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Here’s the latest trailer for Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2. The game is slated for the PS3, the Xbox 360 and Wii U. It will be out in Japan by the end of this year.
Tecmo Koei CEO, Yoichi Erikawa, recently said in an interview with Weekly Famitsu that the alpha version of the long-missing game, Ni-Oh! was complete and that work on the game was continuing. But that wasn’t all.
Fist of the North Star is back to punch the crap out of gamers with Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2.
While it was once one of the most popular and well received series in gaming, Dynasty Warriors seems to receive more and more negative feedback with each iteration. This is not due to radical shifts in gameplay and/or tone — as many game sequels are accused of doing — but rather the exact opposite: Negative comments centre around Tecmo Koei’s insistence to stick to the formula that made it a well-known franchise. I’m not so sure, though, that this hate from gamers is justified.
In recent years, the Dynasty Warriors series has found new life by merging its signature gameplay with popular anime; first Gundam, then Fist of the North Star, and now One Piece. But is One Piece: Pirate Warriors just more of the same old hack-and-slash we’ve come to expect, or is there some treasure buried just under the surface?