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Warriors All-Stars

Koei Tecmo Games
Aug 29, 2017 - PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

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7 / 10
7 / 10
Game Revolution
3 / 5
Hobby Consolas
75 / 100
5 / 10
IGN Italy
7 / 10
IGN Spain
6.5 / 10
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Warriors All-Stars - William Highlight

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Warriors All-Stars: Shiki Clan

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Warriors All-Stars - Arnice Highlight

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Critic Reviews for Warriors All-Stars

It's Dynasty Warriors as you've seen it before, except you can be a talking cat with a gun.

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Warriors All-Stars is good silly fun as the story never takes itself too seriously, nor do the cameos. But in the process a few huge staples we've come to expect have been stripped, much to the detriment of a project of this scale. I really wish it didn't have to be an "either or" situation.

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Despite the overwhelming difficulty found at the start, it is certainly worth pushing through it to enjoy the unique experience that Warriors All-Stars is. Koei Tecmo has found its own Smash Bros. mash-up game that brings together a brilliant ensemble cast of characters like Ryu, William from Nioh, and Dynasty Warriors' Zhao Yun for classic Musou hack-and-slash gameplay.

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Warriors All-Stars it's 'The Expendables' of the KOEI Tecmo videogames. His characters are his best complaint. A game focused almost exclusively on the musou lovers.

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Warriors All Stars is a grand celebration of the history and popularity of Koei Tecmo. Unfortunately, the celebration fails to deliver a satisfying video game experience. Every time I had to re-unlock a character, or study three different menus to try and guess which missions I had to avoid so I could get the next proper story chapter, Warriors All Stars felt less like a celebration, and more like homework.

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Warriors All Stars is definitely a game for fans of Koei Tecmo and musou games, filled with many interesting character interactions. Sadly, even with a nice battle system, it just feels average.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Warriors All-Stars is another game from Omega Force with all its pros and contras. It's poor story can't save a game suited only for hardcore fans of the musou genre.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

While a few extra bells and whistles are added here and there, along with much improved character variety, it's still a Dynasty Warriors game at its heart—and that's not a bad thing. Fans of the series will still love this, despite an underwhelming narrative set in a cliché new world.

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