Koei Tecmo has announced that the sequel to their musou crossover, Warriors Orochi 4, will be releasing on October 16th, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Warriors Orochi 4 will have a roster filled with 170 playable characters from the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors franchises.
In the last year, I’ve played about four different Musou games. For the uninitiated, Musou is the name of the “genre” of hack-and-slash games developed by Omega Force from Koei. Outside of several spin-offs, the series comes in two main flavors; Dynasty Warriors, which takes place in China during the Three
[Update: The stream is over now.] Check out the Dual Pixels Power Hour where I’ll be live streaming Samurai Warriors 4-II on PS4. SW4-II is the direct sequel to Samurai Warriors 4 and is meant to celebrate the series’ 10th anniversary. I’ll be playing the PS4 version, come check it out!
As I’ve stated before, I’ve never really been a huge fan of the Musou, or Dynasty Warriors, series of games until fairly recently with Hyrule Warriors. Hyrule Warriors had a good amount of polish and fan service. Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below aims to
Dynasty Warriors is a long running series that I have never really played. When I worked at GameStop, the series would have their small group of dedicated fans that would come in and excitedly ask for the next iteration. Often I would look perplexed at the endless titles, rivaling Street
Square Enix today has announced that its Dragon Quest/Dynasty Warriors crossover will be coming to North America and Europe some time in 2015. No exact date has been given. The hack-and-slash game will be available digitally on PlayStation Network and in a physical form as well exclusively on PlayStation 4.