Onimusha 3: Demon Siege (2004)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Drama


Onimusha 3: Demon Siege (2004) Poster

Jacques Blanc is a soldier in present day Paris, Samanosuke is a warrior in feudal Japan. Both men have one goal: destroy the demons plaguing their time.


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Director:

Minoru Nakai

Writers:

Hiroaki Kanazawa (screenplay "Flagship"), Minoru Nakai (screenplay "Capcom"), Noboru Sugimura (scenario), Shin Yoshida (screenplay "Flagship")

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16 January 2006 | Kbair13
Great Action game and great close to the trilogy
Onimusha 3 is the third game of the Onimusha series by Capcom. It ends the original trilogy involving the story arc of Nobunaga Oda. In this game. A Japanese warrior from 1582 named Samanoske, and a french police officer named Jacques from the year 2004 fight against demons called genma, led by the Demon Lord Nobunaga Oda.

This game is an action game with an interesting story and one that has a few loopholes, but keeps you interested overall. The game has a well made combat system that controls smoothly. While there are games that have now surpassed it (like God of War and Devil May Cry 3) it is still one of the best action games for the ps2, and a great game for anyone's collection.

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Release Date:

27 April 2004

Language

Japanese, English, French


Country of Origin

Japan

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