The producer of Devil May Cry 4, Hiroyuki Kobayashi, brings you the newest installment to the BASARA series, Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes, on the Wii. A fun, action-packed and accessible title set during a tumultuous period of Japanese history, Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes follows players as they fight their way to the dramatic battle of Sekigahara. Players will take control of more than a dozen samurai heroes, each wielding their own unique weapon, in huge battles against hundreds of opponents that grow ever more challenging. On their journey to the final battle, players will learn how to unleash spectacular BASARA Arts and utilize Hero Time to wipe out as many enemies as possible.
Victory in battle will not only deliver new territories but the natural resources of that region, which can be used to create various accessories that make heroes and their weapons more powerful. Each unique playable character is aided by a supporting general who makes it easier to lead the playerï¿½s army. Players will see the battle from the perspective of each hero with the ultimate goal of re-writing history to rule all of 16th century Japan.
In the dynamic new ï¿½Heroesï¿½ Storyï¿½ mode playerï¿½s decisions impact history. Based on choices made by the player, friends become enemies and enemies become friends, creating a whole new history. This new strategic element to the game forces players to fight for control of the battlefield and ultimately for the fate of the nation.
wolfshadow10122 May at 17:43 Well if you play western RPG's they're more action orientated. Mostly. The thing about selecting commands in RPG's is that it relies more on some or other strategy.
終わり 火方攵攴22 May at 15:48 Im not into rpg ,pokemon is my only expetion ,if people ask we why i dont like playing rpg i answer -'get it by my hands(ref to a song from eureka 7),its not fun for me to just tell a character what to do ,i want to bloody slice that thing in half myself