Summary: Asura's Wrath Part IV: Nirvana is, in my opinion, one of the greatest endings to any video game ever. It has many sad, ridiculous, and satisfying moments in it that perfectly tie together the world of Asura's Wrath and provide closure.
BURST !!!! wow i really like this game... hear me out
Pol "P", Amazon
2 February 2013
Summary: no spoilers in my review i just opened this up last monday my first impression due to review & demo was it was not my kind of game. It was more like an anime where once in a blue moon, you tap a button.... by tuesday i was like wow, i'm going to sell this asap.
Summary: You know what you're getting into when you buy this. If this premise sounds even remotely appealing to you, you MUST get this game. Insane action and awesome characters, it will blow your mind. The only reason it is not 5 stars is because of the need to purchase DLC to see the real ending.
Summary: Despite this game being designed with every no-no gaming reviewers condemn games over, its not that bad. I was execting to hate Asura's Wrath, but I actually liked it. I'm a sucker for a good story and pretty graphics and it has both.
Pros: Price. Has an inspired story. Most of the game is gorgeous. Uses familiar and talented voice actors.
Cons: QTEs galore. There are on-rails shooting bits ala primitive CD FMV games. The actiony beat-em-up bits vs normal enemies are annoying and repetitive. The action boss battles can be aggrivating. The TRUE ending is basically a commercial to buy the DLC (real ending sold seperately!)
Summary: Asura's Wrath sets itself apart by seismic animated cinematics and some stirring audio presentation. It's too bad that it fails to incorporate the player as it does the extraordinary presentation because Asura's Wrath is otherwise an extremely ambitious game with wonderfully constructed set pieces...
Summary: This game gives me mixed emotions. What I like about the game is the characters, the story & the gameplay. What I don't like about it is the prolonged chapters/bosses & the difficulty. The game isn't ALL about mashing buttons, but you'll be doing a whole hell of alot of it.
Summary: In all seriousness, a whole lot of people felt that the story wasn't well done. I felt that this isn't particularly true. I felt that the gameplay was simple enough anyone could get into it, there was plenty of chapters to play through, and the graphics were nice.
Summary: This game is wonderful. The story is awesome and the gameplay with all of the action and quick response moments make it very intense and exciting like a real anime. The one drawback is the lack of any form of replay ability. Nothing really to keep you on the game besides scoring higher in missions.