With an incredible graphic, Samurai 2: Vengeance shows once again the power of iPhone. It could be considered a normal hack and slash, but the story, music and level design give to the game an added value. Gore and violence are present, but the anime-style makes the slow-motion final moves like an artistic view of the death.
The enemy onslaught is intense from the outset, which might be more tolerable if Samurai II could be played with hard buttons. Instead, players are forced to aim for the same smear of finger oil on a glass screen, with no tactile feedback. As a result, missed hits abound.
SummaryThe long-awaited sequel to Samurai: Way of the Warrior has finally arrived on iPhone and iPad! While the original got rave reviews for its stylized manga graphics and quick, bloody gameplay, Samurai II delivers even more action and an intuitive new control scheme.
Samurai: Way of the Warrior was featured in Best Games of 2009 by Apple &...