Samurai Warriors: Katana announced for Wii with a U.S. release date on January 15, 2008

16 November 2007
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Pre-order Samurai Warriors: Katana for WiiKOEI announced that Samurai Warriors: Katana for Nintendo Wii will be coming to North America beginning January 15, 2008. Using a first-person perspective, the Samurai Warriors: Katana adventure game is based on the popular Samurai Warriors series and aims to give arcade-style action right into your own home. Armed with your motion-sensitive Wii Remote, you’ll journey back in time to do battle as a lethal samurai warrior.

On each mission, legendary samurai and allies will serve as your guide. Prevent pirates from invading your ships, rescue maidens from a burning castle, and explore mysterious caverns stalked by ninjas. These and many more challenging missions require quick reflexes, fast thinking, and precision marksmanship.

On the battlefield ninja assassins will be poised to strike at your every turn, but with close-range and long-range weapons, you’ll be well equipped for your counterattack. Combat gets up close and personal with the classic samurai sword, spear, and mighty war hammer, but you can still target enemy soldiers in the distance using a bow and arrow, a gun, and even a cannon.

Watch how it works to decide if you want this.

Samurai Warriors: Katana offers three different modes of play. Action-packed with nearly 30 hours of game play, Musou Mode takes you on an adventure through Feudal Japan. Samurai-in-training can prepare for battle with a multitude of challenges in Trial Mode. Here you’ll earn gold which can be used to purchase weapons and precious items. And in Vs. Mode, you can go head-to-head with a friend in eight mini games.

Samurai Warriors: Katana has three difficulty levels for players of all skill levels, and is for up to 2 players (in Vs. mode). This game features Dolby Pro Logic II audio.

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