Stale Review: Samurai Warriors: State of War

If you expect that the high-ballistic action packed war epic Samurai Warriors: State of War will take a unanimous lead as a highly preferred game over other war games form KOEI, you might want to reconsider your building anticipation. There is just a slight improvement to fit to your PSP but first impression can not deny the obvious resemblance with other KOEI historical hack and slash games.

I do not know if the 19 playable characters, new story line and the challenging multiplayer capability would pull a considerable hit in the market. And if you enjoy hacking and whacking and wish to become an invincible Warlord in the fuedal Japan, there’s an exciting devastating combo-attack that can make your wish come true. But we can get a hint from reviews that State of Wars failed to get a generous appraisal, such as Gamespot observation of its bland gameplay; WorthPlaying remarks of its under-decorated backgrounds, and Gamebrink’s comment that it is an attempt to improve the disappointing performance of Dynasty Warrior in PSP. Well, you might want to rest your armors now.

If you expect that the high-ballistic action packed war epic Samurai Warriors: State of War will take a unanimous lead as a highly preferred game over other war games form KOEI, you might want to reconsider your building anticipation. There is just a slight improvement to fit to your PSP but first impression can not deny the obvious resemblance with other KOEI historical hack and slash games.

I do not know if the 19 playable characters, new story line and the challenging multiplayer capability would pull a considerable hit in the market. And if you enjoy hacking and whacking and wish to become an invincible Warlord in the fuedal Japan, there’s an exciting devastating combo-attack that can make your wish come true. But we can get a hint from reviews that State of Wars failed to get a generous appraisal, such as Gamespot observation of its bland gameplay; WorthPlaying remarks of its under-decorated backgrounds, and Gamebrink’s comment that it is an attempt to improve the disappointing performance of Dynasty Warrior in PSP. Well, you might want to rest your armors now.

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