Summary: After countless online auction battles, I finally get my hands on this, the sequel to one of the hottest imports for the Nintendo DS. The game lets you take part in four-way brawls much like in Super Smash Bros., except you play as characters from Dragonball Z, Naruto, Yu-Gi-Oh! and other series from the Shonen Jump manga magazine.
There's No Stopping Space Vikings T. Edwards!, Amazon
30 July 2007
Summary: I'm not going to get in to the nitty gritty of how the game plays and such since it's essentially the same as the original. I do have a full review of the original game if you feel like learning the ins and outs of the game, I encourage you to read that review and others for a more in depth look at the game. PROS: + There's more characters and series featured in this game. On the plus side there seems to be more of a diversification of usable characters.
Summary: This game is the only game I have ever played that has so much replay value, besides Meele. I'll write shot reviews about the parts of the game Story: 1/5 Very stupid. All of the Pac people turn into balls, blah blah, you will just have to wait till the ridiculous story is done Levels: 4/5 All of the levels are great. My favoruite world is 4, gosht land. The problem with this game, is that it dosn't really get hard until you get to World 5, the second last level.
Summary: While I liked "Pac-Pix" at first, the replay value has been considerably low. There's just not much to the game, and if I hadn't bought this ("Pac'N Roll") on a whim, I would have never done so based on how lackluster "Pac-Pix" was. But "Pac'N Roll" is perfect for platformer junkies. Remember that big fad after "Mario 64"? All of those copy cat games on the N64 or Playstation? Well, even when they got bad reviews, I knew I'd enjoy them.
Summary: The best way for me to describe this game is to say it's a cross between Monkey Ball and Marble Madness. If you've played either one, you may feel (as I do) that trying to control your character/player can be frustratingly difficult at times. But, thanks to the touch screen of the Nintendo DS, this problem is (almost) eliminated. You play as Pac-Man, who has been turned into a ball by the evil ghost Golvis.
Jump Ultimate Stars (DS): Another honest review. The DS game Jump Ultimate Stars
5 May 2008
Summary: Jump Ultimate Stars... All I can say is this game is a must buy! Even though this game is in Japanese (Which makes it hard to review but I'll do my best) It is never going to come out anywhere else due to licensing issues, Unless of course there is some sort of miracle. Read on for my full review.
Pros: Great gameplay, lots of replay value, PORTABLE! ANIME/MANGA!
Cons: Japanese (Not that bad actually), Lag in multiplayer