Thursday, August 28, 2008
In Tactical Guild, players assemble a team of adventurers who vary in class and profession who then roam out into the world in search of adversaries, treasure, and experience. The protagonist can quest alongside attractive female party members and build bonds with them which can result in a relationship. Along with the main adventure, there's also 71 mission-based side quests to contend with. «Game Notes»
A safari is a sizable investment in both time and resources. Not everyone can go out like that. For the next best thing to being there, Sony presents Afrika which is basically a safari simulator. Drive out on a jeep or take to the air in a hot-air balloon to view the mighty expanse of Africa and all of its furry denizens in the wild. «Game Notes and Photo Gallery»
Gamers who enjoyed last year's Fate/Tiger Colosseum will find more of the same fighting action in the sequel. The basic gist pits two to four fighters on a stage and the goal is to knock the opponent(s) out and garner a higher hit ranking than the others. Special power-ups (Tiger Ball with stripes) may be collected for extra fighting oomph so that the fighters can bolster their offensive repertoire. When roaming the battlefield against three COM-controlled combatants, the tie-ups are usually 1-on-1 even though there are four fighters on screen. It's just easier to fight one opponent at a time although breaking in on a 1-on-1 smackfest is possible.
In addition to the 3D fighting action, Capcom includes an Extra Mode which contains character data, event scenes, BGM, and illustrations to check out. Everything's locked upon starting the game however and you'll have to work and play to get that data viewable. For players who need some practice mashing buttons, the Tiger Dojo mode gives pointers and tips on handling opponents. «Game Notes and Photo Gallery»
» Deck of FSN Tarot Cards
» Tiger Card Ultora Binder
» Episode Drama CD
» Special animation DVD
» Illustrations booklet
All preorders ship today and new orders are welcome at JPY9800 or US$100.90 from NCS.
NCS Product Synopsis
Original Update: August 31, 2002
«©NCSX» Tal'Set gets himself sucked into a warp of sorts and travels to the Lost Lands where reptilian brutes rule. At the outset of interaction, Tal'Set battles archenemy Captain Tobias Bruckner in Texas circa 1886. As the confrontation roils, a warp bridges Earth and the Lost Lands which sends Tal'Set and Tobias on a journey to another world.
Waking up inside the River Village, Tal'Set recovers from his injuries with help and medicine from the local natives. Soon, the story of Lord Tyrannus and the reptilian death squads are told and Tal'Set joins the fight against the oppressive Tyrannus who has charged Captain Bruckner to lead the "purification" of the Lost Lands.
NCS' remaining inventory of Turok Revolution is new, factory sealed, and in mint condition. Price: US$13.90 per copy which includes "free shipping" within the U.S. by USPS Media Mail Service. «Larger Photos»