Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Ougon no Taiyou: Ushinawareshi Toki
Improves on every aspect of the first game, while adding a few new features of it's own.
I spent a good chunk of time playing through Golden Sun, hunting down all the secrets and such. The first game is awesome, if you own a GBA or a DS then you should pick a copy up. Anyways, so when I f...
The djinn system puts a totally new spin on character classes and the battle effects look awesome! Pick this one up.
I get called the "Old-School Dude" because that's the games i'm into. Apparently anything over 3 years old is considered old-school, but Golden Sun pays homage to the truly old-school SNES r...
Marvel vs. Capcom 2
If the insane price and lack of online play doesn't stop you from liking this, go ahead and make the investment.
Yes, the final game in the marvel vs. series on Xbox! I was hyped when i heard those words, but it quickly died when i saw the price tag. Luckily I managed to snag a copy for $45 (They're over 70 buck...
Street Fighter Zero 3
If you were/are a fan of the original SF2 series and want a game that stays close to it's roots, this is that game.
Street Fighter EX added a new dimension. SFIII was a step up in graphics. Street Fighter Alpha 3... step up in pretty much everything. This version of the Alpha series has the largest cast of all, ...
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
Four words: Lamest button masher ever.
Woohoo! everybody's favorite Marvel game is now on GBA! You'd wonder how they'd manage to keep up a four hero frenzy like the console version. But they don't. Nope, some designer probably thought, &qu...
Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness
At it's roots, it's essentially Super Street Fighter II with giant robots, but it has enough quirks to make it good.
How many times have we heard this one. Giant robots fighting with huge weapons. But Cyberbots takes the solid SSFII system and turns it into something that's quite enjoyable. The first major depart...
SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom
SVC could have been a great game, but it was obviously rushed, leaving much to be desired.
After 2 Capcom/SNK crossovers by the former mentioned company, the latter takes a shot at their own game. Dubbed SVC: Chaos, it features over 30 fighters from both universes. It takes the 4-button sty...