Summary: With 120+ characters as well as video game and historic legends such as Ryu Hyabusa, Achilles, and Joan of Arc the game doesn't get boring. The storyline is simple but cool. There is a level up system that is pretty sweet, and there's a co-op mode where you can play with ppl local or online. There's no dub so everyone speaks japanese but there are subtitles so you always know what they are saying.
Summary: I've played the first two, and Dynasty Warriors before that, and so on and so forth. The second Warriors Orochi I was so addicted to that I felt lost when it was borrowed and never returned. This was released while I was looking into replacing my copy of WO2, and I'm not disappointed. It plays the same, has the same characters, but has a better storyline, even more characters, and some added bonus features that I haven't even played yet.
Summary: With graphics that are artistically beautiful and a cast of character like nothing from the other games this is a must for fans of the Warriors games. If you played Orochi 1 and 2, the story will make sense, but if your dont care about story and are just looking for a game that has the great Hack and slash that warriors has to offer as well as the game with the largest cast of character from both DW and SW games, then look no further.
Summary: This game is perfect. There are so many characters to choose from you can't ever get bored. I just can't stop playing it. My favorite characters are nō, lianshi, and guan suo. It has an interesting story line and many stages to play in.
Summary: If you like wall to wall non stop chaos with an occasional "how did I get here?" and "how the heck do I get THERE?!" - this is your game. Lot's of characters to choose from and many weapons to swing, throw, and spin. I have a problem with groups of enemies fading right before I fly into them, but they pop back soon enough; it doesn't bother me to much, I can live with it. Great fun.