Reviews and Problems with Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny
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I am Gogandantess. The greatest swordsman of all demons.
EBL ""There's sand on my boots!"", Amazon
22 February 2012
Summary: This is the second of the four games in the series. I was impressed by the massive introduction of all the new characters in this game. I wished that they had kept Sam and Kaede in this game, but I guess the makers wanted a new character in the story. Jubei was an overall good character to play with, and his background history is pretty sad and interesting too. This time your main enemy is Nobunaga instead of the demon lord Fortinabas.
Summary: It is a fun game by itself, but it is kind of awkward without Samanoske. The fact that there are additional characters shakes it up a bit. I also like the the different items for each character. The cinematics are pretty good and so is the overall gaming experience. The game can stand by itself an spinoff a whole new series. Good game.
Summary: Fans of the first Onimusha will certainly like this game. In this game, which takes place ten years after the first one, Nobunaga Oda is now the new king of the demons and is wreaking havoc across the land. The main character, Jubei Yagyu, is a samurai who embarks on a journey to kill Nobunaga for destroying his clan.
Summary: I have played many ps 2 games and this is bad. I can't use the analog stick to move. I have to use the pad. When I use the game pad.. I still can't move in the direction I want to go. Up is not up, more like moving back wards. There is no option to change to the controller stick. Yea, the graphics are great but that is all I will say for this game. I will return back to game stop. I would rate this video game a big 0 if I could. And I love fighting games.
Summary: i loved onimusha. i hated onimusha 2. an utter waste of time and money, and i bought it for only 9.99. when i got to the final boss battle, i couldn't help but think 'this is it?' then i tried beating nobunaga a half dozen times or so, but couldnt since i used all my healing items and magic replenishers going into the purple phantom realm. if i had known that the final boss was right after i would have skipped it and whipped him good.
This a good way to past your time!!!!! (SOME MAY DISAGREE)
Winston Fraser "Arcade Bee", Amazon
26 August 2005
Summary: If u are a gamer this is definetly a good series for your collection (ONIMUSHA SERIES)i can't help but wonder why Capcom refuses to listen to logic the directioinal buttons suck as a main control please!!! Capcom make the anolog joystick an option, ok!!! now back to the game, well the graphics was very pleasant to watch oh i really loved some of the cutscence, this version however fail to capture me as part1 did but all the same it was great.
Summary: Just two words that describe Onimusha 2, absolutely good. It's so much fun to play and I think this is easily one of my favorite new games to play. My favorite character in the whole game is of course Kotaro Fuma, that ninja boy that Jubei meets in Imasho. This is such a great video game, the scenery (in Imasho alone) is gorgeous! The fighting is fun in this game. The backstories many characters have are great.