Kengo: Master of Bushido slashes onto PlayStation 2.
Crave Entertainment has recently announced the release of its highly anticipated fighter entitled Kengo: Master of Bushido. The realistic weapons-based brawler for the PlayStation 2 is now in the hands of retailers, and the title's developers hope their efforts will yield a hard-nosed, engrossing fighting game.
The title revives the ever-popular trademark damage system found in the original Bushido titles on the PlayStation. Taking place predominantly in Japan's 17th century, the title includes multiple play modes with which to hone skills and further relish the Kengo experience. The four play modes offered by the title are practice, training, dojo, and an original Sensei mode in which gamers sample a number of fighting stages. Additionally, Kengo will offer the gamer extensive customization of their fighter, lending a faint RPG flavor to the title. For example, the player must choose how extensively and in what fashion to train their warrior.
Kengo: Master of Bushido is now available at retailers throughout North America.
1/2/2001 Bryan Keers