Mixed or average reviews - based on 38 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 38
  2. Negative: 0 out of 38
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  1. 100
    Warriors All-Stars is a delight. It’s explicitly a love letter to the Koei Tecmo faithful, and it doesn’t pretend to be otherwise.
  2. Oct 18, 2017
    It's pure fan service, and the story is absolute nonsense, but it's the most fun I have had playing an Omega Force Musou game in a long time. Fans of this long-running series of games will love this, but it won't do much to make anyone looking in give the series a chance.
  3. Sep 8, 2017
    Interesting friendships between varied characters from multiple games, a fun combat system with some welcome additions, and that same soldier stomping fun make Warriors All Stars a solid Musou game.
  4. Aug 29, 2017
    Warriors All-Stars digs deep to bring together a roster of unlikely Koei Tecmo heroes, but the roster just isn't large enough to build your perfect five-person dream team.
  5. Sep 19, 2017
    On one level, it’s incredibly satisfying just to see popular characters from various franchises hanging out with one another. Especially when the franchises are as incredibly different as these – what could William from Nioh possibly have to say to Ayane from Ninja Gaiden? A lot more than one would think, apparently. Beyond the fan-friendly concept, the developers have put together one of the strongest and most playable musou titles, ever, and is a beautiful thing that will satisfy both genre fans and newcomers alike.
  6. Sep 1, 2017
    Warriors All-Stars has quickly become my favourite Warriors game of recent times. The great cast, the huge amount of content and the smattering of unique game mechanics all combine to make a game that’s fun despite its repetitive nature. It’s yet again a ridiculous power fantasy, but this time with more colour, wit and humour. That makes it a winner in my book, despite its couple of missteps.
  7. Aug 29, 2017
    Lack of local multiplayer notwithstanding, Warriors All-Stars is another worthy entry into the Musou series. This is one for fans who want to get a little silly with it and ones who have an affinity for other Koei Tecmo titles.
  8. Aug 30, 2017
    Via licensed musou action (Hyrule Warriors, Dragon Quest Heroes), Omega Foprce finally managed to shake up their own franchises. Don’t expect a groundbreaking paradigm change and if you despise the mass battles you won’t find anything here. But fans will certainly embrace the little tweaks and best-of-attitude that not only shows in the roster but also in the mixture of gameplay elements.
  9. 78
    Despite the absence of the co-op and the free mode, Warriors All-Stars succeeds in bringing fans of the genre a lot of action, imbued with a lot of well known characters from the Koei Tecmo roster.
  10. Sep 11, 2017
    With an enjoyable take on the Musou formula and boasting a fantastic cast of both mainstream and obscure Koei Tecmo characters, Warriors All-Stars is sure to delight a variety of fans and perhaps recruit a few new ones in the process.
  11. Sep 1, 2017
    Warriors All-Stars is a game with plenty of characters from most of successful games from Tecmo Koei. It provides plenty of hour of fun, combats and additional content as the story progress and characters grow stronger. It doesn’t make a difference from similar games but its style and the characters’ mix make this title an interesting proposal to play.
  12. Nov 28, 2017
    Your reaction to Warriors All-Stars will depend on how big of a Musou fan you are. If you're a hardcore fan of the series and have played through many of the main entries and a number of the side titles, then you may be fine with renting this one or getting it when it's cheaper. The crossover appeal and the new mechanics are very nice, but the lack of modes can make this feel incomplete. If you're a more casual fan or new to the series, this is much easier to recommend, as it's a good introduction to past games and prepares you for the changes in the upcoming ninth game in the main series.
  13. Aug 29, 2017
    Another musou from the best studio in this kind of productions, Omega Force, a game granted with a gorgeous selection of Tecmo Koei characters such Ryu Hayabusa, William Adams or Kasumi.
  14. Hobby Consolas
    Aug 29, 2017
    Warriors All-Stars it's 'The Expendables' of the KOEI Tecmo videogames. His characters are his best complaint. A game focused almost exclusively on the musou lovers.
  15. 75
    Unlocking the various story branches to trigger the different endings provides a sense of puzzling to proceedings that adds some welcome depth but while the trimmings have been given a new feel and the varied cast of characters provides some new attraction, Warriors All-Stars is unlikely to draw many new players in. That won’t matter to those with any interest in the game though, as this is exactly what they will have been hoping for since the game was first announced. In short – and I’m sorry to use this, but it fits the bill – fans of the series will absolutely love it.
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 36 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 36
  2. Negative: 6 out of 36
  1. Jul 1, 2018
    As a big Musou fan this was a disappointment. It felt like a step back from previous games in every way. 100% recycled maps from other gamesAs a big Musou fan this was a disappointment. It felt like a step back from previous games in every way. 100% recycled maps from other games and nothing interesting to do on those maps besides take over bases and kill officers. Procedurally generated missions are supposed to pad out the length but can be completely ignored. And the characters are not given their own story lines or missions, they're just all lumped together and you're expected to fight the same storyline missions over and over to get the multiple endings. I got bored halfway through and this is from someone who platinums every other Musou game. Full Review »
  2. Aug 29, 2017
    Warriors All Stars
    Repetetive but Still fun
    Warriors All Stars is a Dynsaty Warriors game where you choose 1 of 12 character all from
    Warriors All Stars
    Repetetive but Still fun
    Warriors All Stars is a Dynsaty Warriors game where you choose 1 of 12 character all from different koei tecmo games, only one of them speaking english.. that being William from nioh.. other than William, if you don’t understand japenese, youll be reading subtitles throughout the entire journey as there are no other English voice actors…
    But the worlds greatest heroes have been summoned to save a world and they cant go back home until they do so, so you set out with your selected hero and your 2 companions to go gather the other heroes that were spread across the land..
    theres a base where you can trade, craft, and accept tasks…
    But theres a map with missions all over it.. main story missions as well as missions to recruit heroes, obtain cards, gold, and materials…
    Depending on the difficulty you play this game on, you may not need to focus much on these side missions that are just more of the same..
    Sticking to the main story will allow you to beat this games campaign in about 10 and a half hours, and story missions gave me plenty of cards and materials to do just this…
    Despite the character you choose at the beginning, you are not stuck with playing as this character…
    you have a team of 3 but you set out to recruit more to eventually have a party of 5..
    Like every other dynasty warriors game your goal is to just get to the main points on the map until victory…
    But as you journey through these maps youll run into monster enemies with a bravery level..
    you have to defeat these monsters to raise your bravery as it resets every battle..
    So it’s a balance of hunting weaker monsters down so you can take down the stronger monsters for the main tasks..
    there are also points on the map you can take over to be able to refill your health for example…
    You play as your groups leader which can be swapped out with any character you recruit before you start a battle…
    while the other 4 follow…
    There are only 12 characters to choose from at the start, but by the campaigns end youll have around 30 to choose from…
    This game impressively feels like it has no loading, when youre ready its ready…
    while youre in battle you can use your 4 characters to do a special move on a cool down meter, but a mechanic I thought was really cool is that also on a cool down meter is the ability to use any of the 4 characters briefly in combat - this allows you to get a feel for them without the commitment of making them leader
    that way its much easier to find your favorite character that suits your play style the most…
    the combat here is fairly simple…
    you have a light attack and heavy attack, you can do and unlock combos as you level up, youre also able to dodge and roll…
    and again use special moves from your allies as well as pull off your own special move from a meter that’s filled by defeating enemies…
    But there is also a rush ability.. activating rush will cause an infinite amount of enemies to storm in while youre invincible and try to kill as many as possible for the best rewards, this rush is also useful for tough to deal with enemies… as they cant stun you or hurt you while you get in some free damage ignoring everything around you if youd like as smaller enemies are just there, posing no threat whatsoever…
    youll also pick up cards off of enemies that can be assigned to your party members to boost their stats, youll also level up their friendship towards you for friendship gifts and to run into them in the bathhouse
    annoyingly though while your party members do level up.. their card will only level up if that character is the leader… almost making cards pretty useless…
    and I only say almost because you can craft and find better cards with slots to add abilities to and slap them on your party members
    And that’s it.. this is the game…if you’ve played 1 battle you’ve played them all… its that repetitive..
    but I still actually enjoyed my time with this game..
    I wasn’t blown away but despite every mission feeling exactly the same, I was having fun all 10 and a half hours
    things did get a little annoying towards the end where id have to actually strategize because it turns into a bit of a baby sitter mode where you can lose the battle and have to restart if an ally dies, but luckily this only happened to me twice through the whole campaign, and I didn’t mind that much having to strategize a little bit..
    There isn’t really anything special here…
    The game is fun, but it’s the same throughout, the story is throwaway,
    Everyone is speaking in Japanese during battles so I had no idea what was going on and couldn’t break my focus to read the text…
    Warrior All Stars is just an okay game
    I give Warrior All Stars
    a 6.5/10
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  3. Jul 1, 2021
    Gameplay is good but repetitive.Storymode is fun but it suffers from non sensible logic.Its as if Koei-Tecmo took the second or third stringGameplay is good but repetitive.Storymode is fun but it suffers from non sensible logic.Its as if Koei-Tecmo took the second or third string writers from Warriors Orochi or Dynasty Warriors and gave them something to do. Full Review »