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Samurai Warriors 4 II

Koei Tecmo Games
Sep 29, 2015 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
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75

Top Critic Average

33%

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Critic Reviews for Samurai Warriors 4 II

Samurai Warriors 4-II isn't a bad game, but it will only appeal to gamers who long to play lengthy battles where mindless button-mashing trumps strategy and variety.

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For fans that missed out on the original release, this is the version to get. The hack-n-slash style of gameplay might not be suitable for everyone's taste, but the game is still fun in short bursts.

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Even though the game doesn't look any better from the previous instalment, Samurai Warriors 4-II's gameplay is as fun as ever and the story is definitely worth your time.

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Samurai Warriors 4-11 bases itself on one of the best possible Warriors games, and therefore its core gameplay is of undeniable quality. It's a great game by all accounts. However, most of what makes it great was sold to us a year ago, so while there's still a ton of fun to be had, I am not going to be singing its praises a second time.

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Samurai Warriors 4-II is a great addition to the series and proves to be plenty of fun, whether you're playing solo or with a friend. Go get yourself lost in this Feudal era drama.

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Samurai Warriors 4-II is a weird step in the series. It isn't a typical remake or sequel, and it would almost benefit if it didn't carry the numbered moniker, even if it does share a lot in common with the previous game. Still, it is yet another solid entry in the series. Omega Force has become a machine at crafting these, and for those not yet tired of the setting, there is still a copious amount of fun to be had here.

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Samurai Warriors 4-II is an excellent addition to the Warriors franchise, but could have done with a bit more change to differentiate itself from its predecessor.

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If you want more Warriors or haven't experienced Warriors yet, then I truly recommend this. But if you've played one of the many Warriors games recently, then maybe just give it a miss.

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