Reviews and Problems with Kengo: Master of Bushido
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Smart, relaxing game for adults -- mentally challenging
J. Holt, Amazon
20 April 2005
Summary: Like other reviewers, I found the strategy and elegance of this game compelling. At first, it was difficult -- so much so I gave it up for months. When I had more time, I returned to the game -- and within a week I mastered (well, I should be more humble: grasped) the controls.
Summary: I love kengo: master of bushido. I don't have a katana but I bought a boken immediately. The game basically takes a bit. I had fun in sort of imagining my own story line. The fighting is the whole game. It is extremely fun though. I won the tournament but the game still wasn't over.
Summary: Kengo: Master of Bushido is quite simply the best fighting game I have ever played, and trust me... I've played alot of them! It's graphics are pretty good, although at points they are a bit jagged.
Summary: Now I know a lot of people does not like this game for a few reasons. 1.you spend a lot of time training to get stronger. 2.a very short tournament. and 3.can only save once. well I have this to say..
Summary: It's what i said, it even has the intense training which you spend forever doing. I spent a good time playing it but I stopped because I didn't feel like beating out all the rival schools. I had trouble with the controls and ended up blocking like crazy because i couldn't manuever.
Summary: This is a fun game once you get the hang of it. It's different from other fighting games since a well placed sword stroke can be VERY effective. You can customize you players characteristics (Agility, Speed, Attack Strenth, Will) by using points you get from beating people and training.
Summary: Fans of the Bushido Blade series should be cautious before snapping up this latest offering from Lightweight. While Kengo is undoubtedly fun and addictive, it strays from the virtues that made the Bushido Blade series very successful. In fact, the designers seemed to take several steps back.
Summary: When I first got this game, I was excited about it. I have always had a thing for sword fights. Then, I loaded the game. Imagine my disappointment when I realised that most of the fighting would be done with wooden swords!
Summary: This game is ok. Its not as good as Bushido Blade (so I've heard). Now there are life meters again. I really havent played it much (I just rented it and ZOE and I spent most my time with ZOE). I think its a good game though.
Summary: Don't get me wrong, this is a very well-made game but I still like Bushido Blade more. This is a fun game and it seems rather realistic at first glance. When you think about it however, this is just a simple fighting game compared to BB.