Samurai Warriors 5 pairs a more expressive art style and character-centric storytelling with classic Musou action, to great effect.
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Yasuke, the legendary African samurai who served as a retainer to Nobunaga Oda, joins the cast of Samurai Warriors 5.
As direct sequel to Persona 5 that cleverly mixes its influences, Persona 5 Strikers is one of the most ambitious Warriors crossovers yet.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a Breath of the Wild twist on Warriors action that lets Zelda be the star of her own story.
Warriors Orochi 4 puts a focus on momentum and rhythm in its combat system, and in doing so, finds its own niche within the Warriors franchise.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 combines the hectic fun of a Warriors game with the eccentric characters and enchanting world of One Piece, and now it’s available on Switch.
Hyrule Warriors is back for another round on Switch, complete with all DLC. There’s not much here that’s new, but on a handheld system that can handle it, this is the game at its best.
Attack on Titan 2 offers up exhilarating, momentum-based combat with massive enemies, but its retelling of the Attack on Titan story is very uneven and doesn’t fare well for newcomers to the series.
The shift to an open-world format does wonders for Dynasty Warriors 9, delivering the richest, most beautiful take on Romance of the Three Kingdoms yet.
Samurai Warriors has long been the go-to series for Sengoku-era history, and it doubles down on that in Spirit of Sanada – to great effect.