Reviews and Problems with Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce
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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce
1 May 2010
Conclusion: The Graphics are nothing special as usual but some Musou Effects are quite awsome. The only great frustration about the game is that KOEI still don`t bless us with japanese voice acting. I hope for a change in SW3 or DW7 I wouldn´t recommend this game for GS-Hunters but everyone who loves Dynasty Warriors should buy it for many hours of Hack&Slay&Grind fun
Summary: " Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce " may have been a PSP game to begin with, but don’t let this fool you- this is one of the best DW games in many years. Unfortunately, some design choices aren’t great, like the small levels and frequent loading, but the quest system, strikeforce teams and multiplayer are really worthwhile additions to the franchise, along with the crafting system, that is about as detailed as you normally get in a MMO.
Summary: I would call Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce a disappointment in the DW franchise, which may sound like an oxymoron, but I actually enjoyed Dynasty Warriors 6. This game however is probably one of, if not the worst, DW game on the 360 console. There was a reason it was made the way it was for the PSP. There is no reason it should play the same on the 360/PS3 as it does on a portable system. Mark this one up as another lackluster game from Omega Force and Koei Tecmo.
Pros: It does have some extras not found in the PSP version
Summary: As anyone who’s squandered their youth reviewing videogames will tell you, there are few things in life more predictable than Dynasty Warriors. Impossibly popular in their Japanese homeland – but sneered at just about everywhere else – Dynasty Warriors games always boil down to the same thing: weave your one-man army like a whirling dervish of death across sprawling battlefields populated by hundreds of enemies, brutally chopping everyone who stands in your way into...
Summary: One day I will realise that reviewing Dynasty Warriors games is bad for my health. One day I may get a Dynasty Warriors review code through my letterbox and not have to add playing it to a list of chores. One day I will realise that Dynasty Warriors games are barely ever any good. Until then, my naive self will keep reviewing them as my brain cells slowly die of boredom.
Pros: Fury attacks looks pretty, The Ancient Chinese history is quite interesting, The town hub adds nice RPG elements
Cons: The same as EVERY SINGLE ONE BEFORE IT!, Horrible pop-up and frame rate lags, Just not fun
Summary: Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce contains new features such as Awakenings (Or Shin Musou Kakusei in Japan) which is similar to an upgraded version of Musou Rage in Dynasty Warriors 5. The Awakening drastically affects the appearance of the character and increases their stats. Another new feature is the ability to equip a sub weapon which can be any weapon in the game, the player can also equip orbs and chi to customize and boost the characters.
Excerpt: Mit Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce können bis zu vier Freunde ihr taktisches Geschick in völlig neuen Onlineschlachten unter Beweis stellen. Im Team bereisen die Spieler verschiedene Städte im kaiserlichen China, um kolossale Endgegner zu besiegen, verschiedene Quests zu lösen und durch koordinierte Angriffe Festungen zu erobern.
Conclusion: Au final, on doit bien l'avouer, ce Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce se révèle décevant. Même s'il propose des bonnes nouveautés comme les villages notamment, le reste du titre et notamment tout son aspect visuel en rebuteront plus d'un. Par ailleurs, le fait de taper partout est au bout d'un moment très saoulant. On ne saurait donc trop vous conseiller de passer votre chemin ou alors de vous rabattre plutôt sur la version PSP bien suffisante...
Pros: Les villages offrant beaucoup de possibilités, Un mode online où l'on peut délirer à 4 maxi
Cons: Répétitif à mort, C'est pas beau !!!!!!!, Encore un épisode de plus, Ferait presque jeter sa console HD par la fenêtre à un geek...