Musings From Us Listings For Feudal Japan

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Onimusha: Warlords

This entry was posted in Action Games, Adventure Games, Martial Arts, Role Playing Games, Software by Will on


Fun Factor:★★★★☆ 

Onimusha: Warlords is kind of like one older Resident Evil game, but not. This game is set in feudal Japan, not in a mansion and you’re killing demons instead of zombies. This game has a good storyline. The story is about a samurai named Samanosuke. He kills demons to save his girlfriend, Princess Yuki. He has to kill demons so he can save her from Nobunaga.

Nobunaga is the leader of the demons. He gets help from a female ninja named Kaede. She looks your average ninja and she has tattoo on her leg. So, it like Kurosawa meets Legend of Zelda. It sounded like more Legend of Zelda when I was playing the game. The gameplay runs like Resident Evil. I had trouble with the controls. The controls are little bit easy, but not movement. To move your character, you have to use the D-pads instead of Analog stick. The analog stick is good for bow and gun. The graphics looks more like Resident Evil than PS2 graphics, but characters looks more like a normal PS2 game. The characters looks more detailed and look a little bit real.

Azumi – From the ravages of war rises the ultimate assassin

This entry was posted in Action, Adventure, Drama, DVD, Videos & Movies, Fantasy, Martial Arts, Thriller by Will on

Azumi-2003-DVD-InsertFrom the directer of Godzilla: Final Wars and producer of Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust, bring you a samurai assassin movie you will enjoy. The movie is called Azumi. Azumi is young girl who is trained to be a assassin. In her beginning of the story, her mother died out in the desert. She was a little girl at the time when her mother died. There were a group of samurai who had kids that lost their family as well. The samurai raises Azumi, and all her life is her master. Azumi made friends with them. When she got older, her master want her to not be weak. The master wants Japan to be peaceful nation. So Azumi and her friends must help the master to bring Japan to peace. Could they do it? Find out when you are watching this movie.

Mahjongg Dimensions Deluxe: Tiles in Time

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Mahjong, Puzzle Games, Software by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★★★★ 

In Mahjongg Dimensions Deluxe: Tiles in Time you get off the grid of the typical mahjong solitaire game, and go through time periods with matching music and themed puzzles in a fast-paced addictive 3-D mahjong set up. Go from the Cretaceous period, to Ancient Egypt, Feudal Japan, the period of the Black Death, the American West, to the near future. Each time period has something new in the puzzles, from the most basic puzzles design for a dinosaur that might just have a brain the size of a walnut, to more complex puzzles with added tool built in to help you get through the picture you are trying to find just under the wire. Receive bonuses for extra fast-play, and you can even go back to previous time periods and fill in those things that you missed before, or did not get a chance to add when you went up the timeline.