Summary: really like this game, it didn't take to long to conquer it, but really enjoyed playing it. It has a nice story to the game. Its not like some of the role playing games that I play but this game was interesting, keeps you playing just to see how the story ends.
Summary: (This review may contain spoilers) Don't get me wrong, this is a really great video game! You get to choose your hero in either gender and then start your adventure by naming your hero. I chosed the male version and named him Anthony Kururugi. In this video game, Anthony Kururugi was late for the Doll Festival at the Kururugi Shrine. While he looks for some supplies at the storage house, he is mysteriously transported into the world of Inuyasha and company.
Summary: Love the game. If you are a fan of the cartoon like me you will too. The story isn't that deep but it really doesn't need to be. It was pretty hard to find in stores so I gave Amazon a shot, and here we are. I have a 60GB PS3 so I can play this but my daughter has to wait until I get back because I bought her a PS3 Slim. But even though she can't play it she was happy she got it. It a fighting game for the series FAN not hard core so don't expect too much.
Summary: My mom got it for me because I am a very huge InuYasha fan. I love the movies and the series. This game followed most of the series with some cool additions. That's why I mostly liked the game.
Summary: I am a fan of Inuyasha. This is a great Rpg. Voice overs on the characters by the original actors. Good storyline. This is a traditional RPG. This game has all the main characters from the 3rd season except Kagome's family (see credits). You are able to make combo moves with another character depending on your friendship. This has a high replay value due to the numerous events and intervals. There is a New Game+ feature.
Summary: I can't seem to figure out how to get to Kasasagi. After meeting that guy in Kaede's village who says he saw you at the town of Kasasagi, I've headed out to the area that's supposed to be the road to Kasasagi, but it just seems to lead to a bunch of dead ends. I've found the hidden trail that appears on the screen where you start at the top of the screen and follow the path straight down and there's a squirl (or something) that crosses the path and leads to a side path...