Reviews and Problems with Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes
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15 January 2013
Summary: Arrived on time and was in new condition just was promised. The game is super fun, if you like beating thousands of people up at a time. Character stories are fun, and I had no problem playing it.
Summary: My exboyfriend suggested this game when we were dating and I just loved it. I am mostly drawn to the graphics and the actions by the characters. Story lines can be silly. Overall it's a great stress relief game for the price.
Summary: this game is fun and blast with friends for people who havent played the other games will have some trouble with the story so wiki it if need be but by all means buy tis game just one thing if your a fan buying this game you will feel a little cheated becuase of the draw back of not getting to play everyone
Summary: This game plays in a similar fashion to games like Devil May Cry and Dynasty Warriors. I personally find most of those games to be a bit repetitive. I later watched the anime Sengoku Basara Samurai Kings a kind of prequel to the game which in turn got me so into it I had to get the game and I even got it for both the Wii and the PS3. GAMEPLAY: This is not only the most important part but the best part of this game.
Summary: The game is really fun...the graphics engine is being done on Capcom's MT Framework Lite...a toned down version of Capcom's MT Framework that runs RE5, Lost Planet, and DMC3. The only downside like many Wii games are it's 480P resolution compared to the PS3's version of 1080P. But other than that the game pretty much are almost the same according to many ppl who had played the PS3 version. This is a nice addition to anyones Wii library especially if you liked the anime.
Summary: first and for most let me say that I am a huge fan of sengoku basara! My intrest began when I first played devil kings which is basicly a prequel to this game. I must say that normaly a hack and slash beat em up game normaly is not my style. but sengoku basara has such a large cast of badass characters each with diffrent personalitys and story. I beleave the strong chracter traits and story really define this game.
Summary: Great game to play, excellent service from the seller. With all the different characters, storylines, customisation options and animation, I couldn't possibly get bored of playing! Multiplayer split screen is also great, allowing 2 people to play without having to be stuck to each other in fear of player 2 disappearing from the screen. Thoroughly recommended!
Summary: Fans of Samurai Warriors might be familiar with the characters Ieyasu Tokugawa and Mitsunari Ishida. These two are the central characters in Capcom's Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes. The game set during Japan's Warring States period is particularly concerned with the conflict between the Eastern Army and the Western Army which began shortly after the death of the second of the three unifiers Hideyoshi Toyotomi.
Summary: Sengoku basara: samurai heroes is a brilliant, comical, exciting little history lesson, based on the Sekigahara battle. It doesn't feel like it though, your too busy finding ace attack moves, building up combos and beating all the opposing forces. The graphics is very good, with backgrounds including high detail, characters very detailed and the game itself when you play it runs very smoothly.
Summary: I really enjoy the dynasty and samurai warrior games despite their repetiveness and generally shallow nature. This game, however is just plain fun. Each of the 16 characters is unique enough to distinguish them from the next with different controls and moves that make it a very deep and stylish experience. If you have any interest in playing the 'one hero defeating hundreds' type of game, this is, in my opinion the pinicle of the genre.