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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
16 customer reviews
Metascore: 64 / 100
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  • Become one of history's greatest warriors and fight as a team to conquer heavilyarmed fortresses, infiltrate enemy strongholds and more.
  • New aerial combat! Fight in the air and on the ground! Enemies will make clever use of the terrain and space, and attack from nearly every direction.
  • New "Fury" transformations give characters even greater supernatural abilities and attacks, including lightning fast speed and the ability to fly.
  • Build and modify weapons using supplies gathered during battle. Equip your warrior with any weapon you create.
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Platform: PlayStation 3

With DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce up to four friends can join together online and experience Tactical Action combat in whole new way. As a team, players will travel to different cities throughout Imperial China to embark on quests, and use coordinated assaults to conquer heavily‐armed fortresses and colossal beasts. Up to four players can engage in cooperative and competitive battlefield action online! New quests plus downloadable add‐on content. Online play supports VS. and Co‐op play, as well as voice and text chat. Meng Huo joins the chaos as a new playable character. Access new officer cards for upgrades

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B00307S9N0
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.6 x 6.7 inches ; 4.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 16, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,563 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Tempting Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 6, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
It's overpriced.

Wait, before you lambaste me, let me explain. I played the PSP version extensively, hours and hours on end, got farther than I even remember getting. I didn't like it at first, thought it didn't have that Dynasty Warriors feel, and that KOEI or Tecmo was trying too hard to make the game difficult, thinking the increased challenge would improve the game's value. Sadly, that's the polar opposite thing to do if the game itself isn't fun. It's really not fun, until after you've had a chance to build up your character to some decent levels to where you can fight off enemies without dying at every turn, then the game turns it up a notch and you really can unleash some doom.

Those who have not played the game, skip to the very bottom. I've got something for you.

The PS3/360 versions of this game, despite what others might tell you, are 100% identical in gameplay to the PSP version. Meaning if you've played the PSP version, you already know what to expect on this version; from Bi Xie to Yellow Thunder to the Phoenix to the Yellow Turban battles...all are perfectly identical to the PSP version. That's both a good and a bad thing - it's good in that if you liked the PSP version you'll like the next gen versions if you can excuse the fact that the graphics are clearly PS2-ish. It's bad in that really, these versions of the games should be 30 bucks AT MOST. I can actually tell you the reason they cost more.

The PSP version supported multiplayer via adhoc, meaning if you and a couple of buddies all had PSPs in the same room, you could set up an adhoc network and go at it that way...think of it as a wireless System Link setup.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Adrian Jenkins on August 2, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Lots of people have talked about the online and multiplayer aspect of this game. I'm not going to be one of them.

I bought this game pretty much when it was released, but got frustrated early on because of some insane difficulty. I didn't really want to play online, but wow, was it tough. Now, months later, I have rediscovered the game. And you know what? This is probably the most original DW title to date, with tons of good ideas, some of which aren't properly implemented.

First off:

The Good:

1) The giant bosses are great. Seriously, when siege weapons were introduced in DW4, this should have been the focus. It is a blast fighting through Yellow Thunder, or Bi Xie, or Tian Lu, etc. etc. In single player, you really have to work, but it's very satisfying to take down multiple generals and a giant statue breathing fire and thunder at you.

2) I love the fighting in the air. With the new "fury" state, you can really fly to new heights. Of course, the bosses can do the same, and it opens one of the biggest problems in the game, but the idea is sound.

3) The hack-and-slash action is as good as ever. The peons can fight now, so you'll have to mind yourself around them. The new enemies (such as tigers, arbalest cannons, and wall-mounted lasers) add to the enjoyment.

The Bad:

1) The weapons are way too unbalanced for a solo player. Sure, I love using Xiahou Dun's cudgel, but when it's crunch time, there's really only one choice: the bow. Nothing else really compares, as it offers a ranged, guided attack, allowing you to snipe from afar without getting into too much danger. The one negative is that the bow requires the lock-on function, which is just a nightmare, as I'll explain below.
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I might not qualify for an experienced gamer, but I wouldn't say I am a total novice either. I am a big fan of the DW series, and I played through pretty much the entire DW6 and just adored it. This one, however, has a very different combat and weapon system. It is not bad, and air combat is interesting, but it would be much better if they didn't make it so goddamn difficult! As of now, I am on easy and still stuck at the end of Shu chapter one. The yellow thunders just make me want to tear my hair out, god. Or at least, can't they set a "beginner" difficulty level like they did for DW5, and just let the more casual gamers move through without wanting to kill themselves?

I know a lot of people, myself included, play the DW series not really for hard-core actions, but more for the characters and the story. The source materials of the DW series are as popular and timeless in Asia as wizards and magic are in the West. So really, I just want to be able to move through this game, enjoy the story, see the pretty people and mythical beasts, build a couple awesome weapons, and that's about it. Dying at every turn really just goes contrary to what I want out of this game. So if you are one of those casual gamers who really won't spend forever on play games, this might not be your things. Now my hope is DW7 will have a more moderately set difficulty level and I can enjoy that story properly, tears.

Which is why I think I am going to go off and find some cheats now.
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By C.H. on February 20, 2015
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Does not belong in the dynasty warriors collection, the levels are short boring and redundant, the character building is long and boring, ive played for 3 hrs. And close to throwing out, ive played every dynasty and samurai warriors game out there, they r usually worth the money even though they never change much. This one shouldve been a dollar not even close to previous games. Sorry if your a dynasty warriors fan skip this one
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