Reviews and Problems with Shaman King: Master of Spirits 2
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Game Freaks 365
19 August 2005
Excerpt: One of the challenges that a reviewer faces when they review the prequel to a game that they have already reviewed is the temptation to compare the original game to the sequel, an action which is inherently unfair. However, I am going to do so anyway with the caveat that things which are the same or slightly worse in this game than in the sequel will be scored higher than I scored them in the sequel.
Excerpt: I don't know what it is about anime that turns me off to it on TV. In all likelihood, it is the fact that anime battles often play out like the battles in a turn-based RPG, with each participant, one at a time, launching some insanely huge attack that takes thirty seconds to prepare while the opponent just sits and waits to get hit. If it were me, I'd be running or something. But I digress.
Summary: Shaman King-Fans können einen Blick riskieren, alle anderen sollten besser zum großen Original (Castlevania) greifen. Wer das Seelen-System haben möchte, sollte speziell zu Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow greifen. Das ist zwar nicht wirklich schwerer, aber viel spaßiger.