Thursday, June 05, 2008
New to the DBZ histrionics are "drama" events which are animated cut-scenes that are spliced right into the fighting action for seamless theatrics during the heat of battle. The use of bonus "drama pieces" also add to the fireworks. There's also a charge-up gauge dubbed the "Aura Spark" where a saiyan becomes a better being with more power, speed, and moxie. An online mode allows fighters across the globe to link up and battle each other. Early preorders will include a bonus setting data collection in 30% ratio for rabid fans to cherish. «NCS Game Notes»
The latest release in the canonical series of Fushigi no Dungeon games features the familiar dungeon spelunking formula where movement is stutter-step and in sync with everything else in the game world. For example, when you make a move, any monsters in the room also make a move in time to every step you take. Every move you make. They're watching you. The dungeons contain 240 different monsters including big wasps, flower-like beasties, Pokemon look-alikes, and 30 bosses to contend against. New to the action is a network function where players may go online for cooperative dungeon running.
As noted when NCS started preorders a couple of months ago, early preorders will ship with a nifty bonus Wii Remote controller stand in 40% ratio. Larger photos of the bonus and NCS Game Notes may be viewed on our detailed information page for the game.
Two years later, the girls dazzled portable players on the Nintendo DS with a respectable conversion of the coin-op game which was able to use the game cards from the arcade version. Encouraged by the popularity of the Oshare no Majo game, Sega released a line of clothing inspired by the fashion sense of the two witches, Love and Berry. The company follows up the wearable merchandising with a soundtrack which collects 42 songs from the game. The music is catchy, peppy and fully of energy. It can even be argued that dancers may groove to the beats and really get down.
At the outset, the Namida software throws a few personality questions at the user and creates a sort of emotional profile from the answers. A short story then plays out on the screen which is designed to make the reader cry. Like a little baby. However, if your heart is cold and your gaze steely, you might not benefit (as in bawl, sniffle, and weep) from the 200 sob stories stored on the game card. The software works on the principle that crying is good in that it relieves stress and pent-up angst.
Ninja Gaiden® II makes its long-awaited debut on Xbox 360® as the blockbuster action-packed sequel to Ninja Gaiden®. Ninja Gaiden II features a new and improved game engine, developed from the ground up exclusively for Microsoft and Xbox 360 by Team Ninja and legendary game developer Tomonobu Itagaki, creator of the famed Dead or Alive franchise.
Guide Ryu Hayabusa on a mission to avenge his clan and prevent the destruction of the human race. Armed with an assortment of ninja weaponry, help Ryu to skillfully maneuver through a world fraught with peril and danger. Ninja Gaiden II features an all-new gameplay engine, new auto-health regeneration system, levels, adventures, enemies, and thrilling combat with an extensive assortment of ninja weaponry, representing a true evolution of the highly popular franchise.
Exhilarating ninja action: Assume the role of a ninja warrior and experience an all-new combat system that requires skill and mastery of your full arsenal of weapons, including Obliteration Techniques allowing you to quickly and stylishly finish off an opponent.
Sale Offering: NCS' remaining inventory of Oha-Studio Dance Dance Revolution is new, factory sealed, and in mint condition. Pricing is set at US$19.90 per copy which includes free shipping by USPS Media Mail within the U.S. Larger Photos