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Two heroes. One destiny. Nobunaga's evil scourge has now spread across time to affect the future. As Samanosuke prepares for battle, a new hero enters the fray: Jacques Blanc, French military officer. Together, this unlikely team must stop the King of the Demons.
Release Date: Mar 16, 2006
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Buy Onimusha™ 3: Demon Siege

$19.99

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Two heroes. One destiny.
Nobunaga's evil scourge has now spread across time to affect the future. As Samanosuke prepares for battle, a new hero enters the fray: Jacques Blanc, French military officer. Together, this unlikely team must stop the King of the Demons. Starring Jean Reno as Jacques Blanc and Takeshi Kaneshiro as Samanosuke, Onimusha 3: Demon Siege is the final chapter in the Onimusha Trilogy. Control the fate of both men as you journey from 16th Century Japan to modern day Paris and back to defeat the evil Nobunaga and his hordes of darkness. Let the battle begin.
    Character Samanosuke by © Fu Long Production, © CAPCOM CO., LTD. 2004, © CAPCOM U.S.A., INC. 2004 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Capcom and the Capcom logo are registered trademarks of Capcom Co., Ltd. ONIMUSHA is a trademark of Capcom Co., Ltd. All other trademarks are owned by their respective owners.

    System Requirements

      Minimum:
      • Supported OS: Windows 2000/XP (only)
      • Processor: Pentium III 1GHz, AMD Athlon 1 GHz (or better)
      • RAM: 256 MB of RAM
      • Video Card: 128 MB DirectX 9.0c-compliant AGP or PCI Express graphics card (256 MB or higher for High Graphics Detail support)
      • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compliant sound card (or better)
      • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c or higher (Direct X 9.0c included on disk)
      • Hard Drive Space: 2 GB minimum
      • Peripherals Supported: Gamepad and headset
      • Additional Requirements: Windows Media Player 9 required
    Helpful customer reviews
    24 of 26 people (92%) found this review helpful
    98 products in account
    1 review
    16.7 hrs on record
    This game is really good, but there are some things you need to know. First of all you need a xbox controller and dongle to play with. The controls for keyboard setup are way too bad and unplayable. Another thing you need to know is that you need to force the game to run in fullscreen by pressing alt+enter.

    I played the first game Genma Onimusa on XBOX long time ago and loved it. So I bought Onimusha 3: Dungeon Siege, but after playing a little with the keyboard I didn't feel like it was any fun because the controls are so bad and the menus etc are with playstation buttons. After couple of weeks I read that it was playable with xbox controller. So I played the game and finished it. Was alot of fun, really good RPG with power ups and gear level etc. Story is ok. I had about 13 hours played, but I did everything and got all the cool stuff in the game.

    I would recommend this game to everyone that likes RPG games, but as I said you need a xbox controller.
    Only bad thing about this game is the keyboard controls and the graphics maybe? but ey, its an old game. Hope this helped.
    Posted: January 20th, 2014
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    12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
    163 products in account
    4 reviews
    0.9 hrs on record
    I'll say it straight, I love this game. I've played Onimusha's from 1-3 and Dawn of Dreams and it's by far one of my favourite game series, with Onimusha 3 being arguably the best in the bunch... For the PS2 anyway.

    With that said, this port is one of THE worst ports I have ever seen, and because it's a port of a game I really like it just feels like a slap in the face when I play it. The resolution is low by default and can't be changed for anything else but fullscreen (understandable for a game this old, but the fullscreen looks horrible if you have a widescreen), there's no way to rebind the controls (there's a "configure input" selection in the options menu, but it doesn't do anything) and there's no way besides trial and error to tell which keys do what because the game reuses the keymappings from the PS2 version of the game (eg. "push R1+X to fire arrows" or "use the right analog stick to swap targets"... yeah, thanks). It's a downright mess.

    If you REALLY need to get this game, if you ABSOLUTELY have to play it, then I suggest getting a PS2 and a copy of this game for that. It may be more expensive, but this port sure isn't helping the situation. I just feel like this PC port shouldn't be played. I mean, ok, some of the issues can be fixed through some complicated file editing or third-party programs, tools etc., but that's not the point. If this was a good port, none of that would be necessary. You should be able to play the game WITHOUT resorting to editing files or completely relying on third-party stuff. And even after you're done with all that complicated stuff, you still need to figure out and memorize the overly complicated and completely bonkers keymappings which, need I remind you, cannot be rebound. Some say that their gamepads work well with the game, while others, including myself, cannot even get the damn thing to work, which means we have to rely on JoyToKey and STILL have to figure out the damn keymapping.

    Seriously, that is just way too much stuff to do to actually enjoy a crappy port of a good game. It's just not worth it.
    Posted: March 30th, 2014
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    5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
    63 products in account
    1 review
    12.3 hrs on record
    this is a PS2 port so the controls are not as good(and you can´t configure them) but the story and the overal game is great :)
    there is a passage, where you have to get right combinations of arrows and ps2 special buttons(triangle,cyrcle,square and X) and it is extremly confusing since they are randomly placed on your keyboard and you have a time limit so this can be a bit frustrating.
    Posted: January 26th, 2014
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    1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
    8 products in account
    1 review
    2.6 hrs on record
    my favorite game growing up, it was the best, love it even though its old
    Posted: June 26th, 2014
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    3 of 8 people (38%) found this review helpful
    234 products in account
    14 reviews
    0.3 hrs on record
    Swordplay is like rubbing a sponge on cardboard.
    Posted: June 18th, 2014
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