Game Overview: 0:50
Time Commitment : 4:34
Continue playing? 5:08
Is Dynasty Warriors 7 a brilliant re-imagining of an established property or just a glorified re-release of the same old game? Find out now by watching our review!
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Leisure Gamer Criteria:
Low: Game provides little challenge to the player. Includes a frequent saving feature, it is difficult for you to be defeated, the AI is generally easy to overcome, and/or the player does not need to restart the level if defeated.
Standard: The game offers an average amount of challenge and includes multiple levels of difficultly for the player to choose from, the game saves less frequently than the “low” rating, and the player should expect to replay sections of the level when defeated. The AI offers an immediate amount of resistance and will require the player to adjust to their play style depending on each situation.
High: Game provides a higher degree of difficulty than most titles. The game has a strong learning curve even on the normal setting and offers multiple levels of difficulty. The game might include an infrequent saving feature or the players can expect to play large chucks of levels over again when defeated. The AI provides significant challenge to the player and demands the player to adjust their play style often and quickly.
Afternoon: Best enjoyed in short bursts (like your mother-in-law without all the nagging). Expect to be able to pick up and put down the game within short amounts of time. Both the story and gameplay are best enjoyed without the requirement to sit down for long periods of time and the game does not require a lot of focus.
Evening: The game requires a moderate amount of time during each sitting in order to be enjoyable. Either the story or gameplay are dependent on playing for upwards to an hour. The game requires a medium amount of focus and attention, so please feed your dog before sitting down to the game!
Late-night: The game is going to require a larger amount of time than most. Either the story or gameplay require that you set aside some time. In order to best enjoy the game, a higher degree of focus and attention is required. Grab some dinner, check your email, and turn off your phone, you will want to play for longer than an hour in order to get the complete experience.
Did the game make you want to continue playing?
Absolutely!: Just like your prepubescent infatuation with your middle-school crush, you will be thinking about this game even when you are not playing and wishing you could play for longer when it is time to turn it off. The gameplay and story make the game extremely enjoyable and you might even find yourself giggling at the opportunity to play it.
Yes, but…: A game that possess a great story or fun gameplay, but has certain conditions that need to be met. Maybe the game has a great multiplayer but weak single player, or maybe the game elements combine to make the game one that you could pass up, when you are short on time. A ‘yes, but’ game is worth playing, but doesn’t need to be to be your top priority.
Not really: The game provides a story or gameplay that might be worth exploring but only when you have extra time. You might not always find yourself reaching for the controller when presented with a “not really” game. The game can be passed up for another, unless specific features of the game look appealing to you. In that situation, post your own comments about the game, without calling us ‘complete’ idiots!