, and Koei published in Japan and North America, the PlayStation fighting game Dynasty Warriors, unique in that its characters based on Chinese history attacked one another with weapons rather than using their fists or feet. Three years later at the launch of the PlayStation 2 came the release of a spinoff of the fighting game, Shin Sangokumusō, titled in America as Dynasty Warriors 2 and thus leading to a numbering discrepancy between the...
Summary: Not only does the game play great, but there is no scratches on it, there was care in the packaging and it came in quickly. We expected the item to come in later on next week, but it arrived not even 4 days after I ordered it with standard shipping. Not to mention, it was same day shipping (on a Sunday!). It was the perfect birthday present for my boyfriend. And is he ever enjoying it! Thank you so much for the great service!!!
Summary: The is built around a standard design that has survived the test of time. While the game shows its age from the start (having only a handful of characters, low end graphics, no voices, and some minor control issues,) it's still an amazingly fun (and somewhat challenging) game. For the price it was more than worth it. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes Dynasty Warriors or just beat-em-up style games in general.
Summary: Even though i bought this game for my brother and he seems to enjoy very much and i thought it would be in a poor condition that it was used but after i checked it almost seems new so thumbs up for this product.
Summary: There is only one bad thing about this game. You will spend several hours playing it and the PS2 doesn't freeze up after 5 hours of continous play like the PS1 did. If you have a significant other who isn't into PS2, this game will cause some relationship problems. The graphics are stunning and the amimation is crisp and rarely slows down. When it does it is beacuse you have 50 guys on the screen fighting at the same time, so it looks like a cool slow motion battle.
Summary: If you remember and loved games like Final Fight and Golden Axe, you'll definitely love this game. If you didn't, well, I'm sure you'll find something nice on PS2...eventually. Everyone else, you know the drill. One man versus the horde. You decimate it one man at a time. Only thing is, you've got a horde on your side as well.