Summary: Even though you need to load the original data from DW4 to play musuo and free mode, adding the legends and xtreme modes allow for an additional play time to each each character to play their character specific missions and also to obtain their 5th weapons. A plus also when you duel an enemy officer you receive double the experience and an upgrade double to what they would have originally gave you. A must have for any DW fan.
Summary: this was was awesome, with level eleven weapons to search and a couple of new items to search for. the difficulty level was fun, though sometimes it seem impossible, if you are a fan of the series then you would love this game
Summary: Recently, I have been wanting to buy some of the past "Dynasty Warriors" games. I have been a fan of it ever since I was 13, after being introduced to it by a friend. Since "Dynasty Warriors 4" was the first installment I bought, I was hoping to up the ante on a lot of the characters by buying this game. I am impressed with it. However, I have something to say about how I got it. I was hoping it would include the basic case and booklet included.
Widow Rose "Conjurer of Beautiful Darkness", Amazon
26 October 2010
Summary: Dynasty Warriors 4 is fairly exciting, in that you have lots of characters to choose from; three different kingdoms to fight for, and six outfit changes you can earn as you grow in experience. What I don't like, is that the musou modes for each character are exactly the same depending on the Kingdom they belong to (monotony on a disk). I love DW everything, but was very happy they came out with DW5, and it's companion Xtreme Legends.
Summary: This game is pretty fun, but if you're a Dynasty Warriors fan looking for a PS2 game, get the next entry in the series, "Dynasty Warriors 5: Xtreme Legends". It has many more features and is one of the best games in the entire franchise. It has a great mini-RPG mode as well.