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Way of the Samurai 3 - Xbox 360

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Xbox 360
Mature
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews) 55 / 100

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  • The Butterfly Effect - With over 15 different endings, every action you take will cause a chain of events to occur, allowing for multiple outcomes and replay-ability. Every action has a reaction and the following consequences open up new paths to explore.
  • Weapon Customization and Abilities - Craft your own unique weapons from over 200 different parts and materials, creating the ultimate weapon that suits your taste and fighting style. Create lethal blades, spears, pole axes and more while discovering new abilities and skills with increased use. Become a master of one or of many. The choice is yours.
  • Reward System and Samurai Rating - Performing different feats will reward a player with Samurai Points and a Title, which in turn will unlock new features and characters within the game. Fight honorably in the way of the samurai, live your life as a bandit or strive to uphold the government. These choices will net different points and values, encouraging multiple play to unlock everything.
  • The Pen Can Be Mightier Than The Sword - Fight your opposition with force or take the diplomatic route, using subtle gestures like the unsheathing of your sword. With an extensive dialogue tree, weapons combo system and more, this hybrid title delivers on multiple fronts.

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  • ASIN: B0029MAXW2
  • Item Weight: 5.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 13, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,783 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

The Consequences of your actions will determine your fate! Choose to fight along side good or evil during the tumultuous time of the Sengoku era and carve your name into history. Become a hero or become infamous. The choice is yours! This is an action adventure game, set during Japan's Sengoka Era (mid-15th to early 17th century), in which players assume the role of a samurai immersed in conflict between various clans.

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Must have the will of the warrior October 16, 2009
By eLSyDro
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've been waiting for this game for a while and this game was near impossible to find, but I finally found a copy and got to play for the first time last night. It follows the along the same model of the original The Way of the Samurai. There are tons of swords and fighting styles, that will keep you enthralled for hours upon hours, and once you find that certain sword/style that fits you, you can learn new techniques and level the sword so you can become the ultimate assassin, protector, or just plain ole bad a**. This game is full of action around every turn, and the best concept is that you can choose which path you want to take, if you want to become a rich samurai you can join the fujimori clan, or you can be a sole wanderer a ronin,or you can protect the citizens of a poor city who are being heavily taxed, or you can plot against the fujimori clan and join the ouika clan who are a bunch of thieves and robbers, and the beauty of it is it's all up to you which path you choose. The fighting in this game is superb, depending on which sword you use that is the fighting style used, or you can fight bare handed which is pretty fun as well. I thoroughly enjoyed and am still enjoying this game, if this game sounds like something you might like, or if your like me, I really enjoy old samurai movies especially Akira Kurosawa films, you'll love this game. One of my favorite things about this game is one of the faces you can choose for your samurai looks almost exactly like Toshiro Mifune. In all I give this game a 5 out of 5. Maybe more, this is possibly one of my favorite games of the year.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad, kind of repetitive January 20, 2010
By H. Wang
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I'm reviewing this game after putting in about 30 hours so far into it. I'm also reviewing from the perspective of someone who has not played the previous installments in the series, so my comments will be based mostly on the merits of the WOTS3 alone.

I bought the game based on the mostly positive reviews I saw here on Amazon (the decent price point also helped). I too did not see this game in any of my local video game stores or big box retailers so it was nice, being able to find it here.

As for the gameplay - you start off as a samurai who wakes up in a village and over the course of the game you can opt to choose to help one (or both, or none) of 2 major samurai factions/clans, or choose to help the village you woke up in, or pretty much do whatever you want and help nobody as well. One great aspect of the game has been the freedom to choose your destiny, and one of the big selling points of this game is the fact there are so many different endings you can choose from.

It is helpful to note that after you achieve one ending, you can carry over your stats and weapons into a new save, so that you don't have to start all over again in terms of accumulating items. Given the deep weapons creation system in this game and the huge number and variety of weapons you can make or choose from, it makes sense that you carry over items in each incarnation of the game you subsequently start.

Gameplay is relatively fun, with the combat mechanics being very deep and fulfilling. You can learn many different moves and combined that with the variety of weapons and stances you choose from, it definitely caters to both the experts who like deep combat, or even button mashers who like to hit X 100 times a minute to slog through a fight.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Cool samurai game March 7, 2010
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
If you like samurai games, this one is pretty cool. There are many different avenues of gameplay. You can hack and slash your way through the game, or try for the many different endings given. The combat system is pretty simple. There are various attacks that you can use...and each weapon has a different set of attacks and stances. The weapon creation system is new and pretty cool. You can make either swords or spears with various different parts you pick up throughout the game. The game has both English and Japanese dialogue for everyone's enjoyment. There are a lot of unlockables, and they stay unlocked for future playthroughs. The graphics are pretty basic, nothing fancy. There's not much audio in the game, but then again you don't really need it. So, feel free to have your own background soundtrack going while playing. Overall, dope game.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Ambitious, but lacking March 19, 2013
By Walter
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
As a preface, I have never played Way of the Samurai 1 or 2, so this was my first experience with the franchise. I downloaded the title from the X-Box Live Arcade games on demand. I was drawn to it because of my fascination with Japanese culture and my love of sandbox-type games, but it ultimately failed to deliver. Honestly, I was reminded of the Fable games: you are promised open-ended gameplay with limitless choices, but given a linear experience in which none of your "choices" alter the game in the slightest.
I'll break it down, as people seem to do with these reviews:
Graphics - The graphics are pretty basic. I'm not the sort of person who will ever disregard a game because it is ugly, but if that sort of things bothers you, definitely avoid this title. The characters are acceptable, but the environments are bland and forgettable. Honestly, I think I played games that were more polished than this on the previous generation of consoles.
Sound - Turn it off. The game cycles through a short list of tracks that get annoying really quickly. The songs are at least in an appropriate style and theme, just very limited. The Japanese voice-acting is fine (I think. I don't speak Japanese, so it isn't fair for me to judge), but the English dubs are pretty bad. You are better off listening to your own music while playing this game.
Gameplay - The fighting is the best part of this game. You can play through it like a simple hack-and-slash (I found that most enemies are pretty easy to defeat by just mashing the attack button over and over), but there are layers of depth to the mechanics, as well. You have different styles and different weapons to deploy, and timing counter-attacks and combos well can feel very satisfying.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
This game was okay.
Published 3 months ago by Paul
5.0 out of 5 stars better than the first
Game came in a quick and good condition. In reality I had the game before used and lost it when I moved. Read more
Published 10 months ago by Elbert White
1.0 out of 5 stars Just awful.
Shame stuff like this comes out and better games like Yakuza 5 don't get released here. It's a sand box game like Gta but really terrible like the E. Read more
Published 11 months ago by Maldanius
4.0 out of 5 stars Good rpg style game
I think this is a good game. A bit dated nowadays but the gameplay still holds up. Pretty much this is an action/rpg game set in japan with various samurai factions. Read more
Published 14 months ago by N. Pawar
4.0 out of 5 stars If you liked 1 and 2 you will like 3
If you liked the ps2 games you will like this 3rd installment as it has not changed much in the way of game play or storytelling. Read more
Published 19 months ago by Neal M.
3.0 out of 5 stars doesn't keep your attention.
It's fun at first but then as you go on it's very very repetitive.
I wouldn't recommend it at all.
Published 19 months ago by Brandon
4.0 out of 5 stars enjoyable adventure
i got this game because a friend told me about it and it is quite a good game. it has a great story and a really good combat system and since it has multiple endings it has great... Read more
Published 23 months ago by JB
5.0 out of 5 stars fastrackgma
My son love this game. He can't put it down until it's done. The story was great. He love the way his decisions can change the outcome of the game. It also have Multiple endings. Read more
Published on December 3, 2012 by fastrackgma
4.0 out of 5 stars Highly complex, but really good
This game is highly complex and can get a little boring if you lose track of your goals. The neat thing about this game is that you get to determine which path you take, who you... Read more
Published on September 21, 2012 by gwoottenn
5.0 out of 5 stars Review for WotS 3
I bought this game at my local GameStop while looking for a way to spend some trade in credit. I happened upon this title and am now pleasantly surprised. Read more
Published on August 29, 2012 by Dante Vrankovich
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