Excerpt: Superman Returns: the Game has a lot going for it. It’s coming off the heels of one of the most anticipated movies of our generation and features one of the world’s most recognizable characters. That being said, it also has a lot going against it.
Conclusion: For all its problems Sen is just about salvaged by the fact that it isn’t completely broken. The fighting style, taken on its own stubborn terms, is serviceable; SNK Playmore have at least also thrown in a few cute gestures to please fans (Achievements, for example, poke fun at the series’...
Excerpt: When it comes to games, Superman hasn’t exactly had a “super” reception. Perhaps an understatement when you consider that “The Man of Steel’s” legendary (for all the wrong reasons) N64 endeavour is widely regarded as one of the worst games ever conceived.
Summary: Overall, it's not world class material, but it's decent, and I truly found Samurai Shodown Sen to be pretty fun. It's not like previous iterations as the gameplay is watered down for attempts to change it with brutality, which I thought actually worked to some extent.
Pros: Game can be really fun even alone, good variety of unique characters and stages.
Cons: Setlist is a bit limited and a generic throw for all, A.I. can be cheap on harder difficulties, visu
Summary: Samurai Shodown Sen is the 11th game in SNK's classic Japanese weapons-based fighting series and the fourth in the 3D series. The game takes place in Japan during the twilight of the turbulent Edo period, and promises to be the most brutal and visceral chapter in the Samurai Shodown series' history.