Summary: Ken's Rage is an absolute gem for any fan of the genre. The graphics do the manga justice. The story, voice acting are all on spot with the manga. Which is actually cheesy and very sappy at times. I found the replay value high as evident with the fact that I got all trophies. I dont know why GI chose to give this game such a low rating and negative buzz which I feel killed it.
Summary: This game is total fan service. If you are a fan of the Fist of the North Star series then you will appreciate this game. It has it's faults, and I imagine someone who randomly picks this up will find it rather sub par. The music is repetative and the backgrounds/stages are a bit bland.
Summary: First time I knew this game it was from demo version. I loved it at the moment I started playing! Those who like Musou games won't regret this one, there are so many characters and abilities to evolve. It will give you so many hours of fun!
Summary: There is a wide range of customization options & u can select all sorts of finishing moves. At the end of boss battles, you also "finish them off" by using a series of Shenmue like button combinations. But for me I often find I gravitate towards one or two cool moves that I liked personally and I use those over & over again. But that's just me.
Summary: Ok, it's clearly not the Citizen Kane of videogames, but it just good old fun. Don't expect too much from it and you will enjoy it! You get to kill armies and armies of enemies. In other words, it's Dynasty Warriors, set in the Fist of the North Star world. What else could you want?
Summary: The first American Fist of the North Star game. The legend mode lets you play as Ken through his story and if you beat it you can unlock other character's stories to play through as well. The environments are interactive as you can destroy buildings, light posts, rocks, fences, etc. Also you can sometime use the broken light posts or cement posts as weapons to fight your oponents with.
Summary: Do you like 3d beat em ups of yester years? you know games like fighting force,the bouncer or maybe a little known title called urban reign. Well FOTNS is what your looking for. But is the game good? Visuals: They're pretty good for current gen, not saying that they push the envolope but they look good enough to fit the action figure look. Kenshiro along with everyone else all look very detailed and they are well designed just like the manga.