- Summary: In Dynasty Warriors 9, players will explore China as it existed when feudal warlords vied for dominance over the land -- the waning days of the Han dynasty and emergence of the Three Kingdoms era. Setting out to complete various objectives, players will utilise an unprecedented world map toIn Dynasty Warriors 9, players will explore China as it existed when feudal warlords vied for dominance over the land -- the waning days of the Han dynasty and emergence of the Three Kingdoms era. Setting out to complete various objectives, players will utilise an unprecedented world map to navigate and traverse a variety of different landscapes ranging from vast plains to snow-covered peaks presented with dynamic day/night and weather cycles. Exploring these impressive environments is made more engaging through the ability to adapt to surroundings to gain an upper hand in battle, with players able to use equipment to circumvent obstacles or blend in to avoid conflict.… Expand
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Dynasty Warriors 9 - Gameplay Trailer
Feb 13, 2018Koei Tecmo has done a remarkable job of telling the many stories of the many people that make Romance of the Three Kingdoms such a compelling book and period of history, and the beautiful cinematic consistency makes it the most perfect realisation of everything Koei Tecmo has been aiming for with this series over many years now.
Feb 13, 2018The fact of the matter is that Dynasty Warriors 9 works as an experiment. This is Omega Force’s first attempt at an open-world title, and though not every aspect is great, it is a package that over-delivers where it counts and that, at its core, retains and improves upon the original hack and slash experience.
Playstation Official Magazine UKFeb 26, 2018This is a big game. Sadly, it's not all of the highest quality. Sometimes less is more. [March 2018, p.94]
Feb 13, 2018Dynasty Warriors 9 felt more like an experiment than a single, cohesive experience. At times it felt like Dynasty Warriors, sometimes an open world RPG, occasionally neither and sometimes both. But if Omega Force learns from this endeavor and buckles down for the next entry, the result could be spectacular.
Feb 17, 2018A inovação que o jogo precisava, nova mecanica de combate, personagens, o roteiro bem expandido. Várias Horas de Gameplay. EU ADOREI QUEM NAOA inovação que o jogo precisava, nova mecanica de combate, personagens, o roteiro bem expandido. Várias Horas de Gameplay. EU ADOREI QUEM NAO GOSTOU É SÓ MORRER, BEIJO… Expand
Feb 13, 2018Gameplay is, without a doubt, the best the series, with gameplay more akin to DMC. Story's presentation is fine. Graphics are a mixed bag,Gameplay is, without a doubt, the best the series, with gameplay more akin to DMC. Story's presentation is fine. Graphics are a mixed bag, looking great in some areas and laughable in others. Optimization is poor.
It's what the franchise needed.… Expand
Feb 16, 2018Definitely not as bad as you think.
I have played every Warriors/Musou game released in the west. Some are good, some are bad. Being aDefinitely not as bad as you think.
I have played every Warriors/Musou game released in the west. Some are good, some are bad.
Being a longtime fan of the series I looked forward to Dynasty Warriors 9 quite a lot.
Started playing the game a couple of days ago and first impressions were really bad.
Horrible frame rate, worst voice acting since DW2, repetitive combat even by Warriors standard and overall a disappointing experience. I'm also not a big fan of open-world games anymore, since it's in every damn game nowadays. And the world in DW9 is kinda boring.
The only thing I could think of while playing the first hour was: "this is not the game I've been waiting for since DW8, almost 5 years ago".
But then the patch came out and the framerate got a lot better, and I gave it a few more hours, and oh boy the game got better. The combat is kinda smooth and the new combo system is quite nice. I like the way the story is handled, kinda interesting to see a new way of telling the same old story in Dynasty Warriors. The big open-world is still boring but it's starting to grow on me, especially since it's the only gameworld where I really feel like i'm taking part in a huge battlefield.
Even with it's ups and downs, I do respect Omega Force for trying something new.
It might not be the Dynasty Warriors 9 I wanted, and compared to Dynasty Warriors 8 it's a step back, but if you're a fan of Warriors/Musou like me, then give it a try. It gets better, you just gotta give it some time.
Just remember to change the voices to japanese or chinese.… Expand
Mar 11, 2018I can not believe how they managed to create this mess.
First off the open world is an interesting aspect but it falls short as there isI can not believe how they managed to create this mess.
First off the open world is an interesting aspect but it falls short as there is nothing in between locations, bases are generic that involve killing 2 or 4 units and the castle battle are just insulting, the grapple feature just breaks the game allowing players to jump over walls and killing the general inside, sadly this makes up most of the game as enemies will not pursue you nor attempt to stop you from beating up the lifeless general inside. The other issue that I have personally found is that the generals don't render in, my character is batting off enemies while waiting for the general to pop in and then as the said general is the only thing worth fighting.
The game feels completely empty, they should have named the game Chinese horse riding simulator with occasional gathering and fighting. Now fighting itself is dead as a doornail in this entry to the series. Mash 1 button with occasional Musou attack and that's it, while they have reintroduced archery most arrows will bounce off their targets and mainly serves to shoot wild animals for materials. Fishing is also a sad joke, mash 1 button and tada fish. The hideaway mechanic seemed like a good idea at first but mostly it serve's to remind you how empty the game is, and inviting officers over to bond revolves of them asking "Feed Me" and if you remembered to buy a stove, you are now playing how to make a cat like you simulator.
My final note, this game has so much potential but as it stands right now id suggest holding off until they add more to the game, I hope if they continue making Extreme legends and Empires. My first suggestion is, get rid off that grappling hook or limit it to mountain climbing. Second, add more objectives to sieges and for the love of god improve the A.I… Expand
Feb 14, 2018I was a bit looking forward to this game but I had my doubts. Lots of it, and unfortunately my doubts became real. The game was meant toI was a bit looking forward to this game but I had my doubts. Lots of it, and unfortunately my doubts became real. The game was meant to refresh the series from stagnant mechanics and this one struck the series across its legs and cause the entire series to collapse. I don't think this the series will survive this latest installment.… Expand
Apr 28, 2018They **** it up in the pursuit of money. "Open world," pulled the weapons so they could sell them as DLC, Koei Tecmo is absolute moneyThey **** it up in the pursuit of money. "Open world," pulled the weapons so they could sell them as DLC, Koei Tecmo is absolute money grubbing trash, we hate them.… Expand
Aug 5, 2018DW9 is major step back for the series. The devs have taken a flamethrower to everything that was good about DW in pursuit of making it an openDW9 is major step back for the series. The devs have taken a flamethrower to everything that was good about DW in pursuit of making it an open world game. The graphics are spotty. The music soundtrack is decent at times but get repetitive at times. The character animations are often creepy.
The customization options are poor. DW9 is basically broken at this point and is riddled with major technical problems. Including a major bug which prevents you from finishing the chapter you're on. Then you have no choice except to start the chapter all over again from the beginning. Unacceptable!
Koei's priorities for DW9 seem to be in updating the photo mode and adding costumes rather than fixing this game. Which goes to show you how out of touch they are with their fan base. Hopefully DW10 drops open world and returns back to the previous story based modes.… Expand