Excerpt: Some games can survive feeling about 10 years out of date. Way of the Samurai 3 kind of, almost, maybe pulls it off. Sometimes. You see, the game looks and plays almost identically to its awkward PS2 predecessor, but if you can see your way to sticking with it, there’s a lot to like.
Excerpt: The Kondor Corporation is seeking new resources in the depths of space and planet Pythar is seemingly rich in energy. An early landing picks up alien life. Life which is aggressive after Kondor warriors stomp on it with their mech armour. So war it is with Pythars indigenous life form, the Mytran’s.
Conclusion: There is a LOT I have left out, that is how open ended this game is. I don't believe I've come close to scratching the surface. I feel though that the game ignores no brainer standards and in doing so drags a fantastic and original game chock full of potential down into mediocrity, and inevitably,...
Conclusion: A victim of its own hyperbole, Way of the Samurai 3 is a missed opportunity that fails to make feudal Japan even the least bit interesting or worth exploring. A controversial score for a game that no doubt has its avid fan-base chomping at the bit, we recommend that everyone else save their money,...
Excerpt: The console celebrated its 10th year of availability last November. Play old disc based and digital games you own on your Xbox One, no extra payment required. News of the update emerged after yesterday's Halo 5: Guardians launch.
Excerpt: Way of the Samurai has had an interesting history in the United States, but through its low-key releases and near misses to the North American market, the series ultimately has quite the cult following.
Excerpt: Way of the Samurai is a fantastic idea. Instead of leveling up a character by trawling through dungeons, why not work your way through a flexible short story, doing it a few times over to see how it can play out differently?