Samurai Warriors 2: Empires


Samurai Warriors 2: Empires
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Samurai Warriors 2: Empires coverart
Developer(s) Omega Force
Publisher(s) Koei
Series NA Samurai Warriors
JP Sengoku Musou
Native resolution Unknown
Version 1.00 (PS2), 1.00 (Xbox 360)
Platform(s) Playstation 2, Xbox 360
Release date PlayStation 2:
JP November 16, 2006
NA February 27, 2007
EU March 16, 2007
Xbox 360:
JP Unreleased
NA February 27, 2007
EU March 16, 2007
Genre(s) Third-person Action-Adventure, Hack & Slash
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer (Offline)
Rating(s) ESRB: T
PEGI: 16+
Media 1 DVD-ROM
Input methods Console Controller


Samurai Warriors 2: Empires (abbreviated to SW2:E) is a hack & slash legacy developed by KOEI.

Contents

[edit] Background

[edit] Pages

[edit] Gameplay

Samurai Warriors 2: Empires is a Fighting and Strategy games that is set in Feudal Japan. The country is divided into warring states and it is up to the player to resurrect a nation using equal amounts of strategy and strength! Meet with war council to discuss military and political affairs, then it’s time for combat.

The game’s ultimate goal is to unite Japan’s 25 regions into a single nation under one ruler.

[edit] Features

  • Epic Battles: Experience a lethal combination of action, fighting, and strategy gameplay. Create your own warrior, or choose from 400 playable characters as you go to battle against your opponents for the fate of a nation.
  • Cunning Strategies: Get drawn into six regional scenarios, plus five unification scenarios. Forge alliances with rival clans and hire captured officers to fight on your side. Play with 50 new policy cards based on Japan's rich history. 30 different tactics cards allow you to hire wind ninjas, set an ambush, or form a blockade!
  • Unite Nations: Play in Empire mode, Free mode, and explore an extensive Archive section with rare art and information on Samurai history and tactics. This game is a must-have for anyone fascinated by history or Samurai culture, with detailed accounts of actual battles and encounters.

[edit] Modes

There are five different difficulty levels:

  • Hell
  • Hard
  • Normal
  • Easy
  • Heaven

[edit] Network links

[edit] External links

Last edited by Chiggins on 5 July 2009 at 18:06
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