Summary: Excellent spin on the DW franchise. Not much to it, but there doesn't need to be. Collect stuff, upgrade the tons of weapons, improve your character and complete challenges. Each kingdom takes awhile if you bother to get all the stuff, so this should prove a good time-waster. The transformations are cool, but the game can get difficult at times, which is an entirely good thing.
Fun, Play in short strides, can get boring and repetitive at times
7 November 2011
Summary: This game, i love dynasty warriors, and i welcomed this new take on the series, and dont get me wrong, its amazing in all the classic DW fashion. But. the battlefields arent just vast, their segmented like the maps are in zelda. the crafting system is amazing, and to be honest it really is an amazing game for any DW fan out there, its just DW on a smaller scale, like the samurai warriors games from the PSP.
An interesting Dynasty Warrior game. I really ejoy it.!
25 September 2011
Summary: I gave this game a high rating. Of course this is only applicable if you enjoy the DW series and game play. The creators of this title have done a nice job of adding a fresh twist to the tried and true (repetitious) style of game play, that you will either hate or love. There is and interesting leveling system and the potential for many hours of replay value. The idea is to accept missions located on a bulletin board in your village.
Summary: If you have played Dynasty Warriors over the years you would've thought this one was no different. Same characters with different (Cool weapons), different environment, and same game play that I loved for years. When I got this one I was excited but I thought that they were going to keep to the rules but upgrade it somehow. It was a major disappointment. First off when I was trying to fight, there was no combination like in the others.