Another year, another slew of Warriors games from our pals at Koei Tecmo. If you’ve played any one of the Warriors games in series past, you’ll already get the idea of what you’ll be doing in Warriors Orochi 4, but that doesn’t diminish the pure dumb fun it has to offer. Taking the role of one of many different war heroes, you’ll be smashing your way through thousands of small foot soldiers with unique weapons, a light tactics system, and with the occasional boss fight thrown in. If that sounds like that suits your fancy, then read on.
Warriors Orochi 4 by far has the most content I’ve ever seen in a Dynasty Warriors style game, ever. Warriors Orochi brings together every character from both Samurai Warriors, and Dynasty Warriors (two other Koei Tecmo series, for the unacquainted.) If you’re trying to count in your head, don’t bother, this come out to be a total of 175 different unique playable characters in the game. Spread these guys over 70 different missions, and you’ve got a massive amount of content in your story mode alone. For those who might be worried, every single character is unlockable through the campaign, so no need to crack open your wallets just yet.