Summary: dynasty warriros for PSP is basically like all the other games in the series, you run around, you kill, you win, but there are small details and points that differ Pros: portable, save function, you can choose where to go, 42 charachters, officers give you power, charachters' weapons evolve when the player kills enough enemies, charachters' amounts of combo hits increase as they level up Cons: occasional slowdown, no multiplayer, extremly awkward camera at some points,...
Summary: As you all know, Japanese version of the hardware and this software are already released months ago. As an owner of Japanese version, let me give you brief review. First, game is quite different from previous series. Graphics and motions of character shows that the game is based on Dynasty Warriors 4 (or Shin Sangoku Musou 3). However, gameplay is somewhat like turn-by-turn system, which means that you won't play actions all the way through.
Excerpt: Difficulty: Very Easy. Learning Curve: Around 10 minutes. Dynasty Warriors for the PSP, based on the same engine used for Dynasty Warriors 4. Created by KOEI, when going through their 'handheld' phase, which all game companies come to at some point, they decided to make a strategy grid based system for the repetitive yet entertaining Dynasty Warriors game play.
Excerpt: About 4 or so years ago now I was round a friend's house and we were playing loads of PS2 games and having loads of fun. He then suggested we play this game called Dynasty Warriors - one that I had never heard of or seen, so I just agreed and had absolutely no idea what I was about to be playing.
Summary: I like many others am a big fan of the dynasty warriors games and was slighty dissapointed with the non full version of the game. In this You get your acts yellow turban chi bi etc. but their is these wee "mini stage" thingys which you have to do which annoy me as they last like a min and most of the generals are in diffrent bits which you kind of need to work your way to and sometimes its a hassle to go get a general if he is at the oppisite stage from you.
Excerpt: If you're not familiar with 'hack and slash' games then you're in for a treat. You're a godlike warrior from the Three Kingdoms Epic. You lead your soldiers into battle and hack and slash your way through your enemies until you meet their bosses. Let's start with The Romance of the Three Kingdoms. This is popular Chinese novel written about 600 years ago. It tells of the epic of the Han Dynasty in the 2nd and 3rd Century.
Pros: Great for a way to relax or pass the time
Cons: Can get repetitive, some stutters with graphics