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Dynasty Warriors: Gundam

Game Description: The legendary creators of Dynasty Warriors, Omega Force, combines two classic series to bring you Dynasty Warriors: Gundam. Dynasty Warriors: Gundam brings the fast-paced action-filled excitement and epic, cinematic gameplay experience of Dynasty Warriors to the futuristic battlegrounds of the rich Gundam universe. Assume the roles of the legendary heroes and villains and get in the cockpits of your favorite Mobile Suits to fight across a host of battlefields of the future in both terrestrial and stellar at a lightning fast speed. Put your will and skill to the test to turn the tides of battles as you lead an army of Mobile Suits against impossible odds. Choose your favorite characters and Mobile Suits from more than 6 different epic animated TV series based on the Gundam universe and strategically strengthen their power, skills and abilities at your preference.

Urban Reign – Second Opinion

Urban Reign feels like the bare skeleton of a game; just a rough sketch of what the finished product was supposed to be. I'm extremely glad I picked it up for a song secondhand, because I'd be pretty pissed if I had paid full price for it.

Tales of Symphonia – Consumer Guide

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

Tales of Phantasia – Review

Namco's Tales of Phantasia has an abundance of clichés. But the game handles them so well that it's made me see why these things became clichés in the first place.

Bounty Hounds – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Language, Violence

Bounty Hounds – Review

The PSP has seen some choice releases lately, and this sudden burst of quality has been a welcome respite from what felt like an eternity of nothing to get excited over. Tekken, Valkyrie Profile, and LocoRoco are all fine titles that PSP owners can be proud of, and Bandai Namco's Bounty Hounds seemed well-suited to join their ranks… but don't let appearances deceive.

Tekken: Dark Ressurection – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Crude Humor, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence

Tekken: Dark Ressurection – Review

Thanks to the wizards at Bandai Namco, PSP owners can add one more stellar game to the list. Debatably better than the PS2's outstanding Tekken 5, Dark Resurrection is a reworking of the same material with a flawless technical presentation, two worthwhile new characters, and enough extras and options to make it a must-own for PSP players.

Tekken: Dark Ressurection

Game Description: Tekken: Dark Resurrection arrives on the PSP, bringing one of the most explosive fighting games to the handheld platform. New characters Lili and Dragunov join the classic cast such as Jin, Heihachi, Paul and Law in the battle to be crowned King of the Iron Fist Tournament. An all-new intro movie lets you dive into the midst of the world of Tekken, this time with ad-hoc multiplayer mode to fight against friends as well as more items to customize your favorite characters. Now you can fight anytime, anywhere.

Point Blank DS – Consumer Guide

 According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

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