The series of Ken is very particular. On the surface, characterized by a high dose of violence, following a fund is no denying the equally strong moral to this: friendship, sacrifice and love are all important aspects of Japanese work. Eventually everything becomes a game where, for a very simple gameplay, are brought together all the characters and events in the series of Hokuto.
Legend mode can relive all the events of the first set, reaching a final showdown with the self-proclaimed King of Hokuto, the terrible Raoul. In this mode we are in a real-scrolling beat 'em, because, unlike the popular Koei Dynasty Warriors saga, we are not engaged in fierce battles against hundreds of troops on screen at once but we face much less numerous groups.
Inevitable clashes with the boss and boss seeds scattered across the desolate moors of a post-atomic world. Moreover, the whole story is not confined to propose the only acts of Kenshiro, but we have the very welcome opportunity to select other characters, and can then revisit the whole legend from several points of view, besides the legitimate successor of Hokuto school of the Divine, we'll master his brothers Raoul and Toki, and we also make available some of the warriors of Nanto as Rei.