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|Game Name:||Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale||Genre:||Fighting|
|Publisher:||Bandai||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 1|
Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale is a 2D fighting game starring characters from Rumiko Takahashi's manga and anime series, Inuyasha. The story revolves around 15-year old high school student Kagome Higure, who inadvertently slips back in time to feudal Japan, where she becomes embroiled in a quest to locate shards of the Sacred Jewel of the Four Souls. "Feudal Fairy Tale," the game's main mode of play, follows this escapade and requires players to engage in a series of battles and mini-games in order to obtain the coveted shards. Initially, only Kagome and her half-demon companion Inuyasha are playable, but as players journey through the game, acquiring shards, more characters become available.
Each character is able to perform both strong and weak attacks, as well as throws and counter attacks. Players can also execute more powerful combination maneuvers, including special and super attacks, which can only be initiated when the Spiritual meter is filled. Additionally, specific attacks can cause opponents to drop shards that, once claimed, will fill the Spiritual meter more quickly.
"Versus Fairy Tale" allows players to fight against a single opponent, either human- or computer-controlled. Similarly, "Dream Fairy Tale" offers play against a human or computer opponent, but here each fighter is aided by a second character that can be switched in and out of play, as in such titles as Marvel Vs. Capcom and Tekken Tag Tournament. "Myoga's Training" provides for those who wish to practice their fighting skills, while "Shippo's Seven Changes" offers a handful of game options. Lastly, the "Backpack" mode features unlockable artwork and allows players to alter character voices, play mini-games, and listen to the soundtrack and voice-work from the game.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||10240|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 1|
|Game Name||Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Suggestive Themes, Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||More than ten playable characters from the Inuyasha anime series Collect shards of the 'Sacred Jewel of the Four Souls' to increase your fighting power and unlock extras Compete against human or AI opponents in one-one-one and|
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Simple fighter, fun game.
A Feudal Fairytale is a great experience for Inuyasha and fighting game fans alike. The sprite artwork is beautiful and kind of reminds me of Street Fighter 3's sprite artwork. The game plays as a simplified fighter, but the game still manages to feel a little deep and engaging. While the game's "story mode" (I forgot what it's actually called) isn't really anything to rave about, it's still very satisfying to complete with different characters and unlock new playable ones. I do enjoy the ability to choose your path and fight battles in whatever order. It's also pretty short and makes for a nice pick up and play experience so you can beat it with different characters in rapid succession. The game can be difficult for those looking for a challenge but the difficulty can be adjusted for those who just want an easy fighter. The other modes are enjoyable but I mostly stuck to the games story and versus modes. Overall, I'm really enjoying this game. It's a simple fighter with mechanics that are easy to pick up on. As a fighting game fan, this game is keeping me entertained. As an Inuyasha fan, I'm ultimately pleased. It's a pretty fun game that won't cost you very much. If you're an Inuyasha fan who enjoys fighting games of all kinds, don't miss out on this one!
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A Fuedal Gaming Tale
The most important aspect of a game is wether or not you enjoy playing it. Given that we each have our own set of standards, reviewing anything is difficult. Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tail for the playstation is an average game. There are moments when the gameplay is very fun, but it relies to much on its appeal to fans of the manga and show and too little on exciting or interesting gameplay. As a 2D fighting game, it seriously lags behind the competition. It's slow, characters have a very limited number of attacks, and therefore there's a lack of depth to the strategy aspect of the game. Complete mastery of every character in the game takes little more than 10 minutes of practice. Serious or "hardcore" fighting game fans will quickly realize this and be done with the game. However, as one of the very few Inuyasha games, and anime related games in general available in the US, I: AFFT stands out. It faithfully recreates the personalities and behaviors of the characters, while it also looks very good from a technical standpoint. Many 2D games on the Playstation suffer from a low frame count which makes the animation stiff. This is not the case here. Slow moving, however. Fans of the series will also greatly enjoy all of the unlockable extra material, such as an image viewer, voice editor and bgm/vocal player, provided they take the time to unlock them all. Presentation: 6/10 A ponderous (By Street Fighter II standards) 2D Fighter featuring characters from the hit Series. Fighting Game fans beware, General Gamers be cautious, but fans of the franchise rejoice. This could have been MUCH worse. Gameplay: 5/10 Bare minimum features required to be a 2D Fighter, no depth of strategy. Replay value is negligible to none. Graphics: 8/10 Honestly couldn't see these sprites any better looking on a 2D game for the PSOne. However, the characters move slowly. Sound: 7/10 Decent BGM, but nothing special. Kinda repetative. Includes a few tunes from the show. Controls: 8/10 Handles like hundreds of similar games, no major flaws or issues. Again, SLOW moving characters. OVERALL: 6.8/10 Inuyasha fans who aren't particulary serious at fighting games will get the most enjoyment from this game. Casual gamers might get bored. Anime fans in general might do well to pick it up if the price isn't bad. Again, if your a fan of games like Street Fighter, Darkstalkers or Marvel vs. Capcom, go ahead and pick one of those up instead.
A decent fighter geared towards fans of the series
For a Playstation fighting game, this is a pretty impressive. The counterattack system is genius (press the X button to throw your opponent off guard) but rather broken considering there's no cool-down time to it and the computer will just spam the hell out of it. The roster's not too bad, having all the main characters for a total of 12 fighters. The sprites are decent and animation is fluid. Fair warning for Inuyasha fans, the audio is all Japanese so if you thought you'd hear Richard Ian Cox, think again. Sure, the game could be better, especially the story mode but considering this was one of the last PS titles made it really isn't that bad. If your a fan of Inuyasha or anime-based games, this might appeal to you.
This game is like the show....the single greatest thing ever created by man
This game is like the show....the single greatest thing ever created by man! The game may be a little bit easy but you can always change the difficulty level to your preference. The game starts off with the captions in English and the characters voices in JAPANESE! I believe as the game progresses and you open the "Kagome's Backpack" feature you can change the voices to English. I love when games look arcade style so I instantly fell in love with the game. Especially considering the fact there aren't very many games anymore with the arcade style graphics. Dont get me wrong, new graphics are better and it probably would inhance the game quality, arcade style just seems to suit this game perfectly. This game will keep you amused for hours. If you are an Inuyasha fan, this is a MUST HAVE. Even if you aren't and you're just a gamer looking for a new entertaining game to play, buy this one. You won't regret it. Let me just note to PS2 owners: Don't make the same mistake I did. You must have a Playstation memory card to save this game. I didnt have one so I could save my game for a while....At any rate, go out and by this game!
An awesome game for Inuyasha fans!
This is a very awesome game. it's perfect for any fan of inuyasha. If you're like me and watched or played most of the games however, the japanese voices take some getting used to. I like it though, so that really was not a major issue. The game is pretty entertaining and the button combos are not hard to remember and they're easy to figure out. You dont even ened to read the manual to start playing, that's how easy the game is. It's in all japanese, but it's subtitled so that is a major plus.