So amazing. graphics+storyline = great. beautiful settings.
Henry de Chazal, amazon.co.uk
19 January 2014
Summary: This game was my childhood. though I never completed the game because I found some levels difficult. my dad probably sold it so I decided to re buy it to complete it. the game has such an originality about it. the settings in the game are so nice. they make you feel as if you are actually on holiday inside the game. the game is mostly hand drawn and painted rather then computer generated.
Excerpt: "...to improve and refine for Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny. One of the decidedly next-gen parts of the original game was the astounding graphics, and that's no different here. Characters are wonderfully animated and the 16th century Japan they inhabit is evoked brilliantly (apart from Oyu's armour which protects everything except her cleavage and thighs). The meticulously detailed, pre-rendered backgrounds are excellent apart from their inherent vices. ...
Pros: Great graphics, involving gameplay .
Cons: Uses archaic game mechanics, terrible voice acting, short .
Excerpt: "Onimusha Warlords was one of the PS2's first ever smash hit titles, drawing adulation from fans of both survival horror and hack 'n' slash. Capcom must've known they'd be on to a winner as even before Onimusha Warlords was released, this sequal was already in production. It's never been like Capcom to tamper with a successful formula (see 30+ versions of Street Fighter for evidence) and this is evident in Onimusha 2. As soon as you start the game, ...