Mikhail wrote:Well instead of the fluid "full" battles you have in the DW games on the consoles and Warriors Orochi in both the consoles and the PSP, the DW game battles are split into many parts. So what happens is that you have to go through many "minor" battles in where you to exhaust the troop count in an area before you could proceed to a newer area. The game also uses a "resource" system in which you have storehouse areas around the full battle map. The more storehouses you have, the more time you have to complete the mission.
It's quite hard to explain, but in short, the game's battles are fundamentally different from the other games mentioned above. It won't be like the console games at all. I was actually surprised that they were able to put Warriors Orochi in its entirety in the PSP but they were unable to do the same for the DW games.
They simply chose not to. There's not really a reason to buy Warriors Orochi for the PSP if you already have it for another system. The Dynasty Warriors games, on the other hand, offer different features, and Vol. 2 even adds new battles and paths (for instance, a Wu vs. Yuan Shao battle, and a Wu vs. Wei and Shu battle).