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Warriors Orochi

Warriors Orochi (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Action, Brawler
Developer: Omega Force


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Warriors Orochi review

Reviewed September 24, 2007

Zigfried says: "Warriors Orochi is a Japanese boy's craziest fantasy come true. It combines the greatest Chinese heroes from Romance, the strongest Japanese warriors from historical samurai epics, and mashes them all together in a battle against SERPENT WARRIORS FROM SPACE."
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