It is a similar format to the past WOS games I did like the fact that the more you play it the more new cut scenes open up for you. It still has that old Asian film style grunts but in this game it does work. But it is difficult to get all 28 endings! Its hard to figure out where to go or who to interact with in order to change your out come and see a new ending scenario unlocking all costumes and heads can take time but to get all the character (skins) takes even more. What I did not like was the unlockables its based off of points you get while in the game which if you break things or are too rude can easily take points off your final score. The game can be fun for the first 10 replays but after that it becomes frustrating to find out just what, who, and at what time you need to show up to get everything. A good rental, good to play if you need a quick game fix, but only has so much replay value.
I've played both WOTS one and two, and I like both of those games, so I thought I would give this a try and see how it did. Worst idea I ever had. The controls never do what I want them to do, when starting out I have no idea whats going on, the map is completely unfathomable, as well as numerous other things. The thing that was the absolute worst was the camera angles. I'm always stuck in a tree or a bush somewhere and can't see where the enemy is. I'm sorry, but the first two, in my opinion, are superior to this new title.