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Heavenly Sword Member Review for the PS3

By:
RoyAyanamix
10/22/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Sony 
DEVELOPER Ninja Theory Ltd 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Blood, Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

       No spoilers, don't worry. I'm too riveted to spoil this one for you. haha. Anyways....

        Although I still haven't gotten my own Ps3 due to skepticism, I think this game finally sold me. This is the console seller as of currently, at least I see why it would be. I got to play this game and it was pretty damn cool. All things to be said about this game has been said, so I just want to mention briefly that I think the gameplay mechanics were simple and straight-forward as it were solid. Sound, graphics, controls are top-notch and they took full advantage of the hardware.

       Furthermore, I think the story was pretty cool, though it could've been more developed but then again I think the story is well done for this kind of game. Hmm, I think the feeling of unsatisfaction towards the game's story that I now feel, is probably due to the fact that the game was very short. A bit too short for my--or anyone who actually sat down and salivated over this sweet game--taste. I mean come one, what is it with games nowadays lasting only hours not surpassing the ones digit?! The game could be finished in one sitting and very little replayability aside for the reason to see the game grace your high-def TV. I mean what's up with that? I mean, ten years ago we pay 20-30 bucks for a game we play for hours on end. Value has went down the drain for these sucka's who makes them games! They concentrate on resolution than content nowadays. I can't help but the get the feeling that the gaming industry is turning into some kind of Hollywood-Crap-Hell. Enough griping from me for today.


    To sum it, Very well game, that is fun from beginning to end. Solid, solid proper execution and advantage of the six-axis and the rest of the PS3-Mega-Monster engine. Lastly, I just want to state that this game pleased me... pleased me in ways only an 18 year-old Japanese school girl can.  Since it ended all too soon, I'd prefer my Japanese school girl over it any day (you would too, b***h), unless I get tired of going through the same levels over and over again looking for some kind of hidden item. Lol. Man, I'm bored.

-bored.... Roy.


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