Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce Review


Posted February 26, 2010 - By Jake Gaskill

Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce

It’s hard to believe, but here we are again with yet another review of a Dynasty Warriors game. The hack-and-hack-and-hack-and-slash franchise keeps chugging along, and judging from X-Play’s review, it appears that the latest installment, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce throws in some much appreciated variation to the formula the franchise has stuck with so closely year after year, but it ends up being like so many a Dynasty Warrior enemy: expendable.

“Gone are the massive, wide-open battle plains through which military heroes used to race around like headless chickens. Now you'll move through maps made up of small, interconnected “rooms.” There's a lot more stuff in each of those areas than there ever used to be in a DW battlefield. That's a plus. But there are a great many drawbacks, too.”

You can read the full review by hitting this nifty link.

Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce Review


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