When I first laid eyes on Code Of Princess I knew that it looked fun and wanted to get it. So I did, and it hasn’t let me down. This game is really fun. =)
Code Of Princess is a beat em up game. For the main story you can choose 1 of 4 main characters which each have their own moves and skills. The controls are simplistic and player friendly. As you go through each level you gain EXP points which you can use to modify the stats of your characters at the end when you level up. Levels are re-playable in Free Mode so you don’t have to worry about never getting enough EXP.
Each Code Of Princess is a collectors edition that comes with a soundtrack and an art book for the game. I haven’t beaten it yet, but I’ve been playing it quite a lot and having a good time. Code of Princess has it all as far as my tastes go: a nice genre of characters, beautiful environments, a good but random story, and funny dialogue. I say give it a try when you can. Your 3DS and Princess Solange will love you for playing it =^_^=
Can you say best fighting game of the year? Because I can. Team Ninja has truly outdone themselves this time with their latest installment in the series, and I’m proud to say that I’m a Fighter lol.
Playing through Dead Or Alive 5 was an extremely pleasant experience. The story continues from where DOA4 left off with Kasumi pursuing Alpha152 to put and end to her. This time around however Team Ninja changed how story mode works with you playing as different characters throughout the journey of the main story. I really liked this change as it made me feel as if I were in a giant action movie seeing things from every angle.
As most of you may know, Dead Or Alive 4 was an Xbox 360 exclusive title, but the controls are exactly the same and had the same feel to them even though this time around I was playing with the PS3 controller. All of the sustaining characters still have all of their moves and the new characters moves are easy to pick up and get used to. After playing the DOA series on both consoles I can say that it feels right at home on the PS3.
With a nice collectors edition, a good story, and fluid gameplay on and offline; Dead Or Alive 5 is one game you will not want to miss out on this year.
I will start off by saying that Resident Evil 6 was the most fun and exciting time I’ve had with a Resident Evil game, and I have played pretty much all of them throughout the years. Resident Evil 6 is by far my favorite Resident Evil game.
There are four campaigns in RE6: Leon & Helena, Jake & Sherry, Chris & Piers, and last but not least Ada Wong’s campaign unlocks once you beat the three main campaigns. Depending on which campaign you pick depends on what kind of infected you run into at the beginning, but eventually you encounter all kinds as the story progresses. The first campaign I beat was Chris & Piers’s story although I started Jake & Sherry’s first lol. Picking this story had me mostly fighting against the infected that were semi smart which made use of guns and other weapons to hinder our progress. Jake & Sherry had me fighting against all kinds of weird and deformed creatures, and Leon & Helena was mostly fighting against your classic zombie that doesn’t mutate when you shoot them, but there are lots of them. The only reason why I did not play Ada’s story yet is because Capcom has already announced that there will be FREE DLC coming out for the game soon which will make Ada’s campaign multiplayer as it is currently only a solo story.
The controls are really simple to pick up so don’t worry about that. I felt right at home since I had played the previous Resident Evil 5. As you progress in the story of each campaign you come acquire new weapons that you get to keep for the rest of the game. Ammo is also plentiful especially if you have the proper skill equipped for enemies to drop items and things when they die. Yes, during the story you pick up skill points which you can then use at the end of each chapter OR at the main campaign menu to buy certain perks which aid you in your journey. This feature comes in handy especially when you are up against a multitude of enemies and have to mow them down lol.
As you might know you can play solo or play online with another person. I PLAYED EACH CAMPAIGN ENTIRELY WITH ANOTHER ACTUAL PERSON. Why the caps you ask? Because I wanted to make this point clear the that A.I. in the game, although better in this one, is still kinda stupid lol. The overall feeling of the game is better when you know that there is another human being helping you out hopefully capable of thinking correctly and making good decisions. I tried playing with the computer A.I. once and it just left me with this reaction again:
In conclusion the game is very good despite what certain reviews might say. The facts are also out there as well. RE6 is Capcom’s highest selling game at launch ever. It saw 380,000 pre-orders in Japan alone prior to release, In its first week sold 634,933 copies on the PS3 and 41,652 on the Xbox 360, and sold 4.5 million copies worldwide which set the record for the highest shipment for a Capcom game ever. Also you have my approval to go out and get it because its awesome lol.
I hope this helps you decide weather you want to give the game a chance or not if you haven’t gotten it already. Until next review, AzureNova out lol.
ATLUS has done it again! Devil Survivor 2 is just as good as its predecessor and even better as well. For those who don’t know about the Devil Survivor series (although you should lol) you and your friends survival skills are put to the test when an abnormality occurs and demos start to run amok across the land. I love ATLUS and their heavy atmospheric games.
The art style and character design is oh so very satisfying to look at, especially when the character designer is —, also the one responsible for the character design in the anime Durarara. The difficult level is even harder than the first Devil Survivor, but that just makes it even more satisfying when you succeed in your battles. The music in the game makes my ears happy every time I hear it, especially the important battles and boss battles. This time around social links are included in DS2 and tribute to what resistances, abilities you get, and even let you fuse special person…….er I mean demons lol.
I’m still in the process of playing the game, and loving every moment of it. If you are a fan of the Shin Megami series, and own a DS or 3DS, then you won’t want to miss out on this awesome game.