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I'm a big fan of the Warriors games. When asked whether I favor the Samurai or the Dynasty series, I always have a tough time because I honestly enjoy playing both. The Orochi games, however, bring these two universes together into an alternate reality with a demon king who threatens to destroy/takeover/enslave the world. Warriors Orochi 3 kicks it up a notch by including 120+ characters... Read Review

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