Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate PSN
In the final chapter, the coalition confront the Hydra again, who is defeated with the help of Yashio'ori. The Hydra then reforms to eight Orochi clones and later a final Orochi X form. While battling them, the coalition also have to gain the trust of Susanoo, who is not yet willing to let the problem fall into the mortal's hands. The game has three endings, which are unlocked through certain requirements. The "Normal" ending has the coalition finally being able to destroy Hydra. The "Good" ending is essentially the same, although the warriors then make pledge to rule the land together in peace. In the "True" ending, after Orochi X is defeated, the dimensional world begins to crumble, as Orochi's existence is the only thing that supports the world; defeating him means the end of the world. The mystics band their powers to send the warriors back to their own original time, saving them at the cost of their memories in the dimensional world.
Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate PSN
The expanded story in the Ultimate update is continued from the "Good" ending of the original game, thus forgoing the "True" ending. Da Ji and the rest of the Demon Army have broken out from the coalition and are now traversing the dimensional world. They are attracted to a magical stone they found during their journey, which is revealed to be the sealed form of Mae Tamamo, a mystic who possesses a mysterious mirror, the Shinkyō, which has the ability to seal anyone who comes into contact with it and to create doppelgangers. Allying herself with Da Ji, Tamamo seals many warriors of the Three Kingdoms and Sengoku period and create doppelgangers of them, causing chaos and conflict within the Coalition. The mystics, who have gone to the mystic realm since the Hydra's defeat, descend once more to help the warriors. Depending on the progression, the player may finish the game's story in Chapter 6, which ends in the release of the sealed warriors and Tamamo's defeat and subsequent sealing as the stone again by the mystics. Otherwise, while the sealed warriors are released, Tamamo is not yet defeated, and the story continues to Chapter 7.
In an attempt to stop Tamamo from causing further conflicts, the warriors will need her own magic mirror, the Shinkyō to seal her. Through Kaguya's powers combined with Fu Xi's memories, the warriors travel far back in time in the mystic realm, when Orochi had not existed yet. The mystic realm is ruled by Tiandi, who is the original possessor of the Shinkyō and had used it to seal demons. The warriors meet with the mystic Yinglong, who is fooled by Tamamo into believing that the Emperor had used the Shinkyō to control the demons. He starts a rebellion against the Emperor and eventually manages to steal the mirror, This act causes him to be corrupted by the mirror's evil power, which transforms him into Orochi, who proceeds to go to the human realm to commit various evil acts after having killed the half-mystic Nezha. The Emperor, having learned of Tamamo's plans, gratefully lends the warriors the Shinkyō. Back in the present time, the warriors use the mirror against Tamamo, but this only makes her revert to her true form, the Kyūbi no Kitsune, who confronts the warriors in the final battle. The Ultimate update has two endings in addition to the three mentioned above, the first of which is the aforementioned "Normal" ending where Tamamo is sealed without having reverted to her true form. In this ending the warriors continue to live their life in peace in the dimensional world. The second ending is similar to the "True" ending of the original game, where, after having sealed Kyūbi, the mystics band their powers to send the warriors to their original timeline; however, the dimensional world seems to stay intact, unlike the original game.
For a long time now, some fans have been calling out for a mode that's more akin to a fighting game, and funnily enough, Ultimate has it. The aptly named duel mode sees two teams of three go head to head in a small arena. You'll be locked on to your opponent so that there's a fighting genre feel, but other than that, the mechanics stay largely the same. You can face off against computer controlled combatants or take the fight online, and while it's a fun distraction, there's no denying that the mostly unchanged combat system simply doesn't translate too well into a more traditional brawler. As such, some warriors sport annoyingly broken movesets or overpowered attacks, which makes the whole mode feel a bit tacked on.
I picked up DW8XL complete edition as I recall way back in the past I really enjoyed dynasty warriors, unfortunately though I just couldn't get into the game. For others it might be a great genre but my recent escapade was pretty tedious due to repetition. I was maybe hoping for a game that was a bit more tactical. I don't see myself picking this or any other warriors game anytime soon.
Set in a parallel universe created by the suddenly appearing Serpent King Orochi, players can enjoy the refreshing action of mighty warriors in the tactical action game series WARRIORS OROCHI. The series is full of unique components such as an original story with heroes from the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors series and a three-man team battle mode.
Fans will experience WARRIORS OROCHI 3 in a brand new light as they enter the fray with the implementation of new generation console features, new storylines and scenarios. There is enough new gameplay content and depth of replayability to satisfy warriors of all levels including special cross over characters such as Sophitia from the SOULCALIBUR series and battle stages from ATELIER, DYNASTY WARRIORS, NINJA GAIDEN Sigma 2 and SAMURAI WARRIORS. The next evolution of the OROCHI universe, WARRIORS OROCHI 3 Ultimate, awaits fans.
Set several years after the events of Warriors Orochi 2, with a decisive battle against a multi-headed serpent known as the Hydra. the Hydra, as well as the re-appearance of Kiyomori, has once again thrust the once peaceful world back into chaos. Many warriors are killed, and the serpent appears to be unbeatable. However, the Moon Princess Kaguya appears and uses the power of time travel to send back the last remaining generals - Hanbei Takenaka, Sima Zhao and Ma Chao - to the past to save their fallen comrades.
Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate is the second port of Warriors Orochi 3, which was first ported over to the Nintendo Wii U. Sporting a new game mode and even more new characters, is this truly the ultimate edition of a franchise that churns out new entries almost as frequently as Call of Duty?
Set in a parallel universe created by the suddenly appearing Serpent King Orochi, players can enjoy the refreshing action of mighty warriors in the tactical action game series WARRIORS OROCHI. The series is full of unique components such as an original story with heroes from the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors series and a three-man team battle mode.Players can fully enjoy the dramatic story WARRIORS OROCHI 3's many heroes even more with new characters who can participate in battle and additional scenarios. Additionally, many new components, such as new actions, and a new 'Gauntlet Mode,' in which players can enjoy a party battle have been added, making this truly the ultimate WARRIORS OROCHI 3.
The story begins several years after Orochi's death, when the warriors involved in the conflict live in relative peace. However, Orochi's raw power creates the form of the giant, eight-headed Hydra. The apparently unbeatable monster brings chaos to the world once again, and in the chaos, the many warriors are either killed or scattered into parts unknown. When all hope seems lost, Kaguya is able to use her time reversing powers to rescue three warriors that survived a last-ditch battle with the monster; Sima Zhao, Ma Chao, and Hanbei Takenaka. Given a second chance, these warriors must travel into the past and recruit others in order to alter the future and improve the odds. However, they are limited in that they can only travel back to times and places in the past that someone in the group actually experienced, and are further limited in that they can only travel as far back as the Hydra's first appearance due to the interference it causes in the timeline. 041b061a72