Onimusha Blade Warriors (2004)

Video Game   |  Action, Fantasy



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Director:

Hideki Miyake

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25 April 2004 | Maflores6
A fast and energetic melee
Onimusha Buraiden or Blade Warriors was first in the Onimusha series to have all the main characters from Onimusha Warlords and Onimusha 2 samurai's destiny. In addition, for the first time, Samanoske and Jubei can fight the demons side by side. Next,we can have choices in the story mode, to play as a hero including Samanoske,Jubei and Oyu, or fight as the enemy including Nobunaga and Gogandantess. Plus, it also features many levels or chapters including the Yagyu village and Imasho town. Third, every character have different objective, different moves, combos and special abilities in the story mode.Fourth, Onimusha Blade Warriors, also the first to have a versus and melee modes. At these modes, players can choose their favorite characters and choose to fight two on two, or fight individual against other players. Finally, the game have many surprises and even guests from other capcom games.

The game was good because it has many challenges and adventures. Also, this is the first time that heroes from the Onimusha 1 and 2 met. In conclusion,Onimusha Buraiden reminds me of Super Smash Brothers from Nintendo.

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Release Date:

24 March 2004

Language

English


Country of Origin

Japan

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