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Attack on Titan 2
Attack on Titan 2 delves deeply into the narrative of Attack on Titan's second season and offers players versatile action and new challenges.
Dynasty Warriors 9
Dynasty Warriors 9, the latest in the long line of Japanese hack-and-slash games, is coming to PlayStation 4.
Fire Emblem Warriors
Fire Emblem meets the Warriors series in Fire Emblem Warriors, coming to Nintendo Switch Holiday 2017.
The pretty graphics make DOA2: Hardcore a good showpiece, and the game has enough options to make it a worthwhile purchase for fight-hungry PS2 owners.
Dynasty Warriors 2
Dynasty Warriors 2's beat-'em-up gameplay is simple enough to make it easy to get in to, and the game is interesting enough to keep you entertained for a while.
Japanese history buffs will definitely love this game, and even novice players will appreciate the game, with its stunning visuals and sounds.
Monster Rancher 2
Fans of the first game should feel at home with the sequel, while those new to monster ranching should be able to dive right in.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire
This game will leave you with a strong sense of déja vu.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VI: Awakening of the Dragon
While ROT3K6 won't win anyone over with its graphics, it is a solid and intricate simulation title.
Dynasty Warriors 3
Dynasty Warriors 3 offers lengthy replay value by allowing players to take up a number of roles on all three sides in the otherwise fixed campaign.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII is a good strategy game, but it's not for everyone.
Dynasty Warriors 4
Serious Dynasty Warriors fans will surely eat up the new features, and if you've never tried one of these games before, this is as good as any to start with.
Ryu Hayabusa sets out to avenge his father's death, but becomes involved in a sinister plot.
Kessen III marks the Kessen franchise's return to Japanese history and aesthetics. The story begins at the heart of Japan's turbulent Sengoku, or "warring states," period.