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.
Summary: I love this game. I started with DW5 and have since expanded into the SW and WO series. Its great to experience this game and how different it is from later DW games. Much more challenging and strenuous, but lots of fun
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.
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.
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: For a launch PS2 game, I must say that this is a game that excels in many different ways. The gameplay is simplistic and immersing at the same time as you are fighting an entire opposing army at once with enemy soldiers surrounding the player, and you have to be quick and precise about eliminating...
Summary: The first game I played (but not the first I actually owned) whenever I play this I feel like I'm a newbie to the games once more. Liu Bei is my favourite character (but he is REALLY hard to earn as some characters are).