80°
Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 832d ago | screenshot

People are gambling, cutting each other in these Way of the Samurai 4 screens

GameZone takes a look at some of the action in Way of the Samurai 4 for the PlayStation 3. (E3, PS3, Way of the Samurai 4)

Tuxedo_Mask  +   832d ago
Why is this a PSN only title? I would have bought it day 1 if it had been a disc release, but now I'll probably forget about it, especially since its release date is "Summer".

Edit: Just read this: http://n4g.com/news/974098/...

I guess I'll get the digital version. I like XSeed and their guy seems genuine in explaining the reasons behind this decision.
#1 (Edited 832d ago ) | Agree(1) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply
RememberThe357  +   832d ago
How are they still making this game? I remember actually liking the first one but it was like 3 hours long. But really, do these games actually sell?
TheColbertinator  +   832d ago
Not sure.I like the series,has some good ideas but always ends too fast.

I might buy WotS4 regardless

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories

Glorious Extended Gaming Mouse Mat - Hardware Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

7m ago - Chalgyr's Game Room writes: Mouse pads and gaming surfaces have come a long way in the last th... | PC
10°

Neverending Nightmares Review - Pixel Related

7m ago - One of the most important things needed to make horror stand out is context. When you are playing... | PC

Review: Metro 2033 Redux (PC) | G3AR

7m ago - G3AR: "Having played Metro 2033 a good while back, around its release in fact, I distinctly remem... | PC

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments review - Eurogamer

8m ago - Eurogamer: "The burden of power is supposedly a crushing one, but you'd never guess it from Frog... | PC
Ad

Looking for a great Pokemon Community?

Now - Look no further. Join us at the BulbaGarden Forums, the best community for everything Pokemon | Promoted post

RandomSelectTV's Outland Review

8m ago - Platformers are fun, and so is exploration. Both of those go together like peanut butter and jell... | PC
Related content from friends