Excerpt: Oftentimes, I find myself asking questions while playing a video game. No, they don't involve the meaning of life or something similarly significant. They're more along the lines of "What time is it now?" and "Should I take a break?
Excerpt: I’ve got a confession to make – in the last few days, I’ve slaughtered thousands of people. I don’t know their names, I don’t know if they had hopes, dreams, lovers or children. I killed them, in cold blood, just because I wanted to beat a 500-hit combo.
Conclusion: Warriors Orochi is a fun game if you're a fan of KOEI's other titles, but it sadly doesn't warrant a stellar rating. The graphics, voice acting, and story, all three of which are fairly bland and lackluster, just prevent this game from being anything more than a slice-and-dice game that shows its...
Conclusion: However, in many ways Orochi is simply preaching to the converted. Regardless of the faults and the lack of any type of technological or artistic progression, this is simply a game which will be loved and hated in equal measure.
Excerpt: In case the return of Dirty Den in Eastenders - or maybe Jason Vorhees for our overseas readers - didn't prove it, Warriors Orochi 2 shows that you just can't keep a good (or bad, however you want to look at it) villain down.
Summary: And that just about covers this entire game! I wish that there were more good things to say about this game, but there isn’t. Too bad, this game likely would’ve turned out a lot better than what the end product is had KOEI developed more for the 360 version.
Pros: PS2 games work on the Xbox 360!
Cons: Wait wait…how does this PS2 game work on my Xbox 360?
Summary: Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors will finally meet this fall in an unforgettable crossover event. In Warriors Orochi, the characters from both franchises must team up to wage war against a new, powerful force.