InuYasha Feudal Combat
Inuyasha: Feudal Combat PS2 Review
Inuyasha: Feudal Combat for PS2 is a great game for PS2. The challenge for this game is not that great because it only has 5 or 6 levels in story mode which are pretty easy. You can win story mode by getting along just by hitting "square" (which is light attack) and "X" (which is heavy attack). The controls however, are great. You hit the "X" button to do a heavy attack, press the "square" button to do a light attack, the "triangle" button to jump, the "circle" button to do a special move, and you use the left analog stick to move. The graphics are great too. They are very cartoony and suit the game well. The interface is great. The length of the game is endless because it's a fighting game and has many characters and many arenas to choose from. The sound is great. It sounds realistic enough. The storyline is ok because it's not as good as the series' story. All in all, it's a great game, rent it, buy it, do whatever you need to do to play it. But I only reccomend this game to Inuyasha fans because it's not your typical fighting game. I like it because I'm a die-hard Inuyasha fan myself. It's a great game and I suggest that you get it.
This game's only fun for die-hard Inuyasha fans
It's a typical fighter game, and not much else. It has a story mode, a mission mode, and a versus mode, of course, all equipped with Inuyasha characters. The graphics were good for the time it was released, but they were not the best. There were many glitches in the graphics and holes in the gameplay. The gameplay wasn't too bad, if the only thing you like to do is fight. If you like fighting games, you might like this one alright. Each character has their own special moves and combos, and none are too lengthy or difficult to do. However, don't expect to be running through feudal Japan chasing after Naraku--all that "story nonsense" is skipped over so you can get straight to the pummeling. Likewise, the plot had next to nothing to offer. This game is for fighting only. Mission mode is the most challenging part of the game, and I actually quite enjoyed it. The game is otherwise so easy, it's boring. This game is not one to be played by anyone alone. It is extremely dull to play this one by yourself. It's also not a game for anyone less than an avid Inuyasha fan. You could pick up almost any other fighting game and have more fun with it, although I must say it is extremely satisfying to kill your least favorite character as many times as you want.
InuYasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale 3D
Pros: can battle with 4 characters on a screen, hard-core fans will like
Cons: combat is easy, simple, and boring
I would only play this game for free
If you have ever played InuYasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale then prepare for the same game except gone 3D and 2 simul vs 2 simul battles. I actually liked that game better than this one. Anyways, I use to love the show when I was a young teen and InuYasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale was pretty decent. So I thought it would be a good idea to get this one, but I was disappointed. I beat the story mode in one sitting and in less than 30 minutes on the most difficult setting. I am no fighting game pro in any means. There are definitely way more funner and challenging fighting video games, let alone anime video games.
This game is the anime/manga series Inuyasha, made into a Smash Bros style fighting game. It's fun, but story is tooooo short and there are not enough game modes. The character list is perfect and gameplay is super easy and fun! Do buy this game, if you are a hardcore fan of the anime/manga, otherwise don't bother-won't interest you.
Its like a cheap version of Dragonball Z. Not that many combos or move buttons. For ps2, the graphics are pretty good. The Misson mode can keep you goin for HOURS!!! The story mode isnt that long but needed to unlock. Mission mode has a "Horde" mode. You can create ANY combination of characters and boost there Abilities, than use em in Head-to-Head or to do mission mode, Highly recomended if ur a "Mortal kombat" and/or Inuyasha fan. 4/5 Stars