Not much story, but hitting things is fun!
The game is set up pretty simply you take a mission, go kill some guys, return to one of the many dojos, learn a new move and repeat. Learning new moves often keeps the gameplay fresh and helps defeat weak enemies faster. Which is helpful because there is a wide variety of enemies who get harder as the game progresses.
They game is never too hard but is never a push over. There is three diffuculty levels which should make it great for anyone
A review on Red Steel 2 wouldn't be complete with out mentionng the outstanding graphics. The cel-shaded graphics are among the best on the Wii. Some of the finishing seems to push the T rating to the max. There are also nice animations for climbing, jumping and opening doors.
Overall this is a great game for anyone who doesn't really need a great story and wants to make great use of their M+.