Do you want less hacking and slashing and more grid-based strategy in your Dynasty Warriors? If so you're in luck, because Dynasty Warriors: Eiketsuden takes Koei Tecmo's series and gives it a more tactical backbone, complete with a turn-based system that will have players attempting to overthrow their enemies. You can see some of the spinoff's characters and strategy in the debut promo after the jump.
If you've ever dreamed of the Dynasty Warriors franchise hitting the big screen, well, there are actually a handful of movies out there that are kind of Warriors-esque! I guess it depends on how much hackin' and slashin' you're looking for, but for the real deal there's an actual Dynasty Warriors: The Movie in production in China. More after the jump.
In a post on the official home page for the Dynasty Warriors series, game developer Akihiro Suzuki of Omega Force (a subdivision of Koei Tecmo) wished fans a festive New Year and hinted at big plans to come in 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
Like chocolate and peanut butter, a union between Dragon Quest and Dynasty Warriors was meant to be. Dragon Quest: Heroes is the latest in Omega Force's red hot run of new releases which expand the boundaries of their tried-and-true platform. Come see how worlds collide, both figuratively and literally, after the jump!
Koei Tecmo announced plans to release the PS Vita version of Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires in the west as a digital download. The portable version of Empires—which first hit PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One earlier this year—hits North America on November 24 and Europe on November 25. More after the jump.
A game where heroes can defeat entire armies meets an anime where that is pretty much the threshold for being a relevant character. Pirate Warriors 3 is a simple, cleverly adapted take on One Piece by studio that brings you Dynasty Warriors. Check out the many things they did right, after the jump!
Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires originally debuted in Japan last November, with a western release following not too far behind in February of this year. This week's issue of Famitsu magazine reveals its next stop as PS Vita, where it will arrive with all its DLC and ad-hoc play. More after the jump.