Crisp graphics, moving music and well designed gameplay
Ryan Oliver, Amazon
15 March 2013
Summary: I give Genji a 5 because this is one of the games which define PS2 as a next generation console during its time, before the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii came out. The graphics, the music, the overall feel, and the playability of the game simply belong to a time when games are made w/ passion, brilliance, zest and a desire to create a new world on its own (imaginatively speaking) rather than mimicking current realities or having cynical game-developer motivations.
Summary: I would totally recommend this game to any of those PS2 Asian Fantasy lovers out there...it's a great game, I'd have to admit it, this is better then Onimusha, the storyline, the scenery, the characters, the weapons throughout out Genji were great, detailed, and marvelous just as I wanted it. Onimusha does not have beautiful scenery like Genji, but Both are great games!
Summary: Well I'm not about to give you guys some crap story or anything. To get you to or not to buy it. I'm just gonna come out with it. I'm also just a 15 year old kid that's gonna give you the truth. Overall, Genji: Dawn of the Samurai, has to be. The best penny (literally bought it for $0.01 plus $3.99 for shipping.. so $4) I have ever spent on a game in my life. Excellent game. Noce storyline and great graphics for a 2005 game.
Summary: This game called Ganji is so fun that a spent almost half of my summer vocation on it. Even though I have played it before, it still beats most of the ps3 games. Not because it's graphic, but it's system and nice story.
Summary: I absoulutly loved this game. Playing through it twice, I could get things I didn't before...like a weapons list so that I could acctually look for more weapons/armor/accessories. The Graphics were smooth, the fighting was complicated at first, but once you develope a sense of when, where and how to strike; you can definatly get a good reception from the game.