Okay. So you've borrowed Dynasty Warriors from a friend, wondering why he isn't playing it but instead allowing you to play it. You're soon to find out. You are taken into a, totally honest, shabby lobby. The confusion will get you to grudginly select some strange, corny named game mode. After 20 minutes of loading, confusing "strategy" setup screens, and choppy cutscenes, the battle begins with out-of-place, little-kid inspired guitar music. Also wlecoming you are the lame, 360-innappropriate excuses for graphics. You'll send your guy, who, by the way, has an atrocious camera angle, into a "battle" where a bunch of airheaded AI warriors swing into the air and occasionally one will die in a predictable pose. You die much too easily, and have absolutely no indication as to what you are supposed to be doing in this ugly, hopeless world. After dying a few times and having the mission fail on you for no reason, you'll forget even playing this game for achievements. After playing Dynasty Warriors 5, you'll have nothing to say except "What were the first 4 like? Gyash." So do yourself a favor and act like this game doesn't exist, it'll be more fun to review it than to play it, and spread the word- people who DID buy this game are in denial and gave this game too much credit for its shabby, boring, outdated and overrated gameplay and what not.