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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce (Xbox 360)

Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce (Xbox 360)
alaScore 80

35 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the multi player mode, but the controls and action get negative comments. There are some mixed opinions about the graphics and value for money.

multi player

story, action, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce (Xbox 360)

 

It's not often that a game makes the jump from a portable system to the home consoles. When Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce launched on the PSP last year, it breathed some life into the series' tired hack-and-slash formula with more varied missions,...

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Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce Review

 

Can an enhanced port of a PSP game prove itself worthy on a console?

Two other major changes Koei implemented were to the musou and weapon systems of the game. Now when you fill the musou gauge, you don't use your musou attack when you press the appropriate button. Instead, you go into “Musou Mode”, which transforms the...

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce

 

The best of the Dynasty Warriors franchise struggles to compete with modern hack-and-slash games.

New town hub adds role-playing elements and customization options ; Online co-op is fun and makes difficult missions much easier

Some missions can be frustratingly difficult ; No local cooperative mode ; Subpar presentation

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce

 

Unless you are a die-hard fan of the series, this is not a game you should consider picking up. If you've got an appetite for hack and slash games, there are plenty of other games for you to whet your appetite with

It's fun for a little while, before you get to the meat of the game

Visuals are low quality; combat is tedious and shallow; difficulty is frustrating; clipping issues and bad hit detection ruin whatever fun you could get out of the combat

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce

 

Let's have some fun shall we? Find a group of so-called "hard core gamers," walk up to them and say nothing but the following words: Dynasty Warriors. Chances are that unless they're a masochist, they're going to groan about redundant gameplay and...

Why can't I use a cheat to unlock all of the officer cards? How about maxing out my skills? How about not making this game suck?

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce

 

When Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce was released for the PSP, the biggest complaint I had was the lack of online multiplayer. The game was one of the deepest, most accomplished Warriors game made ...

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DYNASTY WARRIORS: Strikeforce (Xbox 360) Review

 

KOEI expands their successful PSP hack 'n' slash, introducing online multiplayer on console for the first time in Dynasty Warriors history.

On top of providing invaluable aid in battle, unlocked characters can also be switched in as your main, in case you get tired of your first choice.

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce Review (Xbox 360)

 

is going the opposite direction, it means that Koei and Omega Force had to beef things up for the console release. To their credit, there’s a lot more here than in the PSP release. Aside from the online features, the X360 version also boasts more than...

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce Review for the XBOX360

 

That Dynasty Warrior's power level is over 9000!!!

Items, items, items!; City format with upgradeable facilities; Lag-free online mode

Flying combat with wonky targeting system; Repetitive environments; Using bow far too often

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce

 

The millionth sequel, and this time a shoddy PSP port

Co-op eases the pain ; Silly pantomime villains ; Ridiculous amounts of customization

Crushing repetition ; Ugly PSP-level graphics ; Clunky aerial controls

If you’ve got serious time on your hands or are velvety-tongued enough to convince three other douches to get involved online, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce might at times be classed as so-bad-it’s-good. And we guess that's a start, if nothing else.