Excerpt: It is said that it is easier to become a legend than it is to stay one. We guess what that means is that once you have set yourself a benchmark, your challenge is to equal it, or even better it.
Excerpt: The in-game visuals of Nano Breaker aren’t anything special. There isn’t really anything in the levels or characters that stand out as being something to ogle over. But I guess when you consider the fact that this game ultimately boils down to a mindless hack-n-slash, that isn’t really a big issue.
Excerpt: Killing robots is boring. I'm not saying that killing robots is always boring as a rule, but killing robots as a goal in and of itself is not worth my time. Killing robots in between doing other adventure-type tasks is just fine, and if there's some kind of special fancy technique involved while...
Excerpt: Lisa was just a normal twelve-year-old girl. She went to normal classes at Nanotechnology Island Academy just like she did every day, showing off her freshly-pressed school uniform and cute girly pigtails.
Summary: Auf einer Insel für Nanotechnologien bricht das Chaos aus. Der Hauptcomputer, der die Insel verwaltet, dreht durch und mikroskopisch kleine Nanotech-Roboter verwandeln die Inselbewohner in bösartige Mutanten.
Pros: Spektakuläre Kämpfe, Gutes Gegnerdesign
Cons: Kaum Übersicht, Bockschwer, Musikalisch eine Katatrophe
Excerpt: Alors que le beat'em all bat son plein sur la console de Sony, Konami décide de venir jouer les trouble-fêtes avec Nanobreaker, un jeu qui fleure bon les hectolitres d'hémoglobine façon ketchup.