Summary: Much better than Onimusha 2. Had a lot of the same game play elements as Onimusha 1 which made it easy to navigate. Enjoyed the ability to play two characters separately following same story line but at different times. Overall enjoyable game in the series.
Summary: First Onimusha gave I played, made me fall in love with the series. I have played all six--including Blade Warriors and the XBox version, Genma Onimusha. Demon Siege remains my favorite. Like all of the different moves, but I don't like the puzzle boxes. Some of them are downright impossible.
Summary: I liked the game. The mechanics was the same as the first two, but they finally added the analog controls. I really liked the fact that they used two well-known actors in the game. Easy to play, lengthy, and very epic.
Summary: I've been a long time Onimusha fan ever since I picked up the first one that came out for Playstation 1 several years ago. I've always liked the highly detailed graphics, and more importantly, the unique and original storyline and character concepts. Onimusha 3: As the game begins you start right off the bat by being hurled into the middle of combat! An exciting way to start the game off!
Summary: After playing Onimusha 3, there are several readily apparent good and bad qualities to the game. The gameplay was good, although comparing it to games like Devil May Cry or Ninja Gaiden especially, it's not the best. The story, although containing some interesting quirks, like being able to affect puzzles in the present by changing something in the past, isn't all that interesting.
Summary: I played part 1, 2, and now 3. This game is really interesting after watching ending. There is another demon that will try rule again. Yeah Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams is next, and since it's new I think I'll wait because it's a new game. Well, about Onimushe: Demon Seige, I love slaming demons with Jacques' whip. This game is really intersting like watchin the story. The intro of the game when Samanoske Akechi ambushed the demons.
Summary: It's nice to see Samanosuke again, even if the story is Kooky with a capital K. The ability to flash back and forth across hundreds of years is pretty cool and adds to the feeling that you have to have some sort of strategy for optimum results. The look of it is beautiful, though I did not like the Paris world at all. I wanted more Japanese medieval village and less modern crap. Absolutely loathed the little kid.
Summary: A hack and slash with an RPG like story? Impossible? Not with this game. This is a phenominal game that combines survival horror with a hack and slah of a ninja game with a comples story line and CGI movies of an RPG. You MUST get this game if you are a fan of arcade style hack and slash and love RPG's. The only weird thing is you get to control a Frenchman as you jump back and forth through time. As if spending time to power up one person isn't enough...