4.67 stars 4.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 3 releases and 0 DLC
It should be noted I made three separate attempts to get into Covenant of the Plume. It wasn't the game's difficulty that deterred me. Heck, I've played countless playthroughs and new-game pluses of Demon's Souls, and I'm still getting my money's worth out of that game. No, it was, once again, tri-Ace's inability to aptly convey the mechanics of Covenant's gameplay that made me shy away. With the current transition from DS to 3DS, however, a drought has forced my hand. I gave it another ...
Wow, where to begin? I wish I could add the game's opening soundtrack to this review, so as to help express my overflowing appreciation of Dragon Sword. But alas, suffice it to say, I love this game! I had been waiting for it for a long, long time, and now it's finally here in all its glory. Know, reading this review, I haven't actually played another Ninja Gaiden game before this one (well, I did play the old Ninja Gaiden on the NES, though it's quite different from what we now have with the s...
WiiWare launched a day before my writing this review, and I'm so very glad the platform is finally here. Though Galaxy was great, and we're still getting some mileage out of Brawl, my family's Wii hasn't seen a whole lot of use as of late. The thing is, we still have three consoles (GCN, PS2 and Xbox, not including GBAs and DSes) from last generation, which have great libraries of games to play, and the Wii hasn't actually wowed us yet with Wii-specific gameplay. Along comes WiiWare, and LostWin...
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