Saturday, October 30, 2010

Cladun: This is an RPG - PSP Game Review

When I first played Nippon Ichi Software's classic-style dungeon adventure, Cladun: This is an RPG, at that time I was astounded to find myself gazing at the end credits about fifteen minutes after starting the game for the first time. As it turns out, there is a portal in this chromatic realm that allows you finish the game in any way you want. As you might imagine, the ending you have after leaving everything unsolved isn't especially amazing, so you will could want to play it for a wee bit longer. Fortunately, the "wee bit longer" is quite challenging but still give you an pleasurable chunk of time. The multiplayer support in this game is also slightly unsatisfactory. While I really appreciate how developers are trying to squeeze in this feature, the game slow down along even when there are only a couple of players connected through Ad Hoc. It is certainly not playable in this condition, having the versus and co-op options is wonderful -- but it could be better.Although Cladun is developed for a niche in gamer community and the existent battle environment is quite simple, this retro dungeon adventure is a blast as a whole. I love the multiple soundtracks and the art style, so it could be a game that you should keep in your PSP’s memory stick permanently.

Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team Game Review

At first sight, you could think there is plenty of depth to its fighting mechanism. The training segment has loads of records about ultimate supers, chain burst mode, full-power smashes, vanishing attacks, and all kinds of other things. However, all you get in it are a few blurbs of texts about all items. But once you choose to leap into fight, it immediately becomes obvious that you shouldn't actually need to allocate much of your time distressing about real time transport attacks, at any rate.
Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team may be just one of those DBZ fighting game, and won't be hard tell it apart from its predecessors. The team-based multiplayer battles are a good addition, but it is appended to the same older combat model the whole Dragon Ball series has dished out over and over again, and you can find more valuable multiplayer fighting titles on the PSP out there. In all, Tenkaichi Tag Team suggests some depths and varieties but actually unable to give a lot of either, and although it is exciting to handle the enormous power of those characters for a few hours, the repetitious and old taste of the combat mechanism makes it a game only for the most dedicated Dragon Ball lovers.

Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman

NIS equals with long, gruelling RPG’s that necessitate players to play for long periods of time, but in turn offer marvelous gameplay. This game, the Z.H.P Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman is one of them, and it is an excellent portable role-playing game that will consume many hours of gaming, without people even noticing.

The weird and loony story absolutely demonstrates the general tone for the entire game. Darkdeath Evilman will smash the Earth and our hero the Unlosing Ranger is the only one who can hold him back . Being a bit late to the battleground, his worry gets the best of him, the a car accident occurs. As he has dying, he picks out the first bystander he finds to become the second Unlosing Ranger. Ignorant and helpless, your character does not stand a chance. Your simple goal end-to-end the title is to, become powerful, and eventually save the Earth from Darkdeath Evilman.
Anyone who familiar with NIS titles knows what they should be prepared when it comes to interface and presentation. The fictitious characters appear like they are ripped out straight from the Disgaea universe, while the voice works are humorous, contributing personality to all characters you meet.

Anyone wanting for a dementedly long RPG grindfest along with a vast amount of tinkering should immediately pick Z.H.P. The quantity of contents is unrivaled for a PSP title. When it's already 1AM, you may say , “Just one more dungeon,”.