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Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes - Nintendo Wii

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  • Fight your way through hundreds of enemies across many exciting battlefields.
  • 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.

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

Product Description

The producer of Devil May Cry 4 Hiroyuki Kobayashi brings you the newest installment to the BASARA series Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes. 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 your journey to the final battle learn how to unleash spectacular BASARA Arts and utilize Hero Time to wipe.

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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.

Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes
Hundreds of enemies to fight
Hundreds of enemies to fight
Engaging storyline
Engaging storyline

Synopsis

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.

Upgradeable weapons and special abilties
Upgradeable weapons
and special abilties

Key Features:

  • 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.

Product Information

Platform:Nintendo Wii
ASIN B002X9KYD4
Release date October 12, 2010
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.4 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
While on other game review sites, this game got a pretty bad rating (something like 4.0 out of 10), me and my friends think it's great. It does have some basic downfalls, (as in, each level has the exact same goals as the last, kill the camp leaders, kill the boss). There are few bits that have any difficulty at all (though it's a good idea to start on normal, since you need to gain levels). Without the characters or the storyline, this would be a pretty dull game.
And even though the story line itself isn't that original, fans of the previous games and the anime will get a total kick out of Samurai Heroes. I never played any of the other games and had only watched the anime, so I was totally excited to play as my favorite characters. The game has good music and enough unlockable characters to keep you at it for awhile. My favorite part would have to be the different story endings and the interactions bewteen the characters. If you complete enough of them, you can discover what's -really- going on.
In conclusion, this game is best for people who are already familiar with the franchise. If you've never heard of Sengoku Basara before you might be REALLY confused by dialogue, etc, since they don't actually explain in game the relationships bewteen the characters. Also, a (not really big) problem that I had was with the alternate outfits you can unlock. Some of them are disappointing, especially after going through 7-8 levels to get them. Overall though, it's fun and entertaining, voice acting isn't bad (it kind of grew on me, since I perfer the japanese voices), good to play with friends and will keep you coming back for more.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This game plays in a similar fashion to games like Devil May Cry and Dynasty Warriors. I personally find most of those games to be a bit repetitive. I later watched the anime Sengoku Basara Samurai Kings a kind of prequel to the game which in turn got me so into it I had to get the game and I even got it for both the Wii and the PS3.

GAMEPLAY: This is not only the most important part but the best part of this game. When I started playing this game it actually felt more like Devil May Cry 4, a game I also love. Capcom did great here especially putting amazing depth and variety into each character you play as! YES!

SOUND: Awesome J-Rock, fighting music and well produced sounds do great to imerse you in a fantasy of Japan's Sengoku era.

GRAPHICS: So I actually first played it on the Wii over the PS3 after lots of specific comparisons. For a Wii game this looks amazing again thank you Capcom for the amazing level of production values. Aside from the difference in resolution they look quite similar not to say it looks bad on the PS3 because it really doesn't but it does look absolutely amazing on the Wii!

Another major plus with this series is it's characters they're all really unique, deep, lovable and interesting, my favorites are always changing! Anyone who gives this game a shot will surely be pleased at the least! Tried to keep this all short thanks for reading!
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
The game is really fun...the graphics engine is being done on Capcom's MT Framework Lite...a toned down version of Capcom's MT Framework that runs RE5, Lost Planet, and DMC3. The only downside like many Wii games are it's 480P resolution compared to the PS3's version of 1080P. But other than that the game pretty much are almost the same according to many ppl who had played the PS3 version. This is a nice addition to anyones Wii library especially if you liked the anime.
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Had Musou not existed I probably would have raised this by one star, but I feel that Basara pales in comparison.

No option to change the VA to Japanese, and the English one is quite bad (I cannot say the Jap one would be better though! but at least it would make more sense since this about Japan...), the "story"/characters are even further from the real ones than Musou's, and I don't really find them that interesting anyway (It's full of cheesy ones with fairly boring background, though not all).

At times the gameplay lacks any need of strategy, all you need to do is kill the boss...which is weak (yet better for replaying for weapons I guess). At other times there is some element of strategy, but not that much.
The defense level was pretty much me standing in front of one guy and making sure he stayed alive, nothing else really mattered. That's a lot easier (and more boring) than defending the Toyotomi in Musou.
The grunts repeat the same thing over and over from stage to stage so not very interesting. The main characters have their own stuff though.

What I do like is the fact that you can take many different paths, and change the story as you go, alas the stages never really reflect that (For example after defeating Mitsunari, on the next stage I have soldiers telling me they don't what he will do...).
I also like the ability to pick an ally (although it can be strange to pick one guy and fight him as well, I haven't tried it though).

So far I've only played with Tokugawa and beat the game about 4 times, and I'm barely above 50% completing for him, so if you want to complete the whole game, there's a lot of hours available!
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