Excerpt: There’s something about the mix of swordplay and Eastern environments that speaks of a great backdrop for a game. Maybe it’s the fast paced hacking and slashing by skilled swordsmen or going up against numerous opponents at the same time that’s perfect for action titles.
Excerpt: In its short life span, the PSP has seen a healthy offering of games from every genre except RPGs. While it can certainly be argued that the genre really don't lend itself all that well to portable gaming, there are still die-hards who want a little RPG action on the go.
Summary: Kingdom of Paradise for the PSP is a
surprisingly deep RPG that allows players to create a great number of attacks.
The swordplay system allows you to create your own style of attacks using
special moves and potions to increase your skills.
Excerpt: Like Tecmo's Tokobot , a PSP game I recently reviewed, Kingdom of Paradise is one more brand-new project (as in, not a port, offshoot, or sequel of a PS2 game) with a criminal amount of missed potential.
Excerpt: Developer - Climax Entertainment Publisher - Sony Computer Entertainment Features Wireless Multiplayer (ad-hoc) Online Capable (infrastructure) – download items only With very few RPG's available for the PSP, Climax and Sony have released a great action RPG in Kingdom of Paradise.
Excerpt: Kingdom of Paradise is a legendary adventure similiar to Jade Empire. While it's not without its flaws, it's an engaging and addictive RPG experience. You are Shinbu, a disciple who gets kicked out of his clan for sneaking a peek at their secret magic.