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Dynasty Warriors publisher gauging interest from PC gamers

Dynasty Warriors publisher gauging interest from PC gamers

Will PC gamers be able to experience the thrill of murdering tens of thousands of men that aimlessly wait around, waiting for you to cut them with a giant sword? Koei has asked fans on its Facebook page how many of them were PC gamers, noting that "we just want to know how many so we can see what we can do."

Read more: PC version of Dynasty Warriors 8 being considered »

"Like any other port from console, as long as the port is competent, I would give the PC port ..."
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Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends coming to PS4

Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends coming to PS4

What will the next generation of consoles change about the Dynasty Warriors series? Well, you'll get better graphics and even more dudes to slash away at. Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends has been announced for PS4, and it'll be available in Japan in time for the console's February 22nd launch across the Pacific.

No US release has been announced yet, but these games typically find their way Stateside. The "Xtreme Legends" version will also be available on PS3 and Vita--albeit with less dudes to hack away at.

Watch: Next-gen Dynasty Warriors gameplay »

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One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 coming to PS3 this summer

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 coming to PS3 this summer

Namco Bandai's One Piece-flavored Dynasty Warriors game is getting a sequel. One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 will expand upon the button-mashing original, with new characters and new stages. Like before, it will release exclusively on PlayStation Network--however, it's currently unclear if both PS3 and Vita versions will make the move stateside. Namco Bandai plans on releasing the game this summer.

Read more: New special moves, 'what if' mode »

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One Piece: Pirate Warriors preview: copying a dynasty

One Piece: Pirate Warriors preview: copying a dynasty

If you've played Dynasty Warriors, then you already know what to expect. One Piece: Pirate Warriors is yet another iteration using Omega Force's reliable formula--this time, featuring One Piece characters.

As in other Dynasty Warriors games, your main defense is a good offense. Namely, you want to defeat seemingly endless waves of enemies. There are two types of basic attacks: a weak attack that's fast with shorter range, and a strong attack that's slower with wider range. Luffy has access to a number of combos, and a special meter that builds up with each successive hit. When your special meter is full, you can unleash a special themed attack, perfect for when you are surrounded by enemies, or have to fight an enemy boss.

Read more: No English dub for the US »

"Dubs are usually horrible anyways. I wish there was a way to get it without psn"
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One Piece: Pirate Warriors and ThunderCats coming in September

One Piece: Pirate Warriors and ThunderCats coming in September

One Piece and ThunderCats are coming this September, Namco Bandai has announced. (And sorry, we don't mean this is a cross-over game featuring Luffy and Lion-O.)

One Pice: Pirate Warriors is a Dynasty Warriors game inspired by the popular anime series, and it will be available exclusively on the PlayStation Network on September 25th. ThunderCats is based on the popular animated series, and will be available on the Nintendo DS on the same day.

Watch: Luffy faces off an army »

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One Piece: Pirate Warriors coming to PS3, from Dynasty Warriors dev

One Piece: Pirate Warriors coming to PS3, from Dynasty Warriors dev

What happens when Omega Force, developers of the Dynasty Warriors franchise, makes a game based on the popular anime series, One Piece? You get a One Piece game that looks and plays like a Dynasty Warriors game, of course.

Namco Bandai has announced One Piece: Pirate Warriors, a localized version of One Piece: Kaizoku Musou. The game will be available exclusively on the PlayStation Network later this year.

Watch: Luffy, Zoro and Nami join the battle»

"Looks like it's pretty much everything up to the execution of ace."
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Dynasty Warriors Next confirmed for Vita launch

Dynasty Warriors Next confirmed for Vita launch

The previously announced Dynasty Warriors Vita game has been given an official title and North American release date. Dubbed "Dynasty Warriors Next," the game is set to hit our shores on February 22, alongside the domestic launch of the Vita itself.

The game uses a mix of traditional button controls along with Vita features like the front touch-screen, rear touch-pad, and motion sensor for combat.

Read more: More Vita functionality detailed »

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