OXM UK writes: "Some games take a while to warm up. You need to get used to the controls, get the laborious training levels out of the way and work your way towards the cool set-pieces.
Not so with Afro Samurai. Within seconds of starting, it's hit you with a potent cocktail of bodies being carved in half, RZA beats and Samuel L Jackson swearing at you from a distant tree. Oh, and he plays a character called Ninja Ninja.
This won't be news to those who have followed Afro Samurai's rise as the offbeat anime has become a firm cult favourite. Even to those who have, seeing the anime translate so well to videogame will be a treat for fans."