Kengo: Master of Bushido User Reviews
very good in graphic, sounds, actions, and in creativity.The bad:
when the game actually end? get boring after repeating the train & fight for so long and yet don't know when it will come to an end.Summary:
At the beginning everything is fine. Learn & fight...
After winning the first Imperial & defeat the master, the game ends once. But soon player becomes the master, and the game goes on and on and on.... don't really know when there will be another ending??
And how to learn all the technoque (move)? I only manage to get 89%. I saw another 3 moves in different Dojo, but I just can't learn them. No matter how hard I try. Finally got boring with everything... can someone tell me are there any second ending?? how to get there?? anyone learn 100% moves?? how?? I really hope that the three different...
Well you probably will.....The bad:
but then it all goes downhill from there.Summary:
Holy sh*t a new bushido blade! These where my first words when the cover of Kengo had set it's place into my eyes on the shelves of a hic town Blockbuster. Nearly soiling my boxers I immeadietly hacked my way to the cashier and demanded he rent this game to me or suffer the wrath of my blade which was so cheaply purchased at a Spencers. I fought my way home through countless samurai and thugs passing through many a dojo when i finallly put the game in the most honorable PS2 , bum bum bummmmm. Alas I found nirvana, extreme happiness and joy. The single player experience was as good as I thou...
the graphic looks more fantasticThe bad:
It is in japanese (language) at the moSummary:
Yes fans of Kengo, the sequel to the game is out now in Japan. Its looking more brilliant then ever, I will try and get the Australian copy once its out. Coz I dont understand Japanese.
I love this game. So sorry fans, I cant rate this kengo2 game yet coz I havent played it, but I will try n post something once i played it
Well it is in my opinion the best game for the playststion 2 The graphics are exceptional and the gameplay is intense they took care to include details such as bleeding and different stances just as in kendo and as far as a storyline goes, Come on it is a fighting game did you think the plot was going to be a prevailing featureThe bad:
Besides the lack of plot which ws obvious from the description on the game, nothingSummary:
My favorite game ever besides Chrono Trigger for the SNES
An excellent recreation of the education of a SamuraiThe bad:
No story to speak of, and not much variety of arenas- dojos, the imperial arena and a street scene are about it.Summary:
On the whole a great Samurai simulation for those prefer a more realistic fight game to the Tekken type. Tons better than Bushido Blade (apart from the blood) and really captures the feel of Kenjutsu, And speaking as someone who is learning the Japanese Weapon arts ,I should know. I would have preferred some multi-opponent fights, but you can't have everything, and a storyline would have helped.
Just like the real thing (I guess) it takes quite a while before you can enter the Imperial Tournament with confidence - that yes, you will reach at least the finals ! It's just then that you make on mistake - and well you do not even getpast round 1 !The bad:
Is there supposed to be a story line ?Summary:
If you're thinking that this is Bushido Blade 3 - it's not. Gone are the death moves - but better is that a samurai can be bleeding constantly - which is somewhat bizarre.
It is also much quicker that it's predessors and looks 10 times better too.
Very good 1st gen PS2 Game
- this like bushido blade? 2
- There has to be an easier way to unlock Nobutsuna! 1
- How Do you beat the game 3
- techniques and moves 5
- Getting every move 2
- Unlocking Characters 1
- The very beginning... 2
- definative guide 1
- How do you get all the moves?? 1
- more than one saved game 1
- Learning new techniques??? 2
- ANTI RELIGIOUS?????????? (spoiler) 1