GamerZines writes: The latest issue of Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu has revealed that Tecmo Koei are to port previously Wii exclusive title Samurai Warriors 3 to PlayStation 3.
Koei, if you're going to bring this to the West, please include the Japanese language track. The English voices in "Samurai Warriors 2" are excruciating.
I'll buy it day one for sure:D but I agree. english voices are horrible. This and dynasty warriors series always gets a bad review, but I don't give a sh1t! its great mindless fun when you wanna kill a lot of spare time.
It looks like it's going to require a Move wand, actually. I'd expect to see more direct from Wii ports if Move continues to sell well in various regions. Personally, this is not the type of Move game I'm looking for (or even non-Move compatible game), but there are those who love all things Dynasty Warrior-style combat.
Hell yes! I liked DW6 but thought it left a lot to be desired. Please include the Japanese language track like the original, I loved that feature. Come on KOEI, bring it over already!
Never heard of it. Is it great?
The "Samurai Warriors" series is the same as "Dynasty Warriors," just set during the Warring States period in Japan, instead of in China. The combat is button-mashing, and repetitive, but I enjoy them. Some days, I don't want to play complex games. Hacking 1000+ enemies in one level can be a great stress reliever. :D
Thank u, have a bubble :)
yeah... great Samurai game :) Day 1 buy!
Porting to PS3? In no way could this end poorly.
I cringed a little, when I first read it.
This is that really bad Wii game right? damn
I think you might be confusing this with Samurai Warriors: Katana, that was horrible.
make it $25 worth and count me in
Im really sick of them porting games from an inferior console like the damn wii and psp. They should make it from the ground up or just use the same engine as DW7.
So now Wii scraps too?
I knew it was coming told everybody on game faq it was coming and doubted it.
and people wonder why?, their somehow shocked? /sarcasm. it's quite realistic to see this happen, esp. in not only japanese 3rd party developer's along with other 3rd party developer's world wide the idea that they can make a game that with the way both Wiimotes and the Move operate it would be a no brainer to port games to both system's this not only help's the Wii, but also help's Sony's PS3. their close the the basic's in the core functionality in motion control's there is some function's that are defined by the Wii and some that are defined by the ps3 but in at it's core basic's they both offer developer's a cross platform motion control scheme. this is a good thing because there are great Nintendo Wii game's that are very fun in my personal experience with both system's.
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