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Dynasty Warriors 5

Game Description: Dynasty Warriors 5 is the greatest Dynasty Warriors game ever. All of the characters have their own story, and events will be viewed from the Warrior's own perspective. More powerful weapons, smarter soliders and battlefields that are 30% larger—all here to help you conquer. You'll be challenged to make snap decisions in the heat of battle—and keep advancing into enemy territory to complete your goal and build a Dynasty. Twice as many characters per screen, for the most devastating Musou attacks ever. The enhanced battlefield base system challenges your strategy skills in combat.

Colosseum: Road to Freedom – Review

Swordfighting simulation is one of those creatures that developers have been trying to master for years, but have yet to satisfactorily tame. Generally these games try to skew towards one of two extremes: the more popular straight fighting games, which translate a few button presses into elaborate blade flourishes; and the rarer pure simulations, which ask players to recreate specific motions of swordfighting with their controllers.

Colosseum: Road to Freedom – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Crimson Sea 2 – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes

Crimson Sea 2 – Review

As a space opera with a glamorous hack-n-slash veneer, Crimson Sea 2 serves as an attractive piece of entertainment in interactive form. The soap opera-like plot set among the stars has a tortured hero fighting demons from both within and without, trying to sort out his love-life and realizing that despite super-human powers, he's just a guy looking for love—albeit in all the wrong places.

Yanya Caballista: City Skater – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

Yanya Caballista: City Skater – Review

Initially, I was expecting a game like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, with free form environments and highly varied goals. Instead, I found an experience more like Jet Set Radio: a strictly timed affair where the goals are all painfully similar and figuring out how to get to the next goal is half the challenge.

Crimson Sea – Review

Sometimes a videogame can make itself less of a worthwhile experience by making its existence as a videogame too obvious. This may seem initially to be a contradiction in terms, but what about a movie that's constantly reminding the viewer that it's a movie? When a child plays pretend, do they constantly tell themselves that they aren't driving that fire engine, it's just their imagination?

Crimson Sea – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Suggestive Themes, Violence

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