Repost: Fairytale Fights Review

Fairytale Fights is a straight-forward side 3-D side scroller featuring four cast out characters from the fairytale genre. With gallons of blood and weapons a plenty, one would think that this game would be a lot of fun and never get repetitive.

Unfortunately for this title, the game suffers from a lot of issues that should have been caught early on.

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Repost: Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble Review

As a big fan of the Japanese movie Crows Zero and its sequel Crows Zero 2, I was really interested in Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble and the portrayal of Japanese High School thugs in this game. Atlus has been releasing many interesting games lately, many of which might have not gotten a chance to see past the shores of Japan and Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble is one of those games that deserves a chance for wider appreciation.

The game takes place over seven days in Kyoto on a high school trip. Over these seven days, the goal is to defeat all the other school’s Banchos and become the best fighter in Japan. An interesting side note is that while the game focuses on the journey to become the best fighter, it also includes a secondary relationship gameplay function in the game.

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Repost: Batman: Arkham Asylum Review

There have been many games that involved the Batman franchise and universe. Even with Lego Batman, there was always something missing. In Batman: Arkham Asylum, Rocksteady and Eidos took the universe and created a title that took all the elements that have been missing from previous games.

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Repost: Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Review

Obviously Uncharted was one of the great launch titles for PlayStation 3, showing what the console could do with the right amount of R&D, and a top notch development cycle. That’s not to say Uncharted didn’t have issues, like the melee combat and the aiming controls behind cover needing some tweaking.

Uncharted 2
corrected those issues, and added a couple of new ones, but at the same time added a multiple amount of new things that still make this game shine.

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Repost: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona Review

Having never played a Shin Megami Tensei title, but hearing a lot of positive reactions to the series, I was interested in playing this port of the first title. Granted the game is a little old, but the original localization of the game left a lot out and probably confused a lot of American gamers.

This updated and vastly improved edition of the game is a great way to experience the origins of the series, as it was meant to be.

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Repost: Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition Review

Since Fallout 3 and its DLC have been released on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, there isn’t much to say about the game. But from my perspective, having never played the game until the Game of the Year edition, Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition is the game to buy for the Holidays as a gift for those who haven’t jumped into Fallout.

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