Games of the Year

Onimusha: Warlords

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Capcom’s riveting samurai adventure returns! This version includes the original game’s intense swordplay and dramatic revenge story, plus a host of enhancements. Improved controls allow players to move and fight with analog-stick precision. The crisp, high-definition visuals support 16:9 widescreen as well as the original 4:3 resolution display. A new soundtrack brings the feudal Japan setting to life with an air of authenticity and intrigue. Experience this enhanced version of the best-selling action-adventure classic! Relive the sword-swinging, demon-fighting glory of legendary hero Samanosuke in this exhilarating adventure through the war-ravaged, monster-ridden lands of fictional feudal Japan. Originally released in 2001 and spectacularly remastered for current-gen consoles, Onimusha: Warlords features stunning HD graphics, newly recorded voice acting, and a brand new soundtrack ready to captivate and excite a new generation of audiences.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

We want Jubei Yagyu and Jacques Blanc.

Review from Steam

"Onimusha HD Collection"
Any time now, Capcom.

Review from Steam

PLEASE bring Onimusha 2 and 3 to steam (they got rid of 3 on steam).
You can't skip cutscenes, the only major flaw this game has, can be a deal breaker for some.

Review from Steam

WHERE ARE THE ONIMUSHA REMAKES CAPCOM, GIVE US REMAKES YOU COWARDS!

Review from Steam

Remaster the others capcom.

Review from Steam

In a year that gave us bonafide classics like Metal Gear Solid 2, Final Fantasy X, and Silent Hill 2, Onimusha carries as much nostalgia for me; tank controls, fixed camera angles, pre-rendered backgrounds, cinematic cutscenes, 80KB save files, and those 3 day rentals at Blockbuster. Easily describable as part Resident Evil and part Devil May Cry taking place in a fictionalized Battle of Okehazama. A short game, about 3-5 hours, speedrunnable with the unfortunate oversight of unskippable cutscenes, with the usual fare of multiple difficulties, secret areas, and unlockable costumes. Not the greatest remaster, it has to be said, but usually $10 or less on sale, for a slice of 2001.

Review from Steam

This is probably my favorite game series of all time. It's like Resident Evil, but in Samurai era Japan. The story is great, there are interesting enemies to fight, it has great puzzles, and the achievements aren't impossible to get. I've heard some complain about the controls, but if you play long enough, you get used to them. My personal favorite is Onimusha 2, with Jubei as the main character, mainly due to the long length and gift-exchange system. Hopefully, they decide to remaster all of them and even (fingers crossed) develop a new one for next-gen systems/PC. Long live Samanosuke Akechi!

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