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Samurai Warriors 2 Empires

Platform(s): PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: KOEI

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'Samurai Warriors 2 Empires' (PS2/X360) - 32 New Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 9, 2007 @ 10:14 a.m. PST

Samurai Warriors 2 Empires combines the most exciting aspects of Action, Fighting and Strategy games. At the start of the game Feudal Japan is divided into warring states and it is up to the player to resurrect a nation using equal amounts of strategy and strength!

The game’s ultimate goal is to unite Japan’s 25 regions into a single nation under one ruler. Prior to each battle, the player will meet with their war council to discuss military and political affairs; then it’s time for combat.

Samurai Warriors 2 Empires is the first in KOEI’s successful line of “Empires” games to be set in Japan. Accordingly, the game’s deck of 90 policy cards, used to issue military commands and impose political policies, is boosted by 50 new cards inspired by Japanese history, while all-new formation cards are based on historically-authentic samurai attack formations.

Special events in the game chronicle major turning points in Japan’s history including “The HonnĂ´ji Incident” where the powerful warlord Oda Nobunaga, met his demise, and “The Battle of Kawanakajima,” considered the largest and most prolonged encounter of the Warring States era.

Key product features include vicious multi-Musou attacks with up to four officers, 5 “Unification” scenarios plus 6 “Regional” scenarios, over 400 playable characters to choose from, a create your own warrior mode, as well as 2-player co-op play.

Samurai Warriors 2 Empires, not yet rated by the ESRB, for Xbox 360 is compatible with 480p and 720p HDTV, and features in game Dolby Digital audio. Currently scheduled for release Feb. 2007.

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