The year is 1582. Amidst the burning ruins of the Honnoji Temple stands the famous Onimusha warrior Samanosuke Akechi. Though surrounded by countless Genma demons, Samanosuke is compelled to fight on by hatred for his true enemy, the evil Nobunaga. The long-awaited final battle looms close...Internationally acclaimed film star Jean Reno (LÃ©on, Mission: Impossible, Ronin) plays Jacques Blanc, the French cop caught in the middle of a horrific attack upon Paris. Takeshi Kaneshiro (House of the Flying Daggers) returns as Akechi Samanosuke, the original Onimusha warrior who continues his campaign against his arch enemy, the evil Nobunaga.
Known for the outstanding quality of the opening movies, the sequences in Onimusha 3 have been pushed to a new level. Capcom has enlisted the talents of Hong Kong action star and director Donnie Yen (Blade II) as the CG action director. Also returning to the OnimushaÂ¿ project is ROBOT, the company responsible for making all of the previous Onimusha opening movies, as well as Yamazaki Takeshi, the CG movie director. OnimushaÂ¿ 3 is a collaboration of several talented people and they have delivered a masterpiece that rivals even the biggest blockbuster movies.
Cut to the year 2004. Policeman Jacques Blanc stares on in horror as the once peaceful Paris is suddenly transformed into a nightmarish nest of Genma demons who are slaughtering civilians and soldiers one by one. Within this nightmare appears one man; a man who stands up against the evil tide of monsters.
Why has Samanosuke suddenly appeared in modern day Paris and Jacques in feudal Japan? What fate awaits these two men?
Supported OS: Windows 2000/XP;
Processor: Intel Pentium III 1.0GHz, AMD Athlon 1.0GHz or faster;
Memory: 256Mb Ram or more;
3D Card: 128MB DirectX 9.0c-compliant graphics card/AGP & PCI Express or better;
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c;
DVD Drive: 4X DVD-ROM or faster;
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compliant sound card or better;
Hard Disk Space: 2GB;
Windows Media Player 9 required.