Excerpt: It’s always interesting to see how a popular action-based anime is made into a game. With different shows having different “rules” about how people can fight, it’s always fun to watch how that world’s unique fighting laws are translated into gameplay. Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked takes the hip-hop soundtrack that makes the show unique and transforms it into a 3D action game where combat revolves around hip-hop themes and soundtracks.
Excerpt: Bandai Namco Games has released loads of anime-based games in the past, including titles such as DICE, the Mobile Suit Gundam series, and even a few Inuyasha releases as well. The majority of such games have done nothing major to stand out from the rest of the crowd, and as a result they havenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t received a lot of attention.
Excerpt: In this first bit of news concerning the game, from September 15th 2005, the person reviewing the game said that “In terms of basics gameplay and looks, the early version of Samurai Champloo came off somewhat like Dynasty Warriors, only fought with a handful of dangerous enemies instead of a couple dozen punching bags.”.. so is that a good thing, or a bad thing?
Excerpt: Несмотря на чудовищное «окно» в сетке показа, аниме-сериал «Самурай чамплу» взял свое за счет безупречного качества исполнения. Детище Синъитиро Ватанабе (Cowboy Bebop) и молоденькой студии manglobe (Ergo Proxy) пробилось на зарубежное ТВ, не преминув обзавестись одноименной мангой. Разумеется, обойтись в таком случае без игры для PlayStation 2 – трагедия.