Reviews and Problems with Kengo: Master of Bushido
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Kengo: Master of Bushido
20 December 2005
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. The character models, on the other hand, are relatively detailed but a little herky-jerky in their animations. You'll also be seeing a whole lot of the same characters, as you fight your way through ranks of students of the various dojos.
Excerpt: Ever since I saw my first Akira Kurosawa film, medieval Japan immediately interested me. Before seeing Seven Samurai the only thing I knew about samurai was what I gathered from the Samurai Pizza Cats cartoon. You wouldn’t believe how inaccurate that cartoon was! Real samurai didn’t loaf around eating pizzas or dressing like Power Rangers; they did what their masters ordered them to.
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.