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Tales of Vesperia Xbox 360 Game namco

Tales of Vesperia Xbox 360 Game namco

“Tales of Vesperia is my favorite entry in the series, the cast has a synergy that makes them stick in your mind even years after finishing the game. It is the only entry that I have played through multiple times without taking a break. This was the first entry on the current gen systems, and it shows with some odd design choices and cut content. Story The main adventure is divided into three...” --PENDRAG0ON

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Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Playstation3 Game NAMCO BANDAI Games

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Playstation3 Game NAMCO BANDAI Games

“To say I was looking forward to Ni No Kuni would be an understatement, when I first heard about the project back in 2008 for the Nintendo DS I about lost it. Combining the talents of one of my favorite developers with those of my favorite film studios, it was a dream come true. Sadly, as the months went on I realized that it would never come to the US. Then hope came in 2010 when I learned that...” --PENDRAG0ON

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Tales of Xillia

Tales of Xillia

“The Tales series is a long running "Action" JRPG that has combined traditional exploration with a combat system more akin to a fighting game. Running since 1995 on the Super Famicom in Japan, many entries have skipped Western release. The release of Tales of Xillia marked the 15th Anniversary of the series in Japan and it is the thirteenth "Mothership" Title. Story Since this is an RPG, I...” --PENDRAG0ON

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Tales of Grace F Playstation3 Game NAMCO BANDAI Games

Tales of Grace F Playstation3 Game NAMCO BANDAI Games

“Tales of Graces f is an interesting entry in the series, starting off on the Wii and then being given an HD port to the PS3 with an added post game storyline. The main theme of the game is friendship, but it clashes with the violence of war that is present throughout. The cell shading also clashes with the violence, watching a cute deformed character brutally carve up a dead soldier is just......” --PENDRAG0ON

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Namco Museum Virtual Arcade Xbox 360 Game namco

Namco Museum Virtual Arcade Xbox 360 Game namco

“The Namco Museum Virtual Arcade for the Xbox 360 is one of my favorite Classic Arcade Game collections. But , it takes second place to Atari Anthology for the Xbox 360 and PC. Atari Anthology also suffers from the playing classic arcade games on an HDTV, Projector or monitor not translating well in graphics quality as does Namco Museum Virtual Arcade. The sound emulates the original arcade...” --PGTweed

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Tales of Symphonia Chronicles

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles

TALES OF SYMPHONIA takes the signature real-time battle system of the TALES OF role-playing games, allowing for direct control of their character through fast-paced tactical battles. Dawn of the New World advances the series' battle system by introducing a new monster recruitment feature that lets players capture more than 200 unique monsters and train them to participate in battles....

Time Crisis Razing Storm Playstation3 Game NAMCO BANDAI Games

Time Crisis Razing Storm Playstation3 Game NAMCO BANDAI Games

Destroy everything in sight, from the environments to the futuristic terrorists aiming to take you down! Get your gun ready for combat and keep the ammo coming. The future of the free world depends on you and your M-16, solider.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations is the latest rendition in the smash hit 'Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm' series of games. The title will power the series into the future by revolutionizing online play and ramping up the number of playable and support characters far beyond any Naruto game in the wildly popular franchise. Players will compete in a variety of...

Wrc 3 Fia 2012 Ps3

Wrc 3 Fia 2012 Ps3

Namco WRC 3 FIA World Rally Championship 2012 11096 PlayStation 3 Games

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