Game Description: Step into a colorful world on your PSP where history meets fantasy. Take part in a mystical story inspired by the legendary Joan of Arc, where players will explore a fantasy setting filled with ogres, dragons, and magical powers. The game brings numerous animated in-game cutscenes that bring the world to life. The game's background story begins far in the past, during a long war where dark gods attempted to use their demon armies to enter the human world. Five brave heroes create armlets to restrain the demon gods.
By Brad Gallaway on September 19, 2007 - 10:02pm.
"About ancient history... it's called Jeanne D'Arc
, and it's all about this big war that happened, but it's weird because the two sides are the French and the English and at first I couldn't figure out was going on because there weren't any Nazis or zombies or anything."
... is that the same as Joan of Arc? That one chick that dressed up like a guy to play football or something?"
By Brad Gallaway on September 19, 2007 - 9:55pm.
According to ESRB
, this game contains: Alcohol References, Fantasy Violence, and Mild Language
By Brad Gallaway on September 5, 2007 - 8:10am.
After Burner: Black Falcon may be spiritually true to Sega's seminal 1987 hit, but game design has progressed by leaps and bounds since then. Cleaving so closely to its dusty, outdated forefather hurt more than it helped, I'd say.
By Brad Gallaway on September 5, 2007 - 8:04am.
According to ESRB
, this game contains: Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Violence, and Use of Tobacco
Game Description: After Burner: Black Falcon puts you into customizable fighter jets, for intense arcade gameplay. Players maneuver through a barrage of missiles and enemy fire, destroying all terrorist targets in the air or on land. Budding pilots can also dogfight competitively via Ad Hoc in a variety of multiplayer modes, or work with another pilot to achieve co-op-only goals. For the first time, have intense arcade fun with many more in-depth features—all in one game!
Game Description: Coming exclusively to the PSP system, Crush features an all new concept in multi-dimensional puzzle gameplay. A uniquely styled puzzle game that blends 2D and 3D graphics in an enticingly surreal environment, Crush is sure to present an addicting challenge! Puzzle your way across 40 brain-twisting levels switching perspectives from 3D to 2D to conquer your challenges. Changing your perspective on things will do more than alter your view; shift platforms and objects, activate machinery, cause immense chain reactions in the environment and overcome your enemies it's all in the power of perspective.
By Brad Gallaway on August 15, 2007 - 12:32am.
Crush, for all its flaws, is exactly the sort of game that the PSP needs more of. Seeing it in action for the first time is like bearing witness to a magnificent illusion--literally watching the spatial norms I've taken for granted get tossed out a window isn't something I'm going to forget soon.
By Brad Gallaway on August 1, 2007 - 7:03am.
It satisfies in small doses, but there's no denying that neither the engaging characters nor the Star Wars license are enough to conceal the fact that Star Wars: Lethal Alliance is thin and underdeveloped.
By Andrew Fletcher on July 13, 2007 - 7:48am.
Illusions and tricks of the eye have been staples of cinematic entertainment ever since those unwitting Lumière fans thought the train was coming right for them. And of late, gaming too seems to have developed a taste for undercutting its own visual conventions and toying with players' expectations. Super Paper Mario, Haze, Portal and Okami have all dabbled with innovative ways of twisting the player's perception of the game world...
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