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AAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!! I wanna give this game ten so bad!!!! When I got this game i was expecting a follow to the first red steels plot, which i had not played. But instead i got none. I was barely listening to the characters as they spoke. With only one plot twist bigger than my toe, this game fails where every game should shine. Aside from that, I LOVE THIS GAME. Be warned, being a sword guru for most of my life, any kind of this like this is great. The visuals are great. I loved getting this game, seeing as the Wii is my only current gen console. Almost HD, in my opinion (this is coming from a guy who can't tell the difference between PS2 and gamecube graphics, but seriously, I can't see it. so, be warned.) The music is amazing. whether it's creepy music for the first time you meet a ninja, or the western music when you're slicing him to bits, I want to listen to it all day. It plyed like it was supposed to, with a few minor glitches (the , I'm stuck inside my enemies body after the rush anyone?) but that's probably cause my Wii is jank. Te concept to make a real sword fighting simulation game was delivered upon, and I think that's the best we can ask for. Here's looking to a Red Steel 3, that actually has a plot.
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