Summary: I originally missed out on the PS2 version when it first came out. However, despite having finished both the PSP and Xbox versions, I still decided to get this one. It's still fun after all this time. Get this game if you like any of the other 'Warrior' games. You won't regret it.
Summary: I like this game more than the first one they made it feel more like it's supposed to be it's own story and like it's a direct sequel unlike DW games or SW games where it the same game with better graphics and more characters. This one takes you to the events after the first game (I wish they would continue with a third installment with and empires and extreme legends expansion) and show the revival of Orochi which is cool and all but here are some problems I find with...
Summary: it was so much fun to play just like the first one. the only thing that i dont like is that they dont really have much music from the dynasty warriors games or even many of the game maps from there either..other than that.
Summary: Warriors of orochi 2 makes you stand up and take notice on how games "used" to be made. While its' graphics will not blow you away, the sheer amount of unlockable characters, upgradable weapons, and hidden treasures is mind boggling. I'm not kidding, you get a lot of bang for your buck! Here in the West geeks such as myself used to get excited about epic comic book cross overs.
Summary: If you are a fan of any of the dynasty warriors or samurai warriors games then this is easily a must have. It features a hellatious number of playable characters from both series as well as some new ones. A crazy plot twist throws a seemingly peiceful land back into chaos and you are on the front lines of some of the biggest battles that koei has ever created. Its an ansolutely amazing game.
Summary: This game definitely lives up to the Dynasty/Samurai warriors names. This game is so much fun, the music and battlegrounds are breathtakingly beautiful. The storyline is fantastic, definitely a game for someone who is a fan of Samurai Warriors and/or Dynasty Warriors!
Summary: Like many others, I don't have a PS3 or an Xbox360. This limits what new Dynasty Warrior games are available to me. I had a choice between DW6 or WO2. I think I made the correct decision, but I think some of the older DW games were better overall. The advantage of this game is that it includes characters from both the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors games, as well as characters created either for this series, or new characters for this game.
Summary: If you are a Dynasty Warriors and/or Samurai Warriors fan, BUY THIS GAME! Every character from DW5/DW5XL and SW2/SW2XL, plus several new characters, makes for a roster of 91 playable characters! Not only that, but you create teams of 3 for battles, so you can change characters at will. The music is one of the best things about the game (but maybe thats just me, I like the fast energetic techno beats they put in).
Summary: I started playing the Samurai Warriors series about 4 years back, I bought the first one off of a used rack at a store because I thought it looked cool, I have been a fan ever since. Warriors Orochi 2 is a incredible game, the character selection is fantastic, the combat is sweet and full of action, the controls are smooth (although they are a little bit clunky when you first start out with a new character, but once you get used to them, they are great), the combat...
Summary: Really this game is the same as most warriors games, but it's dynamically different in a few key aspects. It's got enough of the same to draw the old warriors crowd, but enough of the new to allow for new types of gameplay and much replayability.