Summary: this is a very good game though it is short it has replay value every level is arcade point style and combo meter rating just keeps going up to fill a special meter which you unlock 5 or 6 special moves involving the cophin that grave carries it follows the show very well but has original art for the game its deffinatelly worth picking up if u can find one the second game though not made by sega is just as good also
Summary: Picked it up on here used for $23 that included shipping. Thats not to bad a price considering it came in decent condition and had the original manual and box art. The game is a simple run and gun shooter with not much else to it. If you liked the Gungrave anime or like anime in general you will mostly find this game enjoyable. If you don't you still might like it because of its cell shaded graphics.
Summary: Ah what fun. Gungrave, a game with much potential! Though it has some faults, it is one of those "Underrated Gems" you hear so much about. People say they're good, some say otherwise, but what do you think? I personally love the game. Let's start with your starting position: You are Grave (whose real name you figure out later), who is rather miffed at a syndicate and it's dark deeds against... well... ANYONE!
Summary: This game is one of the simplest and fun games I have ever played. The whole thing is centralized on a highly stylized overly-flashy combat style using guns. It's like Devil May Cry, minus the little bit of overboard crap that makes it reasonable.
Summary: Since I am a fan of the anime, I liked the game. If you've never seen it, it might not stick as well, and if you don't like anime at all, well, you shouldn't get this game. It's a very straightforward button masher, lots of stuff flying around and explosions. Decent replay value, but like I said, if you don't like the anime you shouldn't pick this title up.
Summary: Beyond The Grave returns and now he is joined by two new comers, and this time it goes beyond the mafia scene. With Harry McDowell gone, a new crime syndicate steps up with a new product called Seed. What is Juji's connection to this? Does Billy have the missing pieces of the story? And why does it have have come down more orgmen, military, mafia, deadmen, and other forces gunning for Beyond The Grave? One thing is for sure, it's time to kick some ass again.