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: 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.
Summary: I grew up watching the anime series. I loved it and Ken's Rage really does it justice. Its a great MMRPG. The Legends Mode gives the player a chance to play as Ken, Rei, Toki, Raoh, and Myamia. As they travel the anime story line. While the Dream Mode lets you play as several main characters that connect the entire story of the Fist of the North Star. Two characters are available for download along with alternate outfits and additional missions for several characters.
Summary: I want to point out that what a lot of gaming review sites said about this game being bad is slightly understandable, but for horribly wrong reasons. Now if you're a fist of the north star fan, there's no way you can't like this game (unless you're nit-picky) As a FOTNS fan myself, there was one gaming review site that claimed the story mode was "loosely" based on the anime's story.
Summary: Been a fan of the Fist of the North Star (Hokuto No Ken) since the late 80s. This game follow the story line. It's great to see all the characters appear in 3D action beat them up. Especially the fact that I also love the Dynasty Warrior series. The graphics aren't bad at all, could be even better I suppose. As the other reviewer said the only down side I can see is the camera angles from time to time.