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Asura's Wrath Review 2

Your enjoyment of Asura's Wrath is going to depend largely on your ability to put spectacle over gameplay. At only about six hours and consisting mostly of Quick Time Events and cutscenes Asura's Wrath is more of an interactive anime than a game by standard definition. Even though it's short, the simplicity of the systems in place could easily turn a six hour experience stale, but the three different styles of gameplay alternate frequently enough to keep things fresh.The most prominent of the th...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A tale of love, demons, and phallic jokes. 0

Shadows of the Damned is the second joint project of game making crazy people Goichi Suda and Shinji Mikami. Joining the crew this time is sound design genius Akira Yamaoka of Silent Hill fame. Any fan of Suda and Mikami should have a certain expectation for this game going in, but it's up to you if that expectation is met.When I first started playing Shadows of the Damned I was fully expecting a crazy, weird, creepy in several senses of the word, and downright absurd game. About half way throug...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Worth going back to 0

Skies of Arcadia is a game I originally became interested in because I used Vyse and Aika in my squad in Valkyria Chronicles. Thankfully, I was not dissappointed by my interest and curiosity. Skies Of Arcadia: Legends in it's simplest form is your average JRPG. Teenagers fight monsters and the evil of humanity. Only this time they're sky pirates. Skies of Arcadia does a decent job of creating a world for you to explore by creating cities that are not similar to eachother in the slightest. They ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.