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|Bloody Roar: Primal Fury
||The number of games that allow you to control a
kung fu wererabbit can be counted on the fingers of one hand, namely
Bloody Roar 2, and
Bloody Roar 3.
Although dismissed on the PlayStation as a fairly simplistic
button-mashing version of Tekken, on the thus far
beat-'em-up-free GameCube, the series' various charms are easier to
spot. The obvious gimmick is that your character can, with surprisingly
little effort, transform into a werebeast of varying unlikeness. The
tiger, lion, and wolf fighters are all fairly predictable, but the sight
of a giant anthropomorphic mole battling it out with what can only be
described as Graham Norton crossed with a giant chameleon is one of the
more peculiar visions the video gaming world can offer. -- David
||The description on the box
does it no favors so I put in this very true review from David Jenkins
(some guy from the UK, sounds reliable right?) that made me laugh from
just how true it is (anyone whos knows who Graham Norton is and know the
character they're portraying him as will get a giant kick in the pants
from it, you know, in a good way). Not much more I can say that David
hasn't, I personally love the game.
Above average but not the greatest, cause it's easy to button mash
|Digimon Rumble Arena 2
Digimon Rumble Arena leaps onto next generation platforms
with a flourish! Play as one of over 40 television characters in
this fast and furious fighter! Battle your way through icy glaciers
and across fields of fire in this digivolving contest of skills!
- Featuring more than 40 playable Digimon
forms--each with unique moves to master!
- Featuring popular Digimon from all 4 TV
- Single player and multi-player modes!
Compete as one of up to 4 players in Multi-Player Brawls.
- Unlock secret Digimon!
- Use your signature move to get
Digipoints then Digivolve and destroy your opponents.
|This game is very, very
similar to Smash Bros Brawl, except that there is transformations as
well as super attacks. In all honesty this is a good game but the combat
system can very easily aggravate people. It's good for a laugh and a
change of pace from the same ol' game.
Average, but not bad
|Naruto Clash of Ninja 2
||NARUTO: Clash of Ninja 2, developed exclusively
for Nintendo GameCube, will offer non-stop ninja style combat action for
1-4 players where gamers choose to play as one of 23 total available
characters. All-new multi-player modes will engage players in frantic
simultaneous four player battles and single-player modes will offer more
gameplay choices than before with survival and timed attack modes that
allow players to showcase their taijutsu and special jutsu abilities.
||This early fighting game
was once the best there was on the Gamecube, although in story mode the
computers are often stupidly strong no matter which settings you use,
the multiplayer mode isn't bad at all. The only real flaw to this is
that it's outdated by the rest of the clash of ninja series.
Not horrible, but limited characters and newer versions available
|One Piece: Grand Battle
- 16 playable pirates with 32 additional support
characters from the TV show
- 6 game play modes including Grand Battle and 2
player Versus Mode
- Interactive 3D environments - pick up objects
and use them to attack your opponent
- 7 environments in which to battle your
opponents, all faithfully recreated from the TV
- Each character has more than 20 regular moves,
as well as special attacks and ultimate attacks
|This game literally throws
you into the fights without showing you anything first. the basic
commands are easy enough to figure out, but there isn't one sentence in
the game telling you anything about ultimate attacks or the several
hidden characters, add in bad English jokes and crazy graphics, and you
get a game that will entertain you for almost a full 5 minutes.
Not very entertaining, but fun for a while and easy on the eyes.
|One Piece Grand Adventure
- Updated cast of characters - Play along with the cartoon
series as new characters from the TV show join the crew in the
digital world. Up to 24 main characters including new characters
such as Trace, Princess Vivi, Tashigi, and more join the
- Search for additional support characters - One Piece - Grand
adventure brings a roster of 50 supporting characters and a new
support character system to add to the chaos of the battle
- Evolution of the grand battle - The Accel-Heat System adds
another layer to the exciting battle by giving the player the
opportunity to pull off special attacks straight from the
|The sequel to One Piece
Grand Battle, and i must say it's a huge improvement. There have been
basic improvements to the battle system as well as a roster update, the
games graphics are still appealing and they added an adventure mode that
throws in a rpg aspect to the game. you can level up your characters and
use points to give them additional abilities, such as increased strength,
defense, special attacks, etc. they also added a tournament mode which
isn't a bad thing.
(are you seeing a trend here?)
Greatly improved battle system and character roster made all the
|One Piece Pirates Carnival
- Dozens of wacky pirates - Choose from 7 playable characters
from Luffy's Straw Hat Pirates, and encounter dozens more
- Expand your crew and your pirate power - Pick a block on the
map, win the mini-game, and conquer the block
- Choose your mode - Three game play modes to choose from -
Board Game mode, Mini Game Collection mode, and Versus Games
- Classic mini-games with a hilarious twist; Over 30
mini-games, each in the comical, quirky style of One Piece.
- Join Luffy and his crew for a crazy adventure on the high
|This game is quite very
possible THE MOST ANNOYING GAME IN EXISTANCE. Yet weirdly, I find it
quite fun. Imagine Mario Party but with pirates instead of plumbers.
also there isn't a board to move on, instead players flip cards with
varying effects and values on them in order to gain the most gold to win
once all cards are flipped. one little difference in this game is that
there is a minigame after every card flip and the winner of that game
gets the card.
(idk why, there's just as much violence in this as the previous two)
entertainment value is very high and it's fun when you have a group of
- A 3D multiplayer fighting game based on the popular Groove
Adventure RAVE manga series (known as Rave Master to
- Battle it out as Haru Glory, Elie, Musica & many other
characters from the exciting new animated series.
- Wield powerful weapons and unleash explosive attack combos
and incredible special moves to defeat your enemies. It's time
for the Rave-olution!
- Battle with your friends in an intense 4-player Vs
Mode Multiple attack combos, weapons and unique attacks for each
|This is a very hard to find
game. I haven't touched the story mode on it in truth so i wont say
anything else about it. the VS mode though is pretty cool. It's exactly
like Smash Bros Melee except that there is a 3D arena instead of a 2D
arena (meaning you can move in any direction, not just up, down, forward
and backwards) there are many weapons and items to play with and each
has it's own special attack. It's a pretty fun game and anyone who
enjoyed the series will also enjoy the game.
It's good but not as good as others.
|Sonic Adventure 2: Battle
||Most Sonic the Hedgehog games are specifically
for Sega related platforms but Sonic Adventure 2 Battle is an original
game made for the Nintendo GameCube. Sonic and crew need to stop Dr.
Eggman from his nasty tricks again. There's new characters brought into
the Sonic universe! A mysterious dark hedgehog called Shadow and a bat
named Rouge. The Sonic Adventure 2 Battle has been enhanced with
graphics, doubling the framerate and now is set as a multiplayer system.
||Almost 10 years ago when
this game came out and I got to play it I thought it was so amazing that
it would blow away any other game out there. As 10 years past it went
from amazing to mediocre, the single player mode is ok, unless
your playing as knuckles/ rouge. The multiplyer aspect isn't bad, but
it's still not great.
(one is for the Sonic/ Shadow levels, one is for the kart racing
||Sonic Riders teams up Sonic the Hedgehog, Tails,
Knuckles and a group of new characters, in a wild new racing game. Dr.
Robotnik has challenged racers from across the world to compete in his
Worldwide Grand Prix, the prize being a Chaos Emerald. Sonic and his
friends must compete get the Chaos Emerald before anyone else does.
Multiple visually stunning locations from across the Sonic universe
||Sonic Riders is a fairly
fun game with an average selection of corses, riders and
boards/skates/scooters. There isn't much i can say either good or bad
about this game. It's not great anymore because of the new Sonic Riders
games such as Zero Gravity and Free Riders.
it's an all around average game.
|Soul Caliber 2
- After the ancient sword called Soul Edge was broken to
pieces, the shards were scattered across the world. The mighty
weapon that destroyed it, Soul Caliber, has since disappeared --
and the evil magic of the sword has begun reasserting itself.
- Become any of the warriors from the original monster hit, or
two new characters, as you seek the fragments of Soul Edge and
the secret of Soul Caliber's disappearance
- Face the greatest hand-to-hand fighters in the world and use
your combos and techniques to eliminate them from the playing
- SPECIAL BONUS - The GameCube edition of the game has Link
from the Legend Of Zelda series as a playable character!
|Super Smash Bros Melee
- It features a whole new set of characters, and some hidden
ones for you to unlock
- Create your own matches in the new Tournament Mode
- New AI and smoother animation makes for a better game
- Buy trophies of classic Nintendo characters such as Pit &
- One to four players
|Zatch Bell Mamodo Battles
|Zoids Battle Legends
- Choose from a set of Zoids and face entire armies as you
- Finish dangerous missions and earn upgrades to your Zoids
- Incredible new Zoids to unlock - Mega Deathsaurer, Liger
Zero Phoenix, and the Energy Liger
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