Samurai Siege: Alliance Wars4 critics
9.00 to 10.0
8.00 to 8.99
6.00 to 7.99
4.00 to 5.99
0 to 3.99
Graphics are excellent, and so are the controls and design of the interface, even if originality isn't present within the gameplay. ...a defense strategy app for fans of the genre. Keep in mind that you'll need a powerful device for an optimal performance.
Soundwise, SS fares somewhat better. A large amount of peaceful period music and birdsong companies the action and sound effects are pleasing. Battles are a bit too quiet however. Samurai Siege is an enjoyable game with a few interface problems that get in the way of the fun. If you enjoy city buildings or just nice, tactical games you’ll surely enjoy Samurai Siege.
Samurai Siege has a lot of competition, and its creativity in terms of setting and unit/building design definitely gives it a bit of an edge. The technical flaws cut that edge down in size, however, impairing your ability to sit down and become absorbed by the game. It’s not unplayable by any means, but some errors are just too frustrating to overlook.
I like Samurai Siege, then. It's an enjoyable, marginally improved take on another game, and it moves its aim slightly more towards competitive play. Hardcore Clashers will want to give it their attention, as will those who missed out on all the Clash of Clans hubbub. But if you've already figured out that this brand of tactical resource-management isn't your thing, Samurai Siege won't change your mind.