Kengo 3
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Kengo 3

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Kengo 3 features more than 30 famous historical samurai, and a large variety of missions, such as assassination, rescue, guarding, searching for targets and prison breakthroughs. A new time change element is added to the game, perform a task in different time may have varied effects. There are also a lot of special events at different time and places.

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Original Name  剣豪3
Official Release Date  Sep 22, 2004
Genre  Action Adventure
Version  Japan
  CERO 15
Suitable for persons aged 15 and above.
PAX-Code PAX0000094486
Catalog No.  SLPM-65700
Item Code  4994934400134
Players  1-2

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mwrightm1115 (3) on 23, Dec. 2004 04:13 (HKT)
Great Sequel
The fighting gamplay is excellent. fights can be long or instant kills with the parry system. iaijutsu/batoujutsu, throws takedowns. not just single swords styles but spears, chain and sickle and bokkens. all based on historical characters like musashi and jubei.
only thing though is the story mode is a little bit unintuitive in the sense that they dont give you any clues as to how to move the story along. But overall a must have for any samurai loving fan.
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