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Submitted by Tyrannikos 1003d ago | review

Warriors Orochi 3 Review | Empty Apartment

"Dynasty Warriors has always been a series near and dear to my heart. I’ve read through the book it’s based on at least twice a year since I was in the fourth grade [Seriously, I recommend Three Kingdoms to everyone who likes the series]. The characters and stories in the book have always held my interest. While the games haven’t always been 100% accurate and are quickly moving away from reality more and more, they still hold my interest just as strongly.

The Samurai Warriors series was always a forethought in my mind. It seemed interesting enough, but I wasn’t nearly as invested in that era of history as I was in the end of the Han Dynasty. I knew it had the same gameplay, but that wasn’t enough for me.

Then Warriors Orochi hit in 2007. While the storyline diverged from the norm, it had an intriguing twist - the tearing of dimensions and throwing Samurai and Dynasty Warriors into the same jar and shaking it violently to make them fight.

The third game in the Orochi unive... (PS3, Warriors Orochi 3, Xbox 360) -

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