Sengoku Musou 4 Empires

Sengoku Musou 4 Empires

Koei Tecmo Games
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Koei Tecmo Games
Compatible With PlayStation 3™ (PS3™)
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US$64.99
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Original Name  戦国無双4 Empires
Official Release Date Sep 17, 2015
Genre Hack and Slash
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0007044800
Catalog No.  BLJM-61307
Item Code  4988615074295
Players  1-2

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:9

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tachihoma (132) on 08, Oct. 2015 22:23 (HKT)
The 4th Sengoku Empires title
Compare with Empires 3,I like the previous installment,Empires 4 is the upgrade version of Empires 2,brought back a lot of system from it.
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Moofo (3) on 05, Oct. 2015 11:21 (HKT)
Not quite as good as Sengoku Musou 2 Empires, but still pretty good
KOEI-TECMO brought back the systems from Empires 2. The systems themselves are improved and add some new twists. The battles themselves are different than Empires 2, much more like Empires 3 where there are good paths and bad paths to take. The game (at least on Normal) revolves around the timer and how you can run through the 12+ officer spawns + the bases and still get the boss in 9-12 minutes. It doesn't seem that you can confront multiple officers with a disadvantage, not because you can't win, but because it would take too much time usually. Definitely worth buying if you haven't played any SW4 titles; also worth buying if fan of previous Empires titles.
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The Wrath Buddha (21) on 07, Mar. 2015 17:59 (HKT)
its back and better than ever
When i first played it i was impressed with the visuals and how smooth the controls felt. A huge step up that it even got localized at a faster paced. If your new to the series fear not, its always reintroducing its story like DW and you can jump right in
But knowing objectives is a task if not familiar with japanese language
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ichbinmarcoh (22) on 10, Jun. 2014 23:05 (HKT)
The best samurai warriors !
Fans of games like samurai warriors (Sengoku Musou)
and Warriors Oroichi (Musou Oroichi) also will love this game. I'll come the game without japanese knowledge further. It´s easy !!
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Jimang (2) on 03, May. 2014 14:40 (HKT)
3 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back
Samurai Warriors 4 is a must for anyone who loves the Warriors series. As most of the reviewers here have said, this game is very fun and combines traditional Story Modes with a Wanderer Mode which is closer in execution to Samurai Warriors Chronicles. Wanderer mode is probably where you'll be spending the bulk of your time, and it's a wonderful experience. The graphics and gameplay are excellent, but what really stands out to me is how much the music has improved. Samurai Warriors has always had a good soundtrack, but Omega Force has really outdone themselves on this one. The one negative I can chalk up to it in comparison with previous iterations in the series is the Story Mode. In previous Samurai Warriors games, each character would have their own storyline. This time around they've gone for a method similar to recent Dynasty Warriors titles and grouped stories into groups such as Oda Forces or Shikoku Forces. While I can understand the need for this with 55 characters, I feel that it makes it harder to relate to the characters.
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