Conclusion: If you still need the obvious pointed out to you, then you will be as dumbstruck as us when we found out the true nature of a game called Random Encounter . That is to say that Random Encounter can be slung into the same file as Marmite; you either love it or hate it. We sit in the latter category for the most part, but for those who find themselves on the other side, there is plenty of reason to pick up Random Encounter . For one, it is very cheap to buy.
Summary: If you are looking for a hack n slash game for the Wii, Rygar could satisfy your urges for a few minutes, but there are far better titles out there to get your fight on with. Plus with this being a remake of a game now seven years old, they really should have tried harder to bring something new to the table. A new skin for Rygar is not enough for me to recommend this game.
Excerpt: If you played 2002's Rygar: The Legendary Adventure for the PlayStation 2, then you've already played Rygar: The Battle of Argus . The Legendary Adventure wasn't a particularly good game. But I do remember playing and enjoying it. Back in 2002. I assumed that Tecmo had re-imagined the game somehow; that they'd reworked it, from the ground up, and were giving us an all-new Rygar. I was wrong. Instead, what I found here were the same bad camera angles.
Excerpt: Originally released in 2002 as Rygar: The Legendary Warrior for the PS2, it’s landed in waggle-ville with a port job to the Wii. Aside from a new arena mode and a redesigned lead character, this overdue port is largely unchanged, but is this a legend fit to be retold? In the beginning, our shirtless hero is caught in a surprise attack as Harmonia, Princess of Argus. is kidnapped by titans, adversaries of the gods.