Conclusion: Presentation: 80/100 The story is about Sergeant Kellar being interrogated by an unknown interrogator about a terrorist organization called "Seventh Wave." While the story isn't exactly complex (Considering that the story was an afterthought in development), the game makes it up with slick menu...
Pros: + Painstaking attention to detail on the graphics
Cons: - The AI isn't exactly the sharpest tools in the shed
WGWC: Addictive Strategy can't save this Dynasty from Falling
Orochisama LEVON, Spectre, Game Informer
23 October 2011
Summary: I remember the last Dynasty Warriors installment I played before this. Oddly enough, I can't remember which installment it was, most likely due to the forgettable gameplay. So, when I finally played this game recently - which I'd originally used to collect dust samples - I didn't quite know what to...
Summary: Ultimately more of the same Dynasty Warriors gameplay, but there are new strategic elements in territory expansion and mid-battle base management here, which really help this game out. More button-mashing combat with a very welcome touch of strategy and base management.
Summary: Pros: - Lots of content in Empire Mode. - New variety of strategic elements. - Interesting to improve and level up character. Cons: - Combat like previous series, is repetitive. - Ugly visuals, coupled with poor voice acting and sound effects.
Summary: This empire game is slightly different from the dynasty warrior game. You can either play as a ruler or officer. Mini quests are available to earn your upgrades ie horses, skills or weapons. Unite the whole China by achieving the quest objectives.