Summary: I've had this game for about 2 years and I still haven't unlocked everything despite putting more than a hundred hours into the game. Lots of unlockable content, characters, customizable weapons and character abilities. A must have for hack n slash fans. The only downside to this game is its lack of storyline. Highly addictive!
Summary: With 80+ characters, 99 levels of progress each, and 50 levels of proficiency, you'll find yourself playing this game for a very long time. The story modes are interesting, and it's nice to see familiar characters meet. Game play is fun and addictive, and you'll always want to go back to carry on training your warriors. The supposed slow-down issues with this game are nowhere near as bad as people make out, not even in 2p. Recommended.
Conclusion: Considering the limitations of using the older DW character models and an apparently unrefined game engine, along with reworked levels, and that it's a budget game, the developers couldn't wring much more out of this title.
Conclusion: This game is much better than any other Dynasty Warriors or Samurai Warriors and is a big improvement to Warriors Orochi 1. There is a much better storyline for Wu, Wei, Shu, Samurai and also a new storyline Orochi which shows Orochi on his conquest to conquer all and it also shows how he became Serpent King.
Summary: Hi every1. I don't even own this game yet to know that it ROCKs. This review is to counter all of those namby IGN reviewers who only throw scorn at the Koei Warriors franchise. Well shame on them. Orochi Warriors 1 didn't even pretend to be based in reality, it just provided us with thousands of them helpless and unsuspecting enemy fodder to hack and slash up to oblivion.
Summary: iv played all of the samurai warriors, and orochi games, and the warriors orochi games are just far better, the fighting style is a lot more fun and easier to play with, there are so many enemies you can kill and the commanders are actually more realistic (life bar wise) than in any of the other games...
Summary: Hammer da ich die koei Spiele Mag und einfach mein Genres ist Es ist gut und hat alles was man braucht zu den rucklern Die gab es schon auf ps2 und ps3 hat sie auch in orochi 3 Es ist trotzdem spielbar und orochi x bekommt man wenn man alle Traum Moduse hat das ist nicht leicht
Summary: Wer die Reihen Dynasty- / Samurai Warriors mag, wird dieses Spiel auch mögen. Es gibt einen ganzen Haufen Characktere aus den beiden Reihen und man hat eine relativ große Auswahl an Schlachten. Wie immer ist im Koop porblematisch, dass das Spiel in großen Schlachten mit vielen Gegnern nicht flüssig läuft und die Gegner teilweise aus dem nichts plötzlich direkt vor einem spawnen. Im Einzelspieler treten dies probleme (fast) nicht auf.