Summary: I was hoping the game was going to be a little more different than what it actually was. It was fun the first few hours but then I lost interest. I only played long enough to max out Oichi then got entirely bored of the game and quit playing.
Summary: Japanese version of Dynasty Warrior. Just with Japanese heroes and battle locations. Just as fun and addicted. But if you are looking for something new or exciting then you gotta remind yourself, "Ok, this is Dynasty Warriors. I kill hordes of people and am an 'one man army". As long as you remember that, then you'll enjoy the game. Otherwise don't buy this game cause its pretty much an updated Dynasty Warrior game.
M. Beal "book jaime, m. did not make up wheelage", Amazon
23 December 2009
Summary: To be honest, I bought this and I never played the Earth Defense Force 2011 or whatever it is. It just seemed way too... generic. Samurai Warriors 2 on the other hand... GREAT GREAT GREAT! I think each game came out to $10 but like I said, Samurai Warriors 2 GREAT GREAT GREAT!
Summary: I borrowed this game from a friend. The game play is pretty basic and simple -- just run around and beat up on bad guys by the hundreds. What prompted me to buy my own copy was my kids. My two boys (9 and 7) can't get enough of this. It's good simple fun for them.
If you're even considering it, that means you'll probably dig it
Joshua Whittington, Amazon
9 February 2007
Summary: By that title, I mean that if you haven't already played Warriors to death by now, if you even think you might want more, then you won't be disappointed with this game, because it is the best Warriors title to date. And if you've never played Warriors before but want to try the series out (or even if you tried and didn't like DW5:Empires), the gameplay and presentation aren't exactly next-gen, but can still suck you in just as well as it could when the series began.
Summary: Don't let the "2" at the end of this title fool you. It's basically an upgrade to the first Samurai Warriors. It features most (if not all) the same basic elements and hardly improves over the first one at all. Once again Koei has given us a basic hack and slash game. As if the slew of Dynasty Warriors games wasn't enough. Samurai Warriors isn't really all that different than any of Koei's other hack and slash games.