Summary: I got this a few years back, and managed to beat it in around... 100 hours of game time, i know it shouldn't be that much but with the actual customizable, handmade people you can make it is hard not to play! I mean it is an amazing game, and way underrated for its time... I really wish Taito would make a sequel of this, even if the game is already a sequel... Man, amazing replay value, amazing abilities... All around amazing game.
Summary: I played this with my sister years ago and it was perfect. With my sister's artisic ability and my analyctic brain we made so many awesome characters. though it seems like a child's game it's fun for all ages. also it takes a little bit of focus that really makes it in between caual and hardcore.
Summary: I really like this game. It is mostly for the very creative minds out there, because it's ALL ABOUT drawing up your own creations and playing them in the game. the creating options are virtually limetless, and the gameplay is very colorful and attractive. The same applies with the music. The cutscenes could be a bit better, but the gameplay pretty much makes you forget about them.
Summary: Graffiti kingdom is a great way to spark an imagination. Creating a character from scratch is a great way to spend time with the kids. This is a wonderful compromise for those who don't care for violence in video games. You assign attack moves to your character and are basically destroying bug like creatures! Think 3-D cartoon exterminator. The environments are detailed with lots to accomplish.
Summary: You say Stormies? Droids? Jedis! STARSHIPS!? LucasArts and Pandemenic Studios have done it again with the second game of the highly renowned Battlefront series. I'd have to say this is one of the most best created Star Wars game of all time. When I first heard about this game, all I could think of how LucasArts have ripped off the gameplay of Battlefield 1942. But when I got my hands on this game, I was up in heaven.
Summary: There's nothing I like better than a game where you can customize things: players, levels, etc. Graffiti Kingdom allows you to make anything you can draw, and that's AWESOME. You can even make you creations jump, act and speak differently, it's pretty in-depth. AND you can change characters on the fly, so you're not stuck with one creation for the whole game. That being said, some titles like this can suffer from a week (actual) game.