Reviews and Problems with Kengo: Master of Bushido
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Zen of the steel
3 March 2016
Summary: probably my favorite sword fighting game. Once you get the hang of the movement, it's completely zen and totally immersive and addicting when the mood is right. If you like Bushido Blade 1 and 2, Onimusha series etc, you will probably love this game like I always have.
Summary: Kengo, Master of Bushido. The most masterful swordfighting game of all time, Crave has offered up a prime port of the Japanese original. One player campaign mode allows you to unlock 13 characters, two player mode allows you to whomp on your friends.
Summary: KENGO, Master of Bushido will remind you of all the very great Japanese films of the Samurai. Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, the Zatoichi series, Lone Wolf and Cub, Raizo Ichikawa's "Nemuri" series from the 1960's are here.
Summary: This is by far the best fighting game out right now. It allows you to create the killer moves and conceptualize the art of the samurai. Good thing it not rated yet, because you can not rate reality. Don't wear your best robe because its gonna get wet, very wet.
Summary: This game is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. Even if the grafics may not be as "spectacular" as some games for PS2 out there, this baby is solid!!! And as soon as you get the hang of it, the grafics become a secondary factor (I can even say that they are really good, specially the blood, HE HE HE (evil laugh).
Summary: This game is a real samurai simulator. A lot of gamers who have tried this game complain about spending more time training than actually fighting. First of all, samurai fighting is an art and a lifestyle.
Summary: This is a great game. One thing many of the reviewers fail to note is the skill that a true comefrom behind victory requires. This is brought on by the bleeding death feature. If your severly down, chances are your not going to dart in and cut them to pieces before you drop from blood loss.
Summary: This for some may not tickle the eyes as much as the new genre standard, such as capcoms flaver of the year and others like twisted metal extc, but as far as playing skill it makes the grade and then some!! looking for this writer to jump back at us on this one.
Summary: geez this is so not fair this game deserves waaaaaaaaay more than five stars! so the graphics aren't as good as some other games. this game rocks (altho the blood looks kinda weird)! This is the most awesome game iv'e played in a really long time i rented it yesterday and alredy i NEED to buy it!!!
Summary: This is the best game of its kind, pure and simple. Unlike many other one-on-one fighting games, Kengo does not have strange "special attacks," such as lightning bolts, fireballs, etc. Rather, the game is based on realistic Japanese sword fighting techniques.