User Reviews & Ratings
Total of 9 user reviews spread across 9 releases
The King of Fighters 02/03 is a compliation pack that should not be missed if you're a fan of the fighting game genre.<b
Since the compliation is comprised of KOF 2002 and 2003, I'll try to explain the nuances of each the way I see them. Each game has a nice, varied assortment of characters to choose from, bringing back stalwarts to the... Read Full Review9 of 9 users found the following review helpful
First of all, to state the obvious to most. Nightshade is an action game brought to you by the makers of Shinobi for the PS2. Simply put, if you liked Shinobi, you'll like this game. In Shinobi for the PS2, you played... Read Full Review2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
Kingdom Hearts uses a gameplay engine similar to that of the Zelda series on the Cube. Great style and flair all around.
"Wow" was the only word that would come to mind in the first hour or so of playing this game. While I am a Disney fan, even I was a bit skeptical of the combination between the almost kid-oriented movie company and the e... Read Full Review4 of 7 users found the following review helpful
Better than Final Fantasy? In my honest opinion, yes it is, and it surpasses its predecessors in the series as well...
Star Ocean: Till the End of Time.....many things have been said about it ever since it came out here in the U.S. Some said it surpassed Final Fantasy, even though it was also made by Square-Enix, while others said that i... Read Full Review7 of 15 users found the following review helpful
CFE is better than some people make it out to be, but it's true that it's for fans of Capcom's fighters...
Capcom Fighting Evolution was clearly made for rabid fans of Capcom's fighitng games. This is made apparent by a lot of things. The character roster is made up of four characters from five different Capcom games, four o... Read Full Review2 of 5 users found the following review helpful
For a long time, I thought nothing would surpass Ninja Gaiden on the X-box...thanks, Capcom, for proving me wrong...
First off, there was Devil May Cry. That game redefined the action/adventure genre whit its stylish combat manuevers, and lightning fast gameplay. Then when everyone heard there would be a sequel, there was much rejoicin... Read Full Review6 of 18 users found the following review helpful
These games are NOT for those without quick thinking, reflexes and timing...and we wouldn't have 'em any other way...
Mega Man Anniversary Collection holds some of gaming greatest treasures in one neatly wrapped package that's clearly intended for the fans of the games that came out way back when. The gameplay is still your tried and... Read Full Review1 of 3 users found the following review helpful
This game is fantastic, rest assured, but you probably should get used to hearing such things as "Dracula May Cry"...
A LOT of people said that the Castlevania series just couldn't be done in 3-D. Had I never had the chance to play Lament of Innocence, I still would BE one of those people... You play as Leon Belmont, as you live out ... Read Full Review4 of 9 users found the following review helpful
This is a GREAT game in a good series, with nice graphics and gameplay, but it's not much when it comes down to replay.
Bloody Roar 3 can well represent the PlayStation 2, or any system, for that matter. The first two Bloody Roar games were good at best, but this game seeks to fix any shortcomings the other two had. First of all, as you'l... Read Full Review4 of 10 users found the following review helpful