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Dynasty Warriors DS: Fighters Battle

by Koei
Platform : Nintendo DS
4 customer reviews

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  • Play as one of 3 new fighters, Phoenix, Dragon, or Chimera, then team up with some of your favorite Dynasty Warriors to conquer China
  • 12 unique stages set in Ancient China - Watch out for traps - even fight on the deck of a rocking ship
  • Collect cards, build your Battle Deck, and find the most powerful combination -- 120 cards in all!
  • Build your deck in single player mode and use it in wireless multiplayer battles
  • Distract your opponents with the new Obstacle Roulette system
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Dynasty Warriors: Fighter's Battle challenges you to team up with the greatest fighters in the Dynasty Warriors series. Use your tactics and commander cards to fight through 12 stages and conquer territory. With your awesome Musou attack you have the power to stop the hordes of enemy soldiers ready to strike. Unite all of China and victory will be yours! Wireless Vs. mode for up to 3 players Game controls and visual design created expressly for Nintendo DS

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 4.5 x 0.6 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 24, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,734 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Wander VINE VOICE on August 8, 2007
Dynasty Warriors is an odd franchise. On one hand, it never really changes up its formula or anything like that. But on the other, its usually been a pretty fun hack and slash game. At least the console versions have been. In the handheld department, Dynasty Warriors hasn't been all that exciting, and the DS version of it is really no different.

It took a while to get here, but it's finally here: Dynasty Warriors Fighter Battles. Problem is, it's really nothing special. There's not much of a storyline here (as if Dynasty Warriors focus was storyline anyway) and you only get to choose between three characters. There's a character who wields an axe, a character who wields a sword and one who wields a spear. So there's no big array of characters to choose from like the console version. Certainly the gameplay has to be fun, right? Well, it was on its way there, but there are just some things that really mess it up.

In each mission you and your enemy have bases. Your job is to go to each base and take out the soldiers there. You'll then move from one base to another in an attempt to get to your enemies main camp. All the while, your enemy is doing the same thing, taking out your bases. You'll get a chance to select officers to put in each base, but in the end you know you'll be doing all the work. Your enemies keep on the prowl, and so will you. You'll get messages telling you when an officer has been defeated, when they defeat an officer so on and so forth. If you should run into the enemy captain, however, you'll both duel in a one on one match. The loser of the duel is then whisked away to a different location on the map.

It sounds like its fun, but the gameplay suffers.
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By Amazon Customer on November 28, 2015
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fun but really repetitive....not as fun as the GBA version....which is a disappointment
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tile Fort Brother on January 25, 2009
The game is great but it would be alot better if they added more charachters and a longer story line and also explain in an intro why are they fighting and what for. Make the enemys a little harder, I beat them too easily and I hardly trained, I just went straight to playing the game.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Xueqin on January 1, 2008
In the Tactical Action game, DYNASTY WARRIORS DS: FIGHTER'S BATTLE, players must reunite a divided nation, but this is a challenge they will not face alone. Its the first of probably a sequence of games based on converting PS2 Dynasty warriors to DS, so there's obviously going to be room for improvement.

In the game, players will take the role of one of three new characters, each with its own special attribute: the Phoenix (key attribute: balance), the Dragon (key attribute: speed), and the Chimera (key attribute: power). Using a "Battle Deck" of cards, players will select up to seven of the original Dynasty Warriors to serve as officers who will defend their bases. Thus there's certainly some changes from the original, adding to the the mobile fun.

A new "Obstacle Roulette System" lets players unleash tactics or spells using cards from the players' Battle Deck. These Obstacle attacks can disrupt an opponent's progress and are crucial to victory, especially in the game's wireless Vs. mode, which is essentially what gives this more stars than it would otherwise deserve.

Overall, it really is great fun to play mobile and head to head, so if you are a die hard fan of the DW series - this is a must. If your kids demand this game and you prefer them to do something more constructive, try getting them the actual novel that the game is based on - China's most famous Romance of Three Kingdoms - the old version from the Beijing Foreign Language Press, or the new version from DW Three Kingdoms.

Otherwise tell them to just stick to playing their DW on the PS2.
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