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System Flaw by Storm City Games

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System Flaw is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 5.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: Storm City Games
  • Developer: Cokem International Ltd
  • Category: Shooter

Product Details:

The blockbuster anime series on Cartoon Network returns with a sequel to the hit DS RPG Naruto: Path of the Ninja, featuring an original storyline, new characters, evolved graphics and more. Embark on a dramatic new mission with Naruto and his squad as they discover a mysterious valley and an ancient sealed evil about to put all their lives in danger.

  • 360° Optical flow/ motion detection technology
  • 100 scripted levels
  • One button game play
  • 10 unique creatures
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fun until... When I first started playing this game I really enjoyed it. The 2nd level really fun. 3rd level epic. 4th level fun. So on until level 15 it got so boring. There is no difference from the 1st level from the 15th level. I wouldnt buy this game.
    Date published: 2011-03-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great idea Really good game to play for about 10 minutes and play the next day.Well worth ten dollars.
    Date published: 2011-03-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Start This game is a lot of fun to play. It's not the kind of game you would sit down for hours upon hours to play, but rather, a game to waste a few minutes every now and again. The graphics in this are very simple, and it has an arcade-ish feel to it, which I think is a good thing that suits the game excellently. The sound is also simple, but once again, I have no complaints as it suits the game perfectly. There is not a whole lot of variety, though, which is why it is best played in short bursts. It has only two game modes, survival and missions, so there really isn't too much to it, and it seems like there should be more modes to play. All in all, I think System Flaw is a great start in showing what could be done with the DSi's camera.
    Date published: 2009-12-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simplicity... Some one once said 'Simplicity is the hallmark of genius' if nothing else this game IS simple, but I didn't say EASY the difficulty ramps up the further you get into the leverls. It's a shooter in the same manner that Space Invaders is... There are 99 levels and of those there are three basic goals of each level; and also three different modes The Three goals?: 1) Kill All enemiers 2) Survive a certain amount of time, 3) Kill a boss, there may be more goals but it's still early and that's all I see. There;s nothing wrong with that though.... Some of the best games ever like Space Invaders was built on this same simplicity with ramping up challenge difficulty... You can replay any level once it's unlocked but early on there's no real reason for that except if you want someone else to try it,,, There is patrol mode where you clear out a level, Survuval mode where you try and last as long as possible with the monsters spawning at an increasing rate and they become increasingly popwerful, aqnd harder to kill. There are various power up which affect how the weapons fire and so forth t increase the depth of the game by small increments. Don't expect a lot here, it would have been better at a bit less but I have no regrets, the technology works 'FLAW-LESSLY' pardon the PUN. It is fun and in the same manner as Nintendos Wii Fit, this single game can get you up and moving around like exercise in moments without even realizing it. Since the story line is small and direct I gave it a low score for story, the music is nothing special the interface and responsive-ness works great though. Although separately I gave it varying levels of scores, this game will certainly entertain and I'm fully convinced this is the fore father of a whole series of game styles which it will spawn As they say, the sum of it's parts are greater than the whole. You might just as well get it while you can, there certainly is NOTHING else out ther e like it that's for certain and it IS entertaining.
    Date published: 2009-11-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from good game this game is totally awesome has allot of levels to do and the controls are fun. the graphics looks ok but not as the rest of the games. you can play and defeat the aliens with the camera of the dsi and shoot with the r button. also this game has 100 levels to play and its very hard to past. This game is totally awesome i recommened you buy it.
    Date published: 2009-11-22
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