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The idea of a Saints Row: The Third-esque samurai game is quite intriguing. When I first witnessed Way of the Samurai 4, that’s what I thought the game was – an over-the-top open world romp where you could mess around and just have a blast. After actually playing the game, I can certainly attest to the fact that it’s a crazy action-adventure experience with plenty of... Read Review

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