Summary: I played this game a lot when the PSP first came out. And admittedly, it provided me with hours of enjoyment, and it seemed like a fresh take on the Dynasty Warriors gameplay -- albeit the fresh take, visually separating tactics from strategy, was implemented in part to address some of the...
Summary: This game isn't as fun as the console's but if you want to play dynasty warriors on the go than this is the best choice. Its ok but its got a different style of gameplay than the console versions.
Dynasty Warriors for PSP is not as good as console Dynasty Warriors.
David Ozimek, Amazon
2 August 2006
Summary: Simply put, this Dynasty Warriors game for the PSP is not as fun as the other games for the PS2 and the Xbox. It is just a little too different than the original. It is a good substitute when one can not play it, such as on the road, but not very good if the original can be played.
Summary: OF course, like all prevous dynasty warriors games, this one is addicting and fun. The only problem, which turns out to be a big one is that you can only do one thing in Mosou mode. I would not recommend buying this game unless you are a huge dynasty warriors fan.
Summary: I've play a different versions on both machine. The idea of the games are the same. However, the PSP version lack so much feature; it is not what I expected at all. All in all, this is still a fun game to play. As long as you don't expect it as a full copy of the PS2 game
Summary: What is a good way for a gaming developer to make a lot of money with minimal effort? Release its flagship title for a newly released console, of course! This is exactly what Koei did with Dynasty Warriors for the PSP.