Summary: The gameplay You play as the god asura, fighting the other gods that wronged him and his family. This game plays more like god of war with a temporary super mode to help you in combat. The game has more cutscenes then gameplay, making it more of a more story driven game.
Summary: i really enjoy this game but i kind of mad with capcom, the reason is this (i wont spoiler ok) you finish the game and you feel fine, its a good game (if you like naruto or dragon ball you will love it) but there are a DLC that is the story after you finish the game, a post chapter,...
Summary: Asura's Wrath likes to be extreme in every way, and I mean every way. Everything about this game will either thrill you or make you groan. First off, this is not so much a game as it is an interactive story. Most of your interaction is with quick time events during cutscenes.
Summary: A podcast I listen to brags this game up. They don't say it's great but interesting enough to give it a go. It's all quick time events and I new that going in. But I thought I would like it better than I did. I also know the main character is angry but I just find It annoying.
Summary: The game looks great. REALLY great. But you already know that, and you already know it's a essentially an interactive movie. I don't see any reviews on here yet though pointing out that the game is only 75% here. To get the final act you HAVE to buy DLC.
Excerpt: Azura's Wrath, made by Cyberconnect2 and Capcom, brings a different style to the genre of action and adventure games. Azura's Wrath is a button masher that offers an interactive and entertaining story mode.
Pros: Great art design, unique style and story format, entertaining and fun to play .
Cons: Azura's dialogue gets a little annoying, the game doesn't offer too many hours of story .
Summary: I was expecting a much more intense game after I'd played the demo and watched a few videos of it, but after a while the layout of the story (set out as missions that play intro/outro credits after each one), gets very boring very quickly. Such a shame as I had hoped this game would rock.
Summary: Asura's Wrath is a bit of a mess. It's a strange mishmash of "episodes" which play more like a highly melodramatic cartoon than a videogame. Ostensibly based on religious characters, I bet even the priests of said religion would have difficulty making them out.