Game Profile

This is a side-scrolling action game in which players battle cyborg enemies in city environments.

Players control a hero character that punches, kicks, and uses special moves to defeat cyborg soldiers and boss characters. Enemies explode when defeated, and the action is accompanied by frequent swiping/punching sound effects.

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Ron DelVillano

An exercise in frustration

In late August, the North American DSiWare service saw the release of Genterprise's G.G Series: Ninja Karakuri Den, the first title in its G.G Series of games to make it across the ocean from Japan. Now, two months later, the second instalment in the...

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User Comments (8)



sam322 said:

should i buy shantae or asphalt (or might flip chams) and art style pictobits
answer as soon as possible please



Collision_Cat said:

Sam322, from what I've heard you should definitely get Shantae! I haven't been able to play it though, no Euro release. But you're in the US, make the most of it!



sam322 said:

collision_cat thanks for your advice
i actually downloaded shantae when i saw its surprising ratings
it's fun i recommend it it's a must buy for too and for everyone who owns a dsi

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