Namco X Capcom for the PS2
The interesting import-only game for today is called Namco X Capcom (pronounced Namco Cross Capcom) for the Playstation 2.
Ever wanted to see Heihachi Mishima from the Tekken series face off against Akuma from the Street Fighter series in a tactical battle? Or how about KOS-MOS from Xenosaga versus Rockman Juno (Megaman Juno) from Rockman Dash? Well, these and many more can happen in the tactical RPG, Namco X Capcom! Order it online today and in no time at all you will be playing this game and having a unique gaming experience.
There are over 100 characters, nearly all of which are from a variety of different Capcom and Namco games. The four previously mentioned games only scratch the surface. There are also appearances from Resident Evil (or Biohazard in Japan), Ghosts ‘n Goblins, Soul Calibur, Darkstalkers, Klonoa Heroes, Rival Schools, and many more!
Two completely new characters lead the way through the story as all the universes that these games belong in start to crash together. Characters from other games start appearing, and they don’t know why they are where they are! As you progress through the game, you get to find out what’s really going on while getting to play as many of your favorite characters. There is nothing like it in the U.S.A.!
The only problem with it for English speakers is that everything is completely in Japanese. Since it’s story based and has complex menues, a basic knowledge of Japanese (or a willingness to experiment a lot) is required to enjoy this game.
I have personally been unable to finish it as it is normally a 70-100 hour game, and it takes even longer for me since I have to spend time translating sections of it to understand it. My Japanese isn’t yet good enough to not use my electronic dictionary (which will be featured as a Interesting Import Only Game later, as it is for the DS).
Here’s a clip of the gameplay to let you see what it’s like. It goes from a grid format typical of strategic RPGs to psuedo-real-time, one-sided battles where the player either only attacks or only blocks. This video shows the attacking part (which is much more fun XD)
You can find out more information about Namco X Capcom by clicking HERE
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Have fun playing!