Bujingai: The Forsaken City
A game that is mimic to Devil May Cry!
B Forsaken City is one of those games that is good but also bad. When I first picked this game up I thought it would be a good game but when you first contral your character I was playing Dante all over again but in Hong Kong. Even though you don't have guns it's the battle play. You can upgrade your magic, attacks, HP... just like DMC. It's not really bad game it's just has been done before. The graphics is good the CGI's are nice but hahahaha the main character looks like a girl. The sound is decent not to jump about it. The game does offer some goodies but do you really want to play it again? You can but once was enough for me.
it was a waste of my money and time . it was hard and a waste of my precious money. the hardest part was when his nemesis kept running and sending monsters for himself.COWARD!!!
A Very Bland Title
I personally find this game to be quite bland. The physics with the combat system are too generic: "Hack, slash, hack, slash". Too similar to games like Devil May Cry, Chaos Legion, etc. I played the game on Medium, to see if I could get a little more "Juice", for lack of a better word, out of it. The Easy and Medium difficulties are really no different. There seems to also be a lack of move combinations as well. I found myself incessantly hitting the "Triangle" button quite often to do the character's spinning attack just to spice things up. Didn't really help. The storyline seems quite generic as well. I honestly didn't really care for this game. You may, but I did not. In my opinion, the only real "Spark" of this title was the fact that the main character is physically based on the Japanese musician, Gackt. Other than that, bleh... Basically, a generic, Japanese hack and slash game. :)
Similar to other PS2 Titles
I bought this game looking for a good alternative to the mainstream wave of game that was sweeping over the PS2 back in the day!.When I started this game I was pleasantly surprised. Very innovative movements, I personally love games that take a step back from physical limits placed on us. You can run up walls, float, the attacks system is simple, but visually is pretty good. However, the level design is poor, areas look very similar to each other and objectives are generally hard to find with in the level. Boss fights are pretty intense though, there is not a whole lot of room for error even on normal mode. This game did feel like the Devil May Cry series or similar third person sword fighter games. Overall, I enjoyed the combat system, but there was not enough to keep playing this game.