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 constraints of the portable platform.
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. You go into these things called liberation battles, and just travel around a map going to liberation battles, taking over a area, until you occupy the whole thing than you just go onto the next big map and do it again.
Dynasty Warriors for PSP is not as good as console Dynasty Warriors.
David Ozimek "ozamech", Amazon
8 December 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. The originals are always better.
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: 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. Having established a great following with previous instalments on other consoles, the popular hack-and-slash game now finds itself among the launch titles for Sony's new generation handheld console.
Summary: Dynasty warriors is fun. Dynasty warriors is addictive. Dynasty Warriors is pretty. But Dynasty Warriors is not a great game. I found it to be extremely repetitive, frustrating and diificult at times. However, fans will still enjoy this installment, and newcomers will find an ok time-waster in DW.
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.