Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams

The series that can't stay dead mixes it up with demons again

Dawn of Dreamsseems to be built with player freedom in mind (at least, more so than previous Onimusha games) and promises more open-ended gameplay than before, with multiple solutions to problems and large environments that invite exploration. So long as it improves on the cinematic action of the last three games, Dawn of Dreamscould give the series exactly the fresh start it needs.


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