Third in the Musou Orochi/Warriors Orochi series, bringing together the worlds of Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors and several other Koei Tecmo properties in an ambitious crossover affair as these renowned fighters and the mysterious Mystics take on the mighty Hydra.
The MoeGamer Top 10 of 2020 - It’s New Year’s Eve! In fact, as I type this, it’s New Year’s Day in some places around the world, so if that’s the case, uh, happy new year, and I hope 2021 looks better than the rancid 12 months we’ve all just endured. As is tradition for video gaming-related websites, it is obligatory for … Continue reading The MoeGamer Top 10 of 2020
Waifu Wednesday: Zhenji - By popular request (all right, one person asked for it) it’s time for another Warriors waifu. This week, we take a look at Zhenji, also known as Zhenshi, Zhen Luo, Zhen Fu, Lady Zhen or “the one with the flute”. She’s been a fixture in the Warriors series since Dynasty Warriors 3, and also shows up in the … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Zhenji
Waifu Wednesday: Nene - I’ve been playing a lot of Warriors Orochi 3 lately, so I feel it’s high time we had another Warriors waifu to celebrate. This time around it’s the turn of Nene, a character who has had several names over the years. While she’s known as Nene in the Warriors Orochi series, she’s also been known as One … Continue reading Waifu Wednesday: Nene
Warriors Orochi 3: One Hundred and Forty-Five Warriors Worth One Hundred and Forty-Five Thousand - One of the interesting things about the Warriors Orochi series is quite how many playable characters each installment has had on the roster. And, of course, this is a number that has only expanded over time. In fact, the most recent installment at the time of writing, Warriors Orochi 4, scored itself a fairly meaningless Guinness World … Continue reading Warriors Orochi 3: One Hundred and Forty-Five Warriors Worth One Hundred and Forty-Five Thousand
Warriors Orochi 3: First Steps in a Ruined World - I, if it has not already been made abundantly clear, love the Warriors series as a whole. And I’ve found myself particularly enjoying the Warriors Orochi branch. Warriors Orochi’s core appeal is that it successfully divorces both the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors casts from their original contexts, allowing them to break free from the stories they’ve been telling since … Continue reading Warriors Orochi 3: First Steps in a Ruined World