Summary: This product was in great condition and my son is enjoying playing it very much. It came very fast through the Postal System. I am aslo having fun with it and will continue to buy from this seller.
Summary: you now all shinobi's out ther one thing about this game is that on the case ot looks appealing but then when you play the game it's like some kind of first-person shhooter only with a sword also, the graphics suck and poeple if you want an actual samurai game that kicks butt then get.
Summary: This game doesn't know what it wants to be when it grows up. It starts out as an on-rails hack-n-slasher, eventually allows you do choose your on-rails directions, and then throws in some freedom in movement levels, all the while severely restricting the areas you can access.
Summary: Though the Samurai Warriors games have never been particularly sophisticated, they've always been straightforward fun slashing games with some unique storylines and fun twists. For the Wii version they updated the fighting for use with the remote and nunchuck, but took away freedom of movement and...
Summary: Don't waste a dime on this!!! Not very realistic and you don't even you the remote to slash. You point and the enemy with the remote and then press a button to cut them...WHAT A WASTE OF WII TECHNOLOGY!!! Wait for RED STEEL 2! :)
Summary: Lots of people say that this game is horrible and stuff... But don't listen to them. At the core of this game you find a loveable on-th-rails hack n' slasher. True that there are lots of problems with this game, but everything else makes up for them.
Summary: Like all Samurai/ Dynasty Warrior games I wasn't expecting anything less than brainless fun. The only good thing about this game is using the Wii controller and nunchuck to hack and slash your way through.