This is the website for Way of the Samurai 3, what drops Oct 13 for PS3 and 360
. Its chock full of trailers, character information, and THE WHOLE MANUAL in pdf format! SQUEEEEEE! Oddly enough, they play up an idea of good vs evil, though traditionally, its not even about that on such certain terms. Meh. Sometimes you've got to pander, I guess.
We're only three weeks away from, personally, the most anticipated game of the last two years. Its lunchtime here, and I don't want to get off on too much of a muse but I've been thinking about the games that I chose to be my landmark titles for this holiday season.
In an effort to be mad frugal, I'm limiting my MUST-HAVE list to Muramasa (check), Scribblenauts (Check) and the nearly upon us Way of the Samurai 3 (Aw YEAH!). What I've notice din my personal selections is that I'm pretty hot for some pretty janky, potentially busted, great but flawed games. Sure fire, polished-by-resources-and-pedigree games like ODST, Brutal Legends, Uncharted and Left 4 Dead 2 are very solidly on my "maybe" list.
I mean, I'm a gamer, yeah? I've been doing this games thing for a long time, and I KNOW that those Triple-A titles are going to deliver this prestine, gaming experience that should be very hard to complain about at that basic skeleton of a game level. Maybe I like busted games as an unconsious rule? Or maybe, I love rooting for the little guy so much that control and presentation deficiency isn't a blocker for me.
Well, whatever. All I know is that arcade hand-drawn samurai action is fun, summoning an engineer to flip switches is brilliant, and forging my own blade from the pieces of other blades is something I'm REALLY looking forward to!