For the first time, Samurai Warriors 3 will also feature female warriors, including three playable characters; Ooyodo Okiyoji, Oishimatsu Otsu, Ooyanomaru Okiyo. The main character from the previous game, Asaji, will also return as the game’s heroine.
The Collector’s Edition of the game has been announced. The Collector’s Edition will cost $89.99 and will be available November 5 in North America. Those who pre-order the Collector’s Edition will receive the game’s soundtrack as a bonus. Additionally, Famitsu magazine subscribers will get a limited edition of the game free.
Sengoku Taisen: Sengoku Musou 3 marks the beginning of the fourth generation of Samurai Warriors games. The first installment in the series, Samurai Warriors 2, was the first game to feature a fully 3-D field, the inclusion of a brawling mode, and the first to be developed completely by Koei's internal production team. The game features a returning cast of characters and a fully 3-D field, and was the first game to include a title screen.
The gameplay for Sengoku Taisen was a fusion of elements from the previous games and the team's first experience in developing a full-fledged 3-D game. It also introduced the first character-specific gameplay such as the ability to use different weapons at a time, a new melee system, and the first Taisen mode.
In the 2004 game, Sengoku Musou 3: Sengoku Taisen - Sengoku Musou - 4 (henceforth abbreviated as Sengoku Musou 3) takes place after the events of the Samurai Warriors 2 battle. The game's story begins with Aoshi's defeat of the Oda clan in a battle and his ascension to power. The game also features a new type of gameplay: the Tactics Battle, which is a combination of the strategy-based gameplay featured in the previous game and the hack-n-slash combat gameplay featured in Warriors Orochi.
Sengoku Taisen: Sengoku Musou 3 continues the gameplay style of the previous games. It also features returning characters and a new battle system. The gameplay is similar to that of the previous generation of games and retains the hack-n-slash melee combat gameplay and Ninja Warring system of Samurai Warriors 2. The battle system retains the ability to fight and attack or defend. 827ec27edc