Asura’s Wrath – ps3

7.6

Asura’s Wrath is a hack and slash game with a story inspired by Asian Mythology and sci-fi backdrop. The game is being developed by CyberConnect2, makers of the .hack and naruto series.

GenreAction Adventure
Platforms
ps3


DEVELOPER CyberConnect2 | PUBLISHER Codemasters | RELEASE DATE


Asura’s Wrath Reviews ps3


7.6

everyeye.it review
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7.6

3djuegos.com review
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7.6

incgamers.com review
Asura’s Wrath is, without doubt, one of those games that some people will love for one reason and others will hate for the very same reason. I say embrace the madness and run with it. Let your inhibitions regarding quick-time events and cut-scene heavy games go and, if you like the kind of anime this is based on, you might just find a gem. I did.
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7.6

multiplayer.it review
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7.6

ign.com review
I can’t help but love Asura’s Wrath for having the bravery to try something completely new. It sets out to be a new kind of interactive animation, and it succeeds completely at that. But a game this light on actual content is difficult to justify as a full-price release; it’s style over substance, and some players will feel cheated by the paucity of actual gameplay in amongst the six hours of brilliant spectacle. You should absolutely play Asura’s Wrath, because it’s an experience like no other, but be aware of what it is before you put down your cash.
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7.6

spaziogames.it review
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7.6

thesixthaxis.com review
Visually, though, Asura’s Wrath is impressive – it’s a sublime look akin to the cel-shaded Prince of Persia game, though a lot more defined. The juxtaposition of the Asian fantasy setting on the planet, with the sci-fi setting above is brilliant and does wonders for the style, allowing for a very colourful, explosive game. The music also fits perfectly and is often majestic, accompanied by the ridiculous (but true to the style) voice acting.
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7.6

metro.co.uk review
At that point we’ll be no doubt pretending to ourselves that all of what we’ve just told you is wrong and that this really is the best, most joyously unconventional game we’ve played in years. It is, in a way, but its bizarre imagination is too inconsistent to justify such a short and often uninteractive experience.

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7.6

pushsquare.com review
Download the demo — if you like what you see and are satisfied with the amount you actually play, then Asura’s Wrath could be worthy of a place in your collection. Asura’s Wrath is uncompromising, testing the limits of what a game is, and in taking this approach it’s a compelling, often invigorating, piece of software. However, at just six hours long — a couple of hours longer if you want to unlock absolutely everything by gaining S ranks on each episode and choose to watch every cut scene again — with gameplay that amounts to far less than that time might suggest, it’s a tough sell as a full price title.
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