The mythology of the OROCHI universe expands with a new main storyline, which brings the heroes together again into the chaos of battle as they are summoned upon by a mysterious stone.
This is officially my third time reviewing this game, and each time I come back to the latest updated edition, I fall in love all over again. The Orochi series is more of a celebration of past Warriors games than a numbered title that falls in line with either the Dynasty or Samurai games. This hybrid, which mixes heroes from both of those franchises as well as throwing in some sweet surprises from Tecmo's other games, like Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden, or Achilles from Warriors: Legends of Troy, is a fan's wet dream. Ultimate brings it home with an extensive, near nausea-inducing amount of content, with new characters, new chapters, new items and new modes. For an overview of the core game, you can head on over to my Warriors Orochi 3 review, and even check out the... Read Review