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Hakuouki: Bakumatsu Musou Roku [Limited Edition]

Hakuouki: Bakumatsu Musou Roku [Limited Edition]

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Bitter sweet and romantic, the shinsengumi has been romantic heroes in Hakuouki. This time, they are showing off their swordsmanship and their battle powers in the action game. Meet their warrior sides in Hakuouki: Bakumatsu Musou Roku. These men are the last samurai, drop them into the battles between the armies of the new government and the weakening shogunate.

Each character has his own story. So fight their wars to get to know about the men. The game expands the existing universe, bringing gamers to even more battlefields and plot points. Snippets from the anime will play a part in the storytelling and original characters will join the fray.

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Original Name  薄桜鬼 ~幕末無双録~ 限定版
Official Release Date Mar 22, 2012
Genre Otome
Version  Japan
  CERO C (15+)
PAX-Code PAX0003561874
Catalog No.  ULJM-06027
Item Code  4995857091799
Players  1

Box contents
  • PSP Game: Hakuouki Bakumatsu Musou Roku
  • 1 Soundtrack CD
  • 1 Special Replica Katana Sword
  • 1 Postcard


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Average rating:  (4 out of 5)
Total votes:7

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adorableazn06 (94) on 06, Jun. 2012 02:34 (HKT)
Not otome game, just some fighting game
If you like previous hakuouki game, this game is a total different genre to previous game. This is a fighting game of all of the make characters in hakuouki. If you like fighting games, you will love this. This is not an otome game
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fuyuka (53) on 15, May. 2012 11:09 (HKT)
Not at its Best
I have to say that I'm a little surprised to see all the 5-star reviews for this game.
I am a huge Hakuouki fan; I own all the games in this series, usually on multiple platforms.
That said, I think this game is probably the least exciting game in the series.

This game is built on a "what-if" storyline, where the developers claim (or disclaim) to take liberty with historical events to create a world of its own. I have no problem with that. I do like my history, but I wouldn't dream of looking for historical accuracy in a video game.
To me, that disclaimer meant the developers had a free pass to create a whole new storyline and do whatever they wanted with these interesting characters they've spent so many games in developing. Unfortunately, that is not what happened.
The story is weak and not very interesting, nor is there is any new character development. It seemed they wanted to keep enough "truth" to the historical events to keep the history buffs interested, with the end result being that they annoyed made the story just annoying enough - kinda like nails on a chalkboard.
In my opinion, they should have just gone all out instead of trying to tweak real events in an unreal way.

As for the action part of this game, this game, dare I say it, bored me so much that I had to put my PSP down after each scene because I just...I was so BORED!!
I finished the game (as an avid Hakuouki fan, not completing the game was not an option) but I think you would have to be a real die-hard fan (like me) to be able to do this. This game on its own really has very little to offer (I hate to say it).
I have a tendency to re-play games, but I doubt this game will get another play now that I've completed it.

In sum,
If you are looking for a good action game, go for the original "musou" series that Koei offers (that is the system this game is based off of).
If you are looking for a good novel game (with a little bit of romance), go for the original Hakuouki game.
If you enjoy the original Hakuouki game and feel like you want to play every game in the Hakuouki series, then, and only then, I would tell you to try this game.
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strife2188 (112) on 18, Apr. 2012 01:13 (HKT)
fun game
it is a very good beat em up game
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dattebayo1112 (1) on 12, Apr. 2012 10:51 (HKT)
Kick-ass as a Shinsengumi!!
This game is very similar to Dynasty Warrior games, but you can choose between members of the Shinsengumi as your playable characters; Hijikata-san, Okita-san, Saitou-san, Heisuke-kun and Harada-san.
The new story line is great and being able to play the original storyline and being able to participate in the battles that shaped Japan's history is quite a lot of fun.
For those who aren't Japanese by birth or have no or limited Japanese language practice will find this game easy to follow, despite of it having no english in it at all.
Fans of the game series, the anime, the manga or the history will love this game!!
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sdyuki_chan (16) on 03, Apr. 2012 06:41 (HKT)
Regular Edition is a Better Buy
I have been an avid fan of purchasing the limited edition of the various Hakuouki games and despite their hefty price, I never regretted the money...until now. Normally the game comes with a reasonable amount of extras. This only came with a really cheap-looking plastic sword, ONE post card and a drama CD. The plastic sword looked like something you give away to kids at Halloween. I feel like the extra money for the limited edition all went into an audio CD you can purchase used for around $15~$20 in Ikebukuro... This is one of the rare times I feel that the regular edition is actually the better buy.

As for the game itself, it's a lot of fun. Who wouldn't want to fight as one of their favorite Shinsengumi? ^_^
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