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6.7* out of 10

Windy X Windam

Windy X Windam is a 2D-style fighting game based on a Japanese a Read more

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Overall 8

Four Stars

Rafael J. Sanchez, Amazon
12 December 2014
  • Summary: Pretty fun game, just browsing through and saw Izuna on the cover so I got it.
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Overall 6

Meh X Okay

Eric Z., Newegg
16 June 2013
  • Summary: A full thirty minutes of fun for the whole family. I just knew I should have gotten an R4 gold and tried this way brfore even purchasing. That is why you get the piracy industry, so people don't have to pay hard earned cash on sub-par games like this before trying them to find out that they are a huge piece of *edited* hidden behind a golden nugget.
  • Pros: Very easy to perform "anything" that would normally in any other fighting game take some sort of skill.
  • Cons: Atrocious combat system, with a large order of plain fries with no type of flavor at all. This KiD'S MEAL comes packed full of carrots, broccoli and the blandest "editied* chicken you could ever taste in the history of the universe, even way past our years.
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Overall 2

Success Corp.'s greatest failure

Walter Williams, Amazon
9 December 2009
  • Summary: Have you ever had one of those days when you wanted to watch or play something a whole lot of people thought was terrible, just to see if there was at least one small thing worth salvaging? That was the sort of feeling I had when I rented Windy X Windam -- yes, I said "rented", for spending even one cent of the asking price of $20 for this game would unjustly reward publisher Graffiti Entertainment (a small company whose work I'm not familiar with) and developer Success...
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User Review

darkwolf_28, play-asia.com
23 October 2008
  • Summary: Commands can sometimes be a bit hard to let out because of the DS' directional pad. But this is not a bad fighting game for DS. The battle stage is split vertically in half because of the dual screens. It's like Guilty Gear: Dust strikers only it's not 1 on 3, it has specials & supers as well as dashing & double jumping. Probably increasing the number of attack buttons and basic combos would make it better.
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