Summary: Onimusha Warlords is a decent hack n slash type of game,with some rpg elements to it.Even though this is an older game,the graphics are actually pretty good.The characters are cool and so is the setting along with the music.They all fit in perfectly for a game like this.The monsters look pretty cool too.My only little gripe with the game,is the controls.The controls can be a bit sluggish at times,and not being able to use the analog stick,just the d-pad makes it a little...
Summary: Onimusha features a decent story with amazing combat thrown in. The graphics are great for it's time, especially the CG scenes and the controls are responsive. The game uses the tank control system of past RE games which might take some getting used to and there is no analog functionality what so ever. The weapons and the quick paced combat is more than enough to satisfy though. Overall great game.
Summary: This game does have a awesome storyline and good gameplay, but 2 things made me mad, one: you don't move with the analog stick. two: You don't play with the Transformed Samanosuke after you beat the game. The game has a variety of weapons such as the swords and Bow with regular and fire arrows. The game does give you scares from time to time and it has good graphics for a game that came out in 2001.
Summary: This is a fun game that lets you play as a samurai (Samanosuke Akechi) and a ninja (Kaede) battling demons in feudal Japan. The premise alone is enough to draw in any lover of anime or beat-em up game fans. The game's story is straightforward, but keeps you interested with its endearing main characters and hideous villains (some of the dialogue can be cheesy at times, but one normally expects such a thing from a Capcom game).
Summary: "Onimusha: Warlords" must've blown people away back in 2001, but time has reared its ugly face on this first entry in a series that has spawned 3 sequels and 1 spinoff fighting game. In many ways, this action title reminds me of "ICO" --- throughly engaging and never dull, but it's over before you know it. The gameplay is actually very easy to describe if you've played any of the "Resident Evil" games (besides "RE 4").
Summary: I just started this game last night for the first time. I am enjoying it a good deal. :) Graphics: Great! Controls: Good, but my only huge complaint is that I really wish that you could use the joy stick. :/ Camera: Same as Resident evil games, which is fine but, I kind of wish I had a little control. Combat: Terrific! I love the lock on button. Makes fighting multiple enemies easy and smooth. Story: Yep! :) Dubbing: Terrible and laughable!!
Summary: I'm not a big fan of the archaic Resident Evil controls and gameplay, but Onimusha manages to utilize the control scheme for a faster paced action game with some adventure and puzzle elements. It's very satisfying, and if you can find it for the right price, it is certainly worth it. Some may complain about the length, so I don't recommend spending more than 10 dollars on the game.
Summary: when you had one of those hard days at work this the kind of game you come home too and just relieve stress,i know the puzzles sucks , but the game play is awesome yeaaaah!!! what can i say the graphics is beautiful and i will not comment on the character bad lip sync hey!!!!!!! i don't care , this game is fun violence plain and simple and i like that, sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and some of the boss characters are great all in all this deserve a 4 stars laterzzzzzz...........
Summary: When I saw this, it looked like a Resident Evil-type game, only instead of zombies, there's demons and instead of guns, you use swords. I picked this up the other day and now I'm ready to give you, my loyal fans(if I have any), my opinion of Onimusha:Warlords. Now to start off, the graphics are a thing of beauty, even if the game's about 2 or 3 years old.
Summary: That's it exactly it this is Capcom. If you have played Resident Evil then you already know the style of game play. If you don't like Resident Evil then stay away from this one. I enjoyed playing through this one.