Summary: Samurai versus a bunch of cowboys. What could possibly go wrong with that combination. Not much actually since the game is quite fun. It is challenging and there are a lot of unlockable weapons, accessories, and characters. Definitely worth checking out.
Summary: This is an ok game.But do not get it if you don't like button mashing. It has an ok storyline and tons of unlockables. But the one thing that kinda sucks about thiwsw game is that there is only one attack button which makes it basically a button masher. The only thing that is making this game from being a horrible button masher is the many unlockable sword stances. the overall storyline of the game is pretty long.
Summary: i have never played a samurai game with better gameplay. The story was whatever, but the gold is in the gameplay. Terrific combos, fast-paced, and a great limit ability. All it needed was to be less linear, like a combination between this and the way of the samurai.
Summary: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to watching an old corney western movie (they are all the same, aren't they?) and have a samurai come out of nowhere and start hacking off arms, legs and other various body parts? Honestly, neither had I until I picked up this game. I am not a fan of westerns, but this definitely makes them fun. This game is just crazy though. Everything is made to be wierd and out of place, but that makes it all the better.
Summary: Pros: - Collection of swords and therefore sword techniques creates potential for fun. - Old Western grainy film mode is a nice touch. - Telephoto shots used in cutscenes is classic of Westerns. - Fun to hack and slash as quickly as possible when your Master Gauge is full- reminds me of Tate in Shinobi.