Excerpt: The graphics in Kengo range from quite beautiful to rather unimpressive. The environments that you battle in, while nowhere near as expansive as I would have liked, are nonetheless very well detailed and quite enjoyable to look at.
Excerpt: As I crept through a Cuban jungle between bursts of machine gun fire, my companion dashed out ahead of me with only an ineffective pistol for protection. Sporting a baby blue shirt and reddish brown hair, she stuck out like a sore thumb. Suddenly, she collapsed to the dewy grass at her feet.
Excerpt: I could not figure out the point of Kengo. It seems to lack any sign of enjoyment, which pretty much ruins the whole game. It's supposed to be a game that is true to the Japanese samurai culture, forgetting that the point of a game is to have fun.
Conclusion: Les fans de Bushido Blade et de la culture japonaise apprécieront forcément Kengo, ils ne resteront pas insensibles à son excellente ambiance de samouraï . En revanche, les fans de combat bourrin seront très déroutés par son aspect simulation volontairement marqué.
Excerpt: Que les fans de Bushido Blade se réjouissent, Light Weight, le studio prodige, nous refait le coup des combats de samouraïs dans un Japon médiéval. On prend les mêmes et on recommence ? Pas tout à fait, lisez la suite.