Having an arcade racer in the palm of your hand seems like good thing, but it’s so pathetically easy that it’s not fun. Unless you turn on the 3D. Then it becomes unplayable.
Double the pen power and double the fun, if you learn the interface. Dual Pen Sports for the 3DS may be challenging, but seeing the baseball literally leap off the screen is a real treat.
Naruto Shippuden Kizuna Drive offers an original anime story for the PSP, though it’s best described as a filler arc. And the gameplay is repetitive. And the gameplay is repetitive. And…
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Knight’s Contract is a pretty good game with two major gameplay flaws: horrible companion AI and ridiculous boss battles. Between that tag team, frustration is the name of the game.
It’s unfortunate that all the marketing for Splatterhouse has been put on the gore factor. A lot of effort went into the game, even though it’s being washed way in a bloody red tide.
With classic games like Pac-man, Super Pac-man, Galaga, Mappy and Xevious plus six new titles based on classics, the 24-pack Namco Museum Megamix is a must have title.
Time Crisis: Razing Storm ships for the PS3 with Time Crisis 4 and Deadstorm Pirates on the same disk. But even so, it’s not much gameplay for the price.
Dragon Ball Z Tenkaichi Tag Team tries to mix up the normal fighting found in Dragon Ball games with the addition of partner controlled AI. Yea, that always works out well.
Dragon Ball Raging Blast is easily the best of the DBZ fighting series, offering the Dragon Ball storyline, some what if scenarios and an advanced fighting engine with customizable fighter feats.