Summary: Something for a rainy day... I don't often have high hopes for Dragonball games now, but I did for raging blast 2. How wrong I was. another game taking you through each saga with multiple characters, only this time its even more dull.
Summary: ....okay wait a minute. In Kid Gohan's Galaxy Mode from Raging Blast 2, I have to fight both Future and Ultimate Gohan in HARD difficulty in a Near Death Health Bar (one hit and your dead).....ummm, how am I suppose to dodge this? Well this truly wonderful, what a great game this is.
Summary: Yeah...I tried liking this game, I really tried. The combat is hard to master, the music keeps repeating, but the only good part of this game is that Hatchiyack from the OVA finally makes an appearance. That only makes me keep this game. That's all I could say.
Summary: While I really enjoyed the first game as well as UbiSofts two Naruto games this one while stunningly visually appealing felt pretty much like the first game. For any Naruto fan or fighting game fan the series is entertaining and playing the vast array of Naruto characters also brings out the...
Summary: As "protidez" says: not much is new in this game. The Galaxy Mode seems engaging, though it would really be frustrating for a newbie to the series, not knowing what the **** is up with all those characters and what their stories are.
Summary: Bought for my husband to replace the PS2 version, having upgraded to PS3. Is probably fine and enables the player to get involved as a manager of a cricket team but my husband, personally finds it too "time consuming".
Summary: This game is just an add on to the Ashes 2009 game and I wish I didn't buy this now. The batting on this game is a lot harder and the squads don't include some big names such as - Kieswetter, Lumb, Tremlett, Finn.