Summary: My favorite of the Onimusha Trilogy, the game play is so smooth out of the three and is quite lengthy and presents a challenge. The introduction of the new character Jacques Blanc (Jean Reno) was fun because of how differently played he was than Samanosuke. The finality of the story was epic as Samanosuke finally faces off against Nobunaga!!! :D So yea, happy ending for everyone.....but they made a sequel...
Summary: Being a huge Onimusha fan, I was heartbroken that there was no other place I could get this game. I have Onimusha's 1, 2, and 4, but not the third one. Thanks to Amazon, I was finally able to get the 3rd one at long last. The game came in a day earlier than it was suppose to come so that was a plus for me. The game works perfectly. There are no scratches, the cutscenes run smoothly, and the game still plays very well. Thank you Amazon, this was well worth the money.
Summary: This is one of the best games made in this Onimusha series however it felt a bit to short on each characters parts on top of that it felt more like an action adventure unlike Onimusha: Warlords (Genma Onimusha for xbox users) where it had a horror setting which I think future titles in the franchise need especially less anime type characters which was part if the reason why I don't like Dawn of Dreams and I think this game may have inspired that idea into that one.
Summary: From beginning to end, the best installment of the Onimusha series. The opening cinematic was the best of any PS2 game. The story was awesome with the incorporation of the French Guy (don't have time to spell his name), the concept of weaving in and out of different stories, the new weapons, and the fairy girl with her magic jackets. The game is also a visual marvel that I can and have played over and over again.