Video Game Character Hanzo Hattori

In the world of Japanese animation, Hanzo is one of the most popular video game characters ever. Ever since he came out on top in the Famitsu Wii game chart, people have been wanting more of Hanzo from now on. With the release of the Wii game adaptation of Hanzo: Ninja Chronicles, more fans of the fantasy role playing game can now feel like they are a part of the action. Below are some of our favorite Hanzo videos and photos.

This is the best look at Hanzo: Ninja Chronicles. A group of four fanatical fans put together this fantastic video game recreation of the legendary anime hero. The video game character, along with his trusty sidekick, Gingka, go on an adventure to prevent the Shihoin from attacking the Japanese forces. It really makes a nice video game character story.

Hanzo Hattori Art
Hanzo Hattori Art

This is actually not your ordinary game character. The game starts by showing us some of the history of the mysterious ‘Hanno’. As you progress through the game, we learn more about his past, the things that happened to him, and how he became the game character we know and love so much today. If you love anime, this is definitely a must play video game.

This is actually the first part of the video game series. In it, we get to follow Gingka as he tracks down a Shihoin and tries to stop them from attacking the Japanese forces. There are some excellent background scenes which really bring out the fantasy elements of the video game series. Definitely something that makes the whole video game experience very authentic.

This is a more recent video game adaptation of the Hanzo anime series. And just like all the great movies and anime series before it, this one also has superb audio and visual effects. The graphics are extremely well done and depict a very life-like scene. It brings out the fantasy video game characters we all love so much. No doubt about it – this game is perfect for fans of the franchise.

Hattori Hanzo
Hattori Hanzo

The storyline in this video game is more action-packed than the others. You’ll get to see the Shihoin’s development, their struggles against the Britannia Empire, and the eventual betrayal of Gingka. And just like the rest of the video game series, there will be plenty of cut scenes as well. I especially loved the intro video, which explained some history of the series and offered a bit of humor as the main characters prepare to face their new enemy.

This is probably the first main video game character I would recommend getting. I’m not sure if I would recommend this game to anyone else, because I really don’t think the story is that good. If you are looking for a fighting game with excellent audio and visuals, however, then this game is definitely for you. The graphics and sound effects are top notch, and the battle scenes are simply breath-taking. Even if you have no idea about Japanese, the on-screen instructions are easy to follow.

Hanzou Hattori (World Heroes)
Hanzou Hattori (World Heroes)

In my opinion, there are only two episodes of this anime series. If you want more of the story, you can always watch episodes at YouTube. I highly recommend this game to anyone who likes anime, fantasy, or video games in general. Check out the official channel at Anime Network to find out how to get the latest episodes for this fantastic anime series.

Hanzo is the main playable character in this series. He is a young Japanese boy who lives in a peaceful village with his dog, Snowy. One day, Hanzo receives a mysterious letter from his father, who he never gets to talk to. When he goes back home, however, he finds that his father has died in a strange accident. With this discovery, he vows to avenge his father’s death and find his rightful wife.

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Cover

This game is different from most of the anime series I’ve seen. Most video games revolve around battling evil beings, but this one focuses more on the relationships between the game’s various characters. As you play through the game, you learn more about each of your friends, and the challenges they face on a daily basis. I especially liked how each character’s personality was fleshed out as the game progressed.

The game is directed by Nobuyuki Takahashi, who also did the animation for the game. Although the story is quite different from most anime series I’ve seen, I really enjoyed it. It’s a nice change of pace from the fantasy genre, which can sometimes be boring and predictable. I’m looking forward to more releases by the series’ creator, such as a movie or a television series. If you enjoy fantasy, Japanese fiction, or just great video games, then I highly recommend playing Hanzo & Friends.

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Hanzo Hattori from Samurai Shodown
Hanzo Hattori from Samurai Shodown

Hanzo Hattori from Samurai Shodown
Hanzo Hattori from Samurai Shodown

Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)
Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)

Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)
Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)

Hattori Hanzo Art
Hattori Hanzo Art

Hattori Hanzo by CICAR5LLI on DeviantArt
Hattori Hanzo by CICAR5LLI on DeviantArt

Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)
Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)

Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)
Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)

Hanzo from the Samurai Warriors videogame series by Koei
Hanzo from the Samurai Warriors videogame series by Koei

Hanzo Hattori by SH1ZEN on DeviantArt
Hanzo Hattori by SH1ZEN on DeviantArt

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Hanzo Hattori (Samurai Shodown)
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