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Warriors Orochi 3 - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
4.6 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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Warriors Orochi 3 X360

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  • ASIN: B007FQUFC0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 27, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,346 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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By Benjamin S. Sprague on May 3, 2012
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Some of you probably saw me on Xbox live. If I seemed "aloof" I offer my sincerest apologies but most of you know once I get a new Tecmo/Koei game I'm completely oblivious to reality! (Still, I'm friendly enough if you pm me. Don't worry, I don't bite off upper torsos!)

So Warriors of Orochi 3 is everything I hoped it would be. It's a historical and mythological based empowerment fantasy without all the nasty pillaging, raping, genocide, and torture nonsense that actually happened during "the olden days". Sure, you slay thousands of enemies but they don't leak vital fluids and most of them are snake demon-people, Boar headed ogres, and manically laughing cheesy super villains who are VERY loosely based upon non-fictional tyrannical jerk-bags!

There's definitely heartfelt sincerity and innate substance radiating from the newest "warriors" game to date. Whether it's the delight of a fully colored instruction manual or the fact there are 130 unlockable "dudes" and "babes", WO3 is a complete revival of old school gaming industry standards. (Aka you get your money's worth)

My first impressions of this game are overwhelmed enthusiasm. Should I talk about the totally sic multi headed hydra that's the main fixture of the first level? Should I reveal we can change past events so certain heroes and heroines can be unlocked via dramatic rescues in the knick-of-time? Should I go over the "bonds" relationship dynamic, the rpg leveling up mechanic, the weapon fusion system, or switching between 3 team-mates on the fly to string together intricate combos? There's so much here and what's even more remarkable is the story line isn't half bad!

Beyond that Warriors Of Orochi 3 is more of the same for the genre. You cut down thousands of enemy soldiers on foot.
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I have to admit, I went out and bought this game the day it came out which is typically something I do not do with games being priced at $60 a pop. However, I am a huge fan of the Warriors Orochi (as well as Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors too of course) series, so getting this game was a no-brainer to me.

The first level was pretty intense to me. You start out with 3 characters, which you can switch between anytime by pressing LT or RT, and are trying to kill a MASSIVE eight-headed dragon. That's right. In the past games you fought an enemy general as the main boss, in this game the main boss is a gargantuan dragon. During the first level, you'll be dodging the dragon's fireballs (so you constantly have to keep moving), trying to find ways to hurt it, and meeting an old enemy in the process. I don't want to spoil any of the story or the characters you start out with, so I'll leave it at that. After that you go to a town where you can buy weapons, go on the Xbox Live multiplayer, and talk with other soldiers. The town feeling was great since in past games this did not exist and did everything simply from a text-based menu.

If you've played the past Warriors Orochi games, the enemies are instantly recognizable. You have the typical weak snake fighters, medium snake generals, and huge snake brutes. You also find weapons as well as things to restore your health and musou on the battlefield. You are also able to call your horse by press the Back button. However, Koei has made combat even smoother and made musou attacks more intense in the process. I felt like a supreme warrior destroying hundreds of enemies and I love that type of button-masher game. I KO'd close to 2000 enemies without even trying on the first level.
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Whenever a Dynasty Warriors/Samurai Warriors/Whatever Warriors game comes out there's always its contingent of detractors. And by contingent, I don't mean to imply a small number, as most of the free world does not take this series of games seriously. However, those who enjoy them know that while some criticism is valid, it is certainly overblown.

Warriors Orochi 3 is not a game changer and if you don't have any interest in the Warriors franchises you won't find a lot to like here. But for those fans who spend hours with the various entries in the series, or if you're looking for a fun 3D hack 'n' slash/beat 'em up title, Warriors Orochi 3 is a fantastic game to start.

The general gameplay outline for this game is the same as any other entry in the franchise, but it has a few key refinements. The character models used in this game look beautiful and are borrowed from the most recent games, Samurai Warriors 3: Xtreme Legends and Dynasty Warriors 7: Xtreme Legends. There are also a vast number of unlockable costumes from previous games that one can use. All cut characters that didn't make it into SW3 or DW7 are all back in full force making this an insanely robust roster. Also, WO3 includes guest characters such as Ayane from Dead or Alive or Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden.

Warriors Orochi 3 borrows the "main camp" format first used in Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce, and it resembles that template a great deal. From the "main camp" hub players are able to have banquets to increase the character's relationships, purchase new weapons, or embark on a mission. Another fantastic step forward for the series is the ability for, when playing couch co-op, each player to choose individual teams rather than both having to use the same team.
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