Archive for the ‘3D Fighter’ Category

Dead or Alive 5 Not Quite T&A

Dead or Alive 5

This isn’t going to be a very big review. It’d be more accurate to think of it as a “first impression” sort of thing. Of the series in entirety, Dead or Alive 5 is the only game I’ve played, thus I’m not going to unleash any in-depth criticism until I’ve played it a lot more. […]

Tekken Tag Tournament 2, A Velociraptor With Boxing Gloves

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

I… I’ve played as a dinosaur in a fighting game. LIFE: COMPLETE. Anyhoo. Just because a fighting game has a huge roster of characters doesn’t necessarily make it a good game. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is the exception to that rule, for the most part. I say “for the most part” because making a perfect […]

Dragon Nest… Eh

Dragon's Nest

Not as in the Canadian “eh.” Not making fun of Canada here. Dragon Nest is just another game presented by Nexon. Key words “just another game.” So eh is by far the best way to describe it. I mean, I’d like to cover the unique factors that make it rise above all other MMORPGs and […]

One Piece Grand Adventure, Kick Some Booty

One Piece Grand Adventure

I’m pretty keen on fighters, as you may well know by reading my repertoire of reviews. I enjoy 3D fighters primarily; games like Soul Calibur and Tekken. I have delved into the fast-paced realm of 2D fighters, including BlazBlue, Guilty Gear, Street Fighter, and the like, so I know the thrill of corner combos and […]

Soul Calibur V Micro-Transaction Crap

Soul Calibur V

There’s a fine line between reviewing a video game and complaining about something that the developers are doing that bothers me. And you know what? Consider that line crossed. I have some rather nasty things to say about the Soul Calibur V marketing team’s plan to make you pay $120 for their game as opposed […]

N64 Onslaught Part V, Super Smash Brothers

Super Smash Brothers

This is the pinnacle of classic; a game based off of a unique gameplay concept that kicked off a series that wound up drawing the attention of gamers worldwide. Take characters from Nintendo and put them in 3D in an environment that allows 2D motion, and let them beat the crap out of eachother. That […]

Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi, the Game of the Movie of the Game

Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi

I know what you’re thinking. “Look at all the games this guy’s reviewed. Would he really play a Dragon Ball Z game? It’s so out of character.” Well it is. The only reason I got the game was because I played the original Ps2 Tenkaichi at a friend’s place. The gameplay was super fun and […]

Soul Calibur V: Tips and Tricks

Soul Calibur V

This is a follow-up post on the actual game review of Soul Calibur V that will provide you with the means to enjoy this game to the max! Yeah! It won’t be very long. I’ll cover character unlocks, equipment unlocks, XP farming, and a few tips on certain characters. First, I’ll cover the unlockable characters: […]

The Legacy of Soul Calibur V

Soul Calibur V

Yeah, that’s right. I played this game for one day, and now I’m ready to proclaim that it’s legendary. It’s addicting. It’s beautiful. It’s abnormally good. Soul Calibur fans are helpless in the face of this glorious shard of gaming masterpiece. I need to start talking about the ups and downs, otherwise I’ll start gushing. […]

Soul Calibur IV and some of Soul Calibur V

Since the series started with the arcade game Soul Edge, the Soul Calibur series has come a long way. A very long way. In fact, they’ll be releasing a fifth game early next year, which a lot of people are excited about. I’m excited. How about you? I mean, it’s only the most innovative and […]

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