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Spawn: Armageddon – Review

There's a reciprocation that comes from certain games. They give back the love that is given or better yet, they might multiply that love—those rare games that aren't played so much as they seduce the player. Games that make it easy to love them, or even games that offer up an initial bit of resistance before opening up and allowing the persistent gamer access to their hidden treasures.

Spawn: Armageddon

Game Description: A 3D action/adventure in which you fight with Spawn's superhuman strength, combat techniques, weaponry, Hell Powers and, of course, living costume, Spawn: Armageddon based on Todd McFarlane's creation, is a 3D action or adventure that will give players access to all of his distinctive abilities his superhuman strength, hand-to-hand combat techniques, his arsenal of weaponry, his Hell Powers and, of course, his living symbiotic costume. Caught between the battle of Good vs. Evil, he struggles to break free from the controlling influences of Heaven and Hell, Spawn: Armageddon is set in the gritty streets and alleyways of New York City. The focus of the game is combat, where Spawn can use three different methods of attack: hell powers, weapons, and hand-to-hand maneuvers.

Onimusha 3: Demon Seige – Review

The final chapter in Capcom's samurai & demons series, Onimusha 3: Demon Siege couldn't have been a better conclusion. Packed with everything from tender family moments to huge action-packed set pieces, the game delivers.

Onimusha 3: Demon Seige – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Intense Violence, Blood

Onimusha 3: Demon Seige

Game Description: Onimusha 3: Demon Siege takes the fantastic gaming of the Onimusha series to a new level. It's got dramatic new camera angles, advanced 3D polygonal graphics, new enemies and an incredible new story. Take control of Akechi Samanosuke one more time, as he's sent through time to modern-day France. He trades places with 21st-century French cop Jacques Blanc, who travels to feudal Japan. Fighting separately and together, they'll stop the Genma once and for all.

Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny – Review

I ended up enjoying Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny a great deal more than I thought possible. The beginning is close to what I think an ideal action game should feel like in terms of structure, and it doesn't hurt that the graphics and art design are still downright amazing in some parts.

Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence, Blood and Gore

Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny

Game Description: Horrid creatures continue to massacre local villages, and it seems nothing can stop them. One young samurai, Jubei Yagyu, has vowed to stop the spread of evil before it’s too late. Play as Yagyu as you master the Yagyu Shinkage style of fighting. You’ll have the option of choosing a partner to accompany you or going it alone, and either decision will yield original storylines taking you through dark forests, old towns, and even gold mines. There are plenty of cutscenes and awesome voice acting to keep the 3D adventure realistic.

Rise to Honor – Second Opinion

Beating up guys in Rise to Honor is fun. The combat system is unique and engaging, and honestly, it's the only thing that saves the game from complete mediocrity. Yet, like just about everything else in this title, with a little more tweaking and fine-tuning, it could have been much better.

Rise to Honor – Review

At the center of Rise to Honor is world-renowned Wushu martial arts stylist and Hong Kong film idol Jet Li, in the ass kickin' out-for-revenge hero role he's played dozens of times before on the celluloid screen.

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