Reviews and Problems with Hakuoki: Warriors of the Shinsengumi
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don't expect an otome fighting game to be super great because it's not it's an OK game the ...
4 November 2015
Summary: Well, don't expect an otome fighting game to be super great because it's not it's an OK game the story is a little odd and the controls leave a lot to be desired but if you like Hakuoki it's worth playing if only once.
Summary: The "original" story they tagged on to it was rather meh. But what I did like about this game was seeing the first Hakuoki storyline through the eyes of the boys. It get you a different perspective. I do like the character art design for this game and want to eventually get the figures.
Summary: I liked Demon of the Fleeting Blossom and support Aksys. But this game is a total let down. Each level starts with some nonsense dialogue. Then the level starts and the enemy ronin come at you in an endlessly spawning wave.
Summary: I bought this game because I love Hakuoki. However, I was really disappointed when one of the story modes actually used clips from the anime and the other didn't have much of a plot. Even on hard mode the game was really easy compared to similar games like Samurai Warriors and such.
Summary: Amazing! Very fun game. Not as good as the original Hakuouki game, but still very nice. I really love that they have it so you can choose to play battles that happened in the first game. Came a bit earlier than expected, which is always great!
Summary: this game was obviously put together in less than a month in order to profit from the anime. I know that playing visual novels can be tiring and Hakuoki fans will most certainly buy this game because of that but it's not worth it.
Summary: This game would be prefect for huge fans that want to be the male characters in the Shinsengumi but the game gets boring... After the button pushing of the same moves and a story line that isn't very different from the other characters, I got extremely bored after a week of playing.
Summary: The game reminds me of Dynasty Warriors, but plays like a low budget game. The gameplay feels really slow and not all enemies can be displayed on the screen at once (given it is PSP). I subtracted one star because the game plays a little sluggish as I mentioned before.