History VIdeoGame / SamuraiWarriors

16th Sep '17 2:24:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''Samurai Warriors Chronicles'' / ''Sengoku Musou Chronicle'' (Nintendo3DS, 2011)

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* ''Samurai Warriors Chronicles'' / ''Sengoku Musou Chronicle'' (Nintendo3DS, (UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, 2011)
1st Sep '17 10:14:12 PM sayaleviathan
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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: As of ''Spirit of Sanada'', there are 61 characters who are playable. If you include the important [=NPCs=] with unique character designs, the count would triple.
20th Aug '17 10:17:29 AM Phoenixion
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* ShroudedInMyth: Meta-wise, this seems to be occassional problem with story-telling in ''Samurai Warriors'' games. Unlike ''Dynasty Warriors'' that has ''Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms'' and more historically-accurate ''Records of the Three Kingdoms'' as material sources, ''Samurai Warriors'' has very few historical informations as material sources, so Koei has to improvise a lot for many characters' story mode.
28th Jul '17 7:16:35 AM Phoenixion
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* {{Ninja}}: Kunoichi, Hanzo, Kotaro, and Nene. There are also ninja mooks.

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* {{Ninja}}: Kunoichi, Hanzo, Kotaro, and Nene. There are also ninja mooks. As of ''4'', there are even officers with "Ninja Master" model and armed with Ninjato and have Ninjato movesets, usually from Sanada (alluding Sanada Ten Braves) or Hojo (alluding Fuuma Clan). In ''Spirit of Sanada'', Sanada Clan has ''three'' officers with NonStandardCharacterDesign who story-wise are ninja and gameplay-wise are armed with Ninjato and have Ninjato movesets. Even better: one of these three characters is a ''BadassGrandpa'' Ninja!
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: As of ''4'', there are many generics with unique design, usually they are daimyo or important characters in history. Even Hideyori, who has exactly one appearance (Osaka Campaign) also got unique character design. In ''Spirit of Sanada'', '''[[UpToEleven plenty]]''' of generics under Sanada, Takeda, and Toyotomi have unique design; to the point that the only thing that make them generics is their katana/spear/ninjato moveset. There are also few generics with unique design outside these three clans.
16th Jul '17 8:21:04 AM Phoenixion
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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In ''4'', since the story mode is now faction-specific rather than character-specific, they give more focus to the development of the clan while CharacterDevelopment only occasionally appears. Except for Sanada. Notably, it's the ''only'' story mode that gives more focus to the relationship between Sanada brothers and few other characters like Ina, Keiji, Kanetsugu, and Mitsunari. The development of Sanada clan in the story is only vaguely referenced in the narrative. In the story itself, perhaps, only Nobuyuki who always cares about their clan's future while Yukimura is too pre-occupied with his PowerOfFriendship ideals with Kanetsugu and Mitsunari (except when his home in Ueda was invaded by Tokugawa, twice[[note]]Even then, Kanetsugu and Mitsunari supported him in the first Ueda battle. Whereas the second Ueda battle only occurs because the trio devise a plan together to defeat the Eastern Army. So yeah, it's still more about his PowerOfFriendship than his care for his clan.[[/note]]). And when his PowerOfFriendship fails, the only thing's left for Yukimura is his fighting resolve that demands him to die in Osaka Campaign.

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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In ''4'', since the story mode is now faction-specific rather than character-specific, they give more focus to the development of the clan while CharacterDevelopment only occasionally appears. Except for Sanada. Notably, it's the ''only'' story mode that gives more focus to the relationship between Sanada brothers and few other characters like Ina, Keiji, Kanetsugu, and Mitsunari. The development of Sanada clan in the story is only vaguely referenced in the narrative. In the story itself, perhaps, only Nobuyuki who always cares about their clan's future while Yukimura is too pre-occupied with his PowerOfFriendship ideals with Kanetsugu and Mitsunari (except when his home in Ueda was invaded by Tokugawa, twice[[note]]Even then, Kanetsugu and Mitsunari supported him in the first Ueda battle. Whereas the second Ueda battle only occurs because the trio devise a plan together to defeat the Eastern Army. So yeah, it's still more about his PowerOfFriendship than his care for his clan.[[/note]]). And when his PowerOfFriendship fails, the only thing's left for Yukimura is his fighting resolve that demands him to die in Osaka Campaign.
16th Jul '17 6:04:44 AM Phoenixion
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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In ''4'', since the story mode is now faction-specific rather than character-specific, they give more focus to the development of the clan while CharacterDevelopment only occasionally appears. Except for Sanada. Notably, it's the ''only'' story mode that gives more focus to the relationship between Sanada brothers and few other characters like Ina, Keiji, Kanetsugu, and Mitsunari. The development of Sanada clan in the story is only vaguely referenced in the narrative. In the story itself, perhaps, only Nobuyuki who always cares about their clan's future while Yukimura is too busy with his PowerOfFriendship ideals with Kanetsugu and Mitsunari (except when his home in Ueda was invaded by Tokugawa, twice[[note]]Even then, Kanetsugu and Mitsunari supported him in the first Ueda battle. Whereas the second Ueda battle only occurs because the trio devise a plan together to defeat the Eastern Army. So yeah, it's still more about his PowerOfFriendship than his care for his clan.[[/note]]).

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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In ''4'', since the story mode is now faction-specific rather than character-specific, they give more focus to the development of the clan while CharacterDevelopment only occasionally appears. Except for Sanada. Notably, it's the ''only'' story mode that gives more focus to the relationship between Sanada brothers and few other characters like Ina, Keiji, Kanetsugu, and Mitsunari. The development of Sanada clan in the story is only vaguely referenced in the narrative. In the story itself, perhaps, only Nobuyuki who always cares about their clan's future while Yukimura is too busy pre-occupied with his PowerOfFriendship ideals with Kanetsugu and Mitsunari (except when his home in Ueda was invaded by Tokugawa, twice[[note]]Even then, Kanetsugu and Mitsunari supported him in the first Ueda battle. Whereas the second Ueda battle only occurs because the trio devise a plan together to defeat the Eastern Army. So yeah, it's still more about his PowerOfFriendship than his care for his clan.[[/note]]). And when his PowerOfFriendship fails, the only thing's left for Yukimura is his fighting resolve that demands him to die in Osaka Campaign.
16th Jul '17 6:01:13 AM Phoenixion
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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In ''4'', since the story mode is now faction-specific rather than character-specific, they give more focus to the development of the clan while CharacterDevelopment only occasionally appears. Except for Sanada. Notably, it's the ''only'' story mode that gives more focus to the relationship between Sanada brothers and few other characters like Ina, Keiji, Kanetsugu, and Mitsunari. The development of Sanada clan in the story is only vaguely referenced in the narrative. In the story itself, perhaps, only Nobuyuki who always cares about their clan's future while Yukimura is too busy with his PowerOfFriendship ideals with Kanetsugu and Mitsunari (except when his home in Ueda was invaded by Tokugawa, twice[[note]]Even then, Kanetsugu and Mitsunari supported him in the first Ueda battle. Whereas the second Ueda battle only occurs because the trio devise a plan together to defeat the Eastern Army. So yeah, it's still more about his PowerOfFriendship than his care for his clan.[[/note]]).



* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In ''4'', since the story mode is now faction-specific rather than character-specific, they give more focus to the development of the clan while CharacterDevelopment only occasionally appears. Except for Sanada. Notably, it's the ''only'' story mode that gives more focus to the relationship between Sanada brothers and few other characters like Ina, Keiji, Kanetsugu, and Mitsunari. The development of Sanada clan in the story is only vaguely referenced in the narrative. In the story itself, perhaps, only Nobuyuki who always cares about their clan's future while Yukimura is too busy with his PowerOfFriendship ideals with Kanetsugu and Mitsunari (except when his home in Ueda was invaded by Tokugawa, twice).
16th Jul '17 5:56:17 AM Phoenixion
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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In ''4'', since the story mode is now faction-specific rather than character-specific, they give more focus to the development of the clan while CharacterDevelopment only occasionally appears. Except for Sanada. Notably, it's the ''only'' story mode that gives more focus to the relationship between Sanada brothers and few other characters like Ina, Keiji, Kanetsugu, and Mitsunari. The development of Sanada clan in the story is only vaguely referenced in the narrative. In the story itself, perhaps, only Nobuyuki who always cares about their clan's future while Yukimura is too busy with his PowerOfFriendship ideals with Kanetsugu and Mitsunari (except when his home in Ueda was invaded by Tokugawa, twice).
12th Jul '17 11:58:41 PM DrZulu2010
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* DownerEnding: Spirit of Sanada. [[spoiler: It is a ForegoneConclusion after all.]]
6th Jul '17 7:40:26 PM BattleMaster
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* StealthPun: While present since the series started, one of the loading screens for ''Spirit of Sanada'' points out that defeated enemy ninjas will sometimes drop [[Anime/NinjaScroll scrolls]].
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