Asimov,Ghost in the shell, beat em up, and rogue alike fans have a reason to rejoice!
Benjamin S. Sprague "Broken Hierophant", Amazon
7 July 2011
Summary: Crimson tears over-view Crimson tears is a strange little game. It waxes metaphorically about us finding our place in the world. Each of the three protagonists were given life in a hot lab and after they discover their creator had regrets about piecing them together in the first place they have to find a reason for existing beyond being loved by their daddy in a white lab coat.
Summary: After I finished playing P.N.03, I started looking for something similar. There didn't seem to be anything. But Crimson Tears seems to be the closest thing there is. They are both Capcom side projects, have randomly generated levels, and require massive levelling. In Crimson Tears, you don't turn like a tank, so don't fear that. Weapons level just like you do, but weapons get damaged and can break. Also, I swear my +50 Freeze Blades make my gal overheat.
Summary: Crimson Tears - good game. It didn't have smth special, BUT still it's very intresting to play, especialy after hard work day. It's so cool to kick some monstres asses! Also Cel-Sheding characters looks pretty cool! One thing which is really bad is english dub! Character voices (esp. girls) sometimes sounds silly... BUT still like I said the game is pretty good & it worth it's price.
Summary: I like action games. So when I play an action game and don't have a fun time, I know something is seriously wrong. First of all, let's talk about the reason the game is getting at least SOME good points. The graphics in the cutscenes are amazing. I love watching them. People who love anime will definitely love the cutscenes. The game is pretty boring because walking through castles and dungeons all the time gets pretty old.
Summary: I bought this game as a bargain-bin type find at the local Fry's. And now that I've taken it home, geez, it makes me wonder why we even need PS3 when so much good PS2 content can be had for a few bucks. This game is fantastic. I generally don't like Action RPGs as much as turn-based RPGs. However, the great BGM combined with quick, satisfying game play won me over. It also features random regenerating levels.
Apparently There Will be an Extreme Shortage of Pants
Slap Happy "Copoll", Amazon
29 December 2004
Summary: One of the first thing you'll notice when you first play this game is the female characters. Then again that's the only reason to buy this game at all. The story is pretty basic so I won't bore you with the details. All I'll say is it involves two hot woman running around in tight fitting underwear to fight robots with a fully clothed male character. Why have a male character? Maybe so when you bring over your girlfriend she'll have something to watch too.
Summary: First, before buying this game just think to yourself, "Did I like Phantasy Star Online or did I hate it?" If you liked PSO, buy this game now, if not, then avoid this game. For anyone that cannot make a judgement on just that or never played PSo, here's a rundown... The game consist of being able to pick from 3 characters... Amber- A wicked fast fighter that is decently strong in hand-to-hand combat.
Summary: well, i know it hasn't come out yet but herez wut ive found out bout this game Set in Tokyo in the year 2049, Crimson Tears puts you in the role of one of three biological war weapons with a common mission--to investigate the cause of a mysterious disaster that has left the city incapacitated. Your various objectives take you into battle against hordes of enemies and into mazelike environments.