Ken McKown writes: Musou games are an interesting breed. I admit, I have never fancied myself a fan of the genre. I liked to refer to it as the “X-button pressing simulator”. However, I also never engulfed myself in one of these experiences quite like I have with Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate. This cleverly named iteration is actually not the first time it has been released. It came out for everything under the sun, including PS3, 360, Vita and even Wii U. The latest version however, comes packed with more content than I could possibly have time to unlock. There are well over 100 characters to play as, from all walks of gaming, including Dead or Alive 5, Soul Calibur, Ninja Gaiden and of course the plethora of other Musou games from the developer.