Reviews and Problems with Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage
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8 November 2010
Summary: The chances are, if you are an fan of Japanese animation, you are familiar with the story of the Fist of the North Star. Even if you aren’t an anime fan, you have likely heard of the series as it is one of the biggest titles in the anime genre and one of the titles that helped anime and managa break...
Excerpt: I used to love Koei's Warriors games. Truly, I did. But now, with 20/20 hindsight, I can see them for what they really are: repetitive button-mashers. Back in the 16- and 32-bit days, I loved repetitive button-mashers like Final Fight . Guess what? I still do.
Summary: Before writing this review, I promised myself that I would not write "ATATATATATATA" or make any reference to things being "already dead." Unfortunately, such a noble ambition is next to impossible. In fact, before I even made this promise, I knew the plan was already dead.
Excerpt: It’s the dance of the furrowed eyes , a tense, tightly edited exchange between puzzler and puzzlegiver, and it’s not the only time Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery echoes the ubiquitous Professor Layton.
Pros: Great graphics, Decent voice acting, Some clever puzzles
Cons: Ends too soon, and is mostly too easy for seasoned puzzlers, At least one jarring typo in the puzzle text, A couple of slightly iffy puzzles
Conclusion: Jacob Jones er ikke tilfreds. Hans forÃ¦ldre har besluttet sig for at sende ham pÃ¥ sommerlejr, sÃ¥ han kan fÃ¥ frisk luft og mÃ¸de andre bÃ¸rn pÃ¥ samme alder. Det er naturligvis ikke den generte knÃ¦gts stÃ¸rste drÃ¸m om en ferie.