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Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes - Playstation 3
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The producer of Devil May CryTM 4, Hiroyuki Kobayashi, brings you the newest installment to the BASARA series, Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes, on the PlayStation®3 and Wii. A fun, action-packed and accessible title set during a tumultuous period of Japanese history, Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes follows players as they fight their way to the dramatic battle of Sekigahara. Players will take control of more than a dozen samurai heroes, each wielding their own unique weapon, in huge battles against hundreds of opponents that grow ever more challenging. On their journey to the final battle, players will learn how to unleash spectacular BASARA Arts and utilize Hero Time to wipe out as many enemies as possible.
Victory in battle will not only deliver new territories but the natural resources of that region, which can be used to create various accessories that make heroes and their weapons more powerful. Each unique playable character is aided by a supporting general who makes it easier to lead the player’s army. Players will see the battle from the perspective of each hero with the ultimate goal of re-writing history to rule all of 16th century Japan.
In the dynamic new “Heroes’ Story” mode player’s decisions impact history. Based on choices made by the player, friends become enemies and enemies become friends, creating a whole new history. This new strategic element to the game forces players to fight for control of the battlefield and ultimately for the fate of the nation.
In Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes it’s not just samurai heroes you will compete with on the battlefield. Each enemy has other means of attacking, including some gigantic weapons such as The Rising Sun machine, Motochika’s latest devastating weapon that crushes everything in its path and the Death Carriage which uses its blazing fast maneuverability and fire launcher to bring enemies crashing down.
and special abilties
- Fight your way through hundreds of enemies across many exciting battlefields using cool combos and over-the-top special moves until all heroes have gathered at the decisive battle of Sekigahara.
- Features more than a dozen playable samurai heroes, each with their own unique battle styles.
- Upgradeable weapons allow players to improve or add special abilities.
- Battle against Gigantic enemy weapons such as The Rising Sun, Tiger, Drillatron and Death Carriage.
- Team up with a friend in offline co-op play to crush opponents.
- Dramatic “Heroes’ Story” mode alters history based on the player’s decisions.
Platform: PlayStation 3
Top Customer Reviews
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes (Sengoku Basara 3 'officially') is one of many games in a series. Only a small handful of these games have made their way stateside, and there's also an anime, but I can't comment on this particular series as a whole outside of that. Samurai Heroes is the first of the series I've played. With that said in the most basic way of looking at the game it's a 90% copy of just about any Dynasty Warriors game you may have played only with a heavy handed dose of Capcom stylization. You'll find comparably simple controls, the same subject matter as the Samurai Warriors games, the same concept as the Dynsasty Warriors games in general, effectively the same interface, and the list goes on.
Hold on, what does that mean? I've never played any of these games you keep talking about!Read more ›
Surprisingly the voice work is solid, and for all the chaos happening on screen, the frame rate is very steady, even in Co-Op split screen.
I had been missing/reminiscing just sitting down with a friend on the couch and playing a co-op game. One that was not a shooter, and pretty easy to pick up and play. I used to pick up the Dynasty Warriors games, but lately they have progressively gotten worse.
If I had anything negative to say about the game...I suppose more characters would be nice, and an option to use the JP vocal tracks. Capcom could add these as dlc down the road... but only if the game sells enough copies to warrant dlc.
To put it simply, Sengoku Basara revived my inner need to destroy everything on the screen with over powered attacks. I'm really happy that Capcom took the time to localize this and bring it over from Japan.
I am personally a big fan of the dynasty warriors games and this is an excellent clone/alternative.
The discounted launch price in the United Sates is also a bonus.
If you are into mindless hack and slash games then this is for you.
Heres the fast run down of the game.
1. Pick a character choose from 16 overall. (must unlock the other 8 with bare hands)
2. Choose to go to battle/equip weapons and what not. (unlock more weapons as you progress)
3. Button mash the living crap out of your controller like its your ex's face. Tip: order a few extra controller with this game)
4. Repeat in rage mode (must activate it yourself) as you experience a rush of killing 1000+ enemies during each battle!
Theres the cool bosses you face here and there but I guess they just execute this basic button masher beat em up really well in someway to keep me coming back like a frisbee. Yes this game has been playing me!!! Who would've thought.
MUST BUY AT THIS PRICE!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Years after release, I have finally played Sengoku Basara. And it's...OK, I guess? It doesn't really offend, but it's pretty cookie-cutter when you get right down to it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Adrian Jenkins
Missing a lot of characters I thought would be in the game. Like toyatomi.. but otherwise a pretty good samurai heroes game.Published 4 months ago by tariq gholston
Bought this game for my son cause this one he wanted. He is enjoying playing it every chance he gets.Published 12 months ago by carlisha William