Summary: I just opened the triangle lock door in the castle. I am a fan of the previous installments, playing through both of them twice, this one, however, is not giving me as much enjoyment. I'm going to try and finish it as soon as I finish here but not because I find it fun or addictive, but because I want to hurry and finish it and trade it in before its value plumishes.
Summary: Okay, this is a review of Onimusha 3's gameplay. Not the story, graphics or sound. There are other reviews for those. The most important part of playing a game is of course gameplay. Onimusha 3 is, at its core, a beat-em up or hack n' slash (not survival horror like the previous Onimushas). Fans of this genre come from the old school Ninja Turtles Arcade, Devil May Cry and more importantly the revamped Ninja Gaiden.
Summary: This game wasn't as fascinating as other Onimusha games. Onimsusha:Warlords had it good times 'cause it was the first time we see Samonosuke in battle agains evil. In Onimusha:Samurai's Destiny, a new young Samurai Jubei Yagyu rise to stop the evil Nobunaga. In this final "chapter", players will be disappointed that only one of the classic samurai (Samonosuke) is in played, but Yubei isn't. Instead is replaced with some simple character.