Since I was a kid I’ve loved Digimon (and still do). That is, the anime, since we weren’t privy to the games until I think the GBA (since a bunch of them came out on the Wonderswan in the first place), and I didn’t buy all that many games back then so Digimon was one I skipped sadly. Anime-wise, Digimon was much superior to the sadly more popular Pokemon, largely for actually having storylines, being semi-serious and having interesting characters with more than 1 character trait. On the game side… I never really knew, sadly.
This game comes after many years of petitions and fan requests for Digimon games to make a comeback in America. And finally we got one, and not just that one subpar-looking fighting game on PS3.
So read on and see if the wait and petitions were worth it.
Well this is something I was interested in. What I saw of the gameplay concept before playing it seemed very interesting, and the art looked good. So, while I wasn’t SUPER hyped for this, I definitely wanted to check it out.
I missed out on checking out the demo, so I went at it light-heartedly, and what I found surprised me. A lot.
So read on and see why!
If you know me, you know I’m a relatively big fan of games NIS America bring over to America. There are some exceptions, of course, and I’m more partial towards games developped by NIS itself.
This game caught my interest for a number of reasons:
1. Published by NISA
3. Various Darkstalker characters
4. Interesting-looking gameplay
5. Costumes for all the female characters
Read on and see if the game is actually good like I was expecting, or if it actually deserves the stupidly low 3.5/10 rating from IGN.
Let’s start with a bit of history. Oneechanbara was a game in the “Simple 2000” series in Japan, made by D3 publisher. It was a relatively simple game (as the title suggests). The full name was “Simple 2000: The Oneechanbara”. Â Simple 2000 was just a bunch of cheaply made games for the most part and most weren’t really good and didn’t become popular. But The Onechanbara one of the few titles in the series, if any, to spawn an actual sequel. Heck, it was so popular it even got a movie (which I reviewed), and it was surprisingly good. Like a good B movie, a bit campy but ultimately a fun watch, and one of the very few good video-game based movies.
That of course made me interested in the actual games, and as luck would have it 2 were announced in America: this one, and Bikini Zombie Slayers on the Wii. So I knew I had to at least pick up one of them (and i’ll rent the other later). And, like the movie, this was surprisingly fun.
So let’s go! Read on!
Hello people, I have been finding a lot of Yoko pictures recently so this week will feature some sexy cosplay of her!
Have a nice week!
Hello people, it’s already this time of the week where you’ll be able to lay your eyes on some of the sexiest cosplay on the net. This week will be some cosplay from the Code Geass anime.Â It’s a shame though that I don’t have a Lelouch cosplay though.
Hello people, I’m Valkryst and I’ll be introducing a new feature on The Save Points! relating to cosplay.Â I’ve browsed the Web over and over again to find the best cosplay there is and my job here will be to bring you the best of the best only. Of course, most of them will be the sexy cosplay type. Every week, I’ll post 5 cosplay pictures following most of the time a specific theme. This week is all about sexy maids. Feel free to post request on any theme you would like to see in the future.
Now that I’ve got your attention, please take a look on your right in the sidebar.
I’ve added a poll.
So now you can tell us what you’d like to see on our site through this poll. Â Any ideas not on there? Well the comments are there for that. Â So feel free to take a moment of your time and greet us and vote/post on the comments.
The Castlevania series, other than a few black sheep, has always been a quality series. In the recent years, handheld consoles have been getting lots of high-quality Castlevania love, especially the GBA and the DS. Now comes the latest in the series on the Nintendo DS.
This one does keep the usual Metroidvania style, but does a few things a bit differently. Is this game still as high-quality as previous DS/GBA Castlevania titles? Read on to see!
Video game movies tend to suck ass. There are a few exceptions of course, but overall, for some reason movie makers can’t do any good when it comes to making video game movies.
But can you really go wrong with a movie with hot japanese girls in bikinis/schoolgirl outfits killing zombies with katanas that also parodies everything anime/zombie flick/action movie? The answer is no, you can’t go wrong with that. And that is really all Onechanbara is about.