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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description:Prepare for a Dynasty Warriors experience like no other. The most innovative Warriors game in years. for the first time ever, up to four players can now team up to take on some of the most challenging enemies ever to stand in the way of victory. The levels have been re-designed with the focus on team work and to overcome each level's strategic features and challenges. Massive bosses now stand in your way and it will require some serious team work to defeat these ultra powerful enemies. Astounding new abilities and powers will now enable the legendary Warriors to fight in the skies and unleash moves and attacks that will rock the battlefield to their very foundations. Characters can be enchanced and completely individualised through the clever use of special items that can alter their skills.These legendary warriors can now wield two weapons in battle. For the first time ever, you can select any sub weapon for any character. Most dramatic of all is the new Fury Transformation that puts shade. When a character enters their awakened state no enemy is safe.
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