When dealing with a video game that is based off an anime, fans are expecting it to have at least two things: does it follow the main storyline of the series and does it have many of the key characters from the series? The short answer: yes, this game has it. Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm is the game that the Naruto fans have been clamoring for. Read More.
Reviews By Chris Moore
You have your Mass Effect and God of War floating around. To most, they are herald as masterpieces of their genres. It seems the people at Liquid Entertainment decided to take the good aspects of these games and create their own. What we got was Rise of the Argonauts. Read More.
With the Naruto fans that I have met in my travels, I have learned one thing about the anime series: their fans hated the fillers at the tail end of the Part I saga. By the 30th episode of non-manga materials, they were almost ready to stop watching. Well, actually they would just continue watching it and posting their hatred of it on forums, but it was like clockwork. Read More.
Think back to Spider-Man 2: The Video Game. Back then, it was a first of its kind. The ability to swing anywhere and everywhere in a recreated New York City and solve random crimes; climb any building at any time and leap off them and swinging with great precision was almost everything a Spider-Man fan could have wanted. Read More.
Giant robots are cool; plain and simple. You know it, I know it and the Armored Core series knows it. However instead of just forcing a lot of pre-built models down your throat that you may or may not like, the Armored Core series gives you a template of what you can use and just lets you run wild from there. Read More.
In Star Wars games that have Jedi as a predominate role; lightsaber combat usually takes center stage when fighting. However, with the release of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, the spotlight has shifted to the thing that makes a Jedi….well, a Jedi: the Force. Read More.