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Tekken 6Namco Bandai Games (2007)

Tekken 6

Review written Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 at 10:19 pm.


It's a pretty smooth fighter at least, It's the only Tekken I've played though, so I can't compare to other games in the same series. If you can ignore the painfully bad campaign mode of the game, it's actually pretty damn good. The variation in the characters is awesome, and the boss fight against Azazel in arcade mode is damn hard, as any boss in a fighting game should be.

Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon (N64)Konami Osaka (KCEO) (1997)

Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon (N64)

Review written Thursday, April 25th, 2013 at 05:57 am.


The fortunate few who have played this game will know how good it is, and how it stands up even today. This is my all-time favorite game for good reason. The music was insanely well-done, the levels were designed well, and the game had a great (and a little odd) storyline. One of the best things about the game was the choice it gave you, letting you choose which of the 4 characters to use, and letting you swap between them freely. The boss fights are some of the best out of any video games in existence too, putting you behind the controls of a mech to take down other giant robots and taking advantage of using a unique first person perspective for these fights. I'll always love this game, even after playing through on at least 10 occasions.

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