A lot of action, style, and story all packed into easily the best anime inspired game.
Max Harvey, Amazon
23 October 2013
Summary: Let me start of by saying that with all of the reviews that I had read/watched I was expecting something along the lines of Heavy Rain, or TellTale's The Walking dead in terms of gameplay. However that is not the case, while this isn't an action game such as Bayonetta, Devil May Cry, or even God of War (as in you do not unlock, and master long difficult combos) it is still quite the action game. The action is quick, fast flashy, and fun.
Summary: If you want something new and fresh in video games. Get it now! It's like you are playing a brutal anime from beginning to end. Trust me you won't want to stop. The story just sucks you in until you finish the game. The sense of scale is awesome.
Summary: Asura's wrath is a MASTERPIECE, one of those treasures you'd find every couple of years, you might not ever heard of this game I do not know WHY!!! of your planning on order it go for it, if you like mythology, extreme action, sci-fi, fights, incredible voice acting, and a whole new gaming experience, get Asura's wrath, period you are served. This is a top Campcom game and gives me a huge reason to love it more.
Summary: This is a weird game. The story line is cool and Asura kicks ass most of the time. Its divided up into five or ten minute pieces so you can allways save without losing progress. There are a lot of synchronizing moves to match the button on the screen which is difficult if your slow or don't have the controls memorized and I am guilty of both. Still fun to kill monsters and the self important Gods.
Summary: This game is fantastic. There are a lot of reviews about the content, so I wanted to focus on something that I particularly appreciate; It's written in short chapters. I played it straight through the first time, then went back to each of the chapters to get higher scores. The chapters are short enough that you don't end up having to memorize long strings of events, and they're packed with enough action to really keep you interested.