Summary: I have spent yrs looking in my area for this game. i bought it used but the bottom of the disc looked brand new. the case was in great shape and even had the instructional manual. thanks for preserving a great Capcom game!
Summary: The game was INCREDIBLE! I absolutely loved the game; and that it shipped to my location faster than I had expected. Its condition was superb, it worked on my old worn out PS2 like it was brand new.
Summary: First Of All, let me say. this game was amazing! the best story line i've seen in a while. the fighting system was way better improved from the first one. although the english voice acting was cheesy it was still pretty good and it put the mood right for the atmosphere.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
30 July 2004
Summary: Way of the Samurai was a great fighting game with multiple endings based on your honor. Way of the Samurai 2 adds better graphics and more paths! You start by customizing your warrior - choosing a head, clothes, sword and ohter items.
Summary: if you like swords in any way, get this game. i've played the first one and i liked that one a lot but it lacked what the second game has now and thats why this game is so great. graphics are great and two of the things i like is that you can choose a differnt way to play it everytime so you never...
Summary: Of all the choices you need to make in Way of the Samurai 2, the easiest would undoubtedly be whether or not you should buy the game at all. And in case you haven't inferred by the rating I've given it, the answer is YES!
Supposed to be much better&longer than the origional...
14 June 2004
Summary: As an avid fan of WoS1, I can tell you that you'll either really really love the series(like me), or hate it deathly. While the first had many downfalls (I.E. almost no save system, game lasted only 2 hours, small world-if you could even call it that...
Excerpt: This is a game that perfectly suits for the late days of the samurais and the control of the shogunate over the magistrates and civilians. The story begins as a lonely samurai arrives in Amahara.
Summary: You are a samurai who arives in a small town. That's it- that's the only part of the game that you HAVE to follow. The rest is completely open-ended. You're completely free to do whatever you want through the entire game, with options of what to say, to whom, and you can attack ANYONE if you want...