Summary: My first Dynasty feel game aside from Devil Kings , its fun and game play feels smooth and button smasher which is a good thing sometimes and this is one of those time . There is so many characters to choose from , they all look great and are fun to play with . for my first Dynasty game its fun and I got it at an amazing price as well .
Summary: This game is one of my favorite PSP games ever. It seems like this game never gets old. Everything about it is great. It is easy to learn, easy to play, and seems to never end. The difficulty is perfect. Easy, which is easy, all the way to chaos, which provides a good challenge. With the 70+ characters, there is always someone to level up and unlock new weapons for. There are also plenty of other items to unlock and skills to level up throughout the game.
Summary: I had play this game long time ago but finally I wanna own it. It is great that you can change characters when one of your character is low and also you can select different levels for different chapters.
Summary: It is an awesome game. Once you start playing you just want to continue. I really loved it. Its a cool video game to play and I recommend you all if you like fighting games you sure will like this one hardcore.
A lot of fun, kills a 5 hour plane flight really fast
D. Bowman, Amazon
12 May 2009
Summary: I never seem to have enough time to unlock as many characters as I want on the home console versions of these games. By the time I get around to unlocking half of them, a new version comes out. Now I can unlock the fighters when I have a lot of spare time, on the plane. I didn't consider the previous PSP versions of these games because I always had the console version. As mentioned in the review above, if you love the other "Warrior" games, you will love this as well.
Summary: The Good: Lots of characters on screen, Musou attacks look cool The Bad: Bad everything else I thought that maybe Orochi would be alright on the PSP, but boy was I wrong. I've never played any of the Dynasty Warrior games but I know what they are about and like. Orochi has poor graphics, a sloppy button mashing combat system, lame voice acting, lame story. Even though you can switch between 3 different characters it really doesn't make much of a difference.
Summary: Game review sites seem to bash the Dynasty/Samurai Warriors series pretty hard. It's true that the developers add a few improvements to the same old formula when they release a new version. But the improvements do make a difference, and I really like the the basic gameplay formula, so seeing it again is a good thing.
Summary: This game is impressive. Its a 3-d beat 'em up game with ancient military settings. Based on Chinese Romance of Three Kingdoms era/novel and Japanese warring state era. There are tons of characters to use, huge variety of weapons, and massive amount of people to chop. Instead of 1 fighter you get to use 3 switchable fighters. This game is 10 times better than Dynasty Warriors 2.
Summary: I know Some people hate long reviews so here is the short version. Overall 8/10.... Yeh, you have lots to do, great officer choice, and you cant find enough generic peons to ram all your weapons though, and this is a Samurai Warriors/Dynasty Warriors game so you know the massive armies you fight. The weapon upgrade system is put to use often and creates a reason to replay through Lu Bu's stages. Fire/Ice/Dark elements all on one weapon... i see possibilities....
Take the console game and cram it onto the PSP, changing very little. This is the definitive PSP Warriors game.
12 May 2009
Summary: THE SHORT: Unlike past PSP Warriors games, this is the real deal- no shrunken maps or different board-game style format. This is the same game as the PS2 and Xbox360 editions, just crammed onto the PSP with no glaring differences. Great fun to have on the go. Little to complain about unless you're just sick of the Dynasty Warriors formula, in which case you wouldn't like the console version anyway.