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Reviewed: InuYasha: Feudal Combat
Producer: Bandai
Required System:  PS2
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf
Date: September 3rd, 2005


Fighting games, off and on, have faced a glut on the market. In the days of Street Fighter dominance, there were myriad clones. When 3-D fighting began to take hold, we were treated to Virtua Fighter, Soul Edge, Tekken, and even faux versions of Street Fighter as well as plenty of deservedly forgotten clones. The X-men were even treated to multiple fighting game series inside Capcom's VS series and their own trio of fighting games produced by Activision.

Occasionally, someone tries to do something unique with a fighting game. Most of these flop without notice; a few, whether by virtue of decent gameplay or by virtue of a big-name license, enter memory.

InuYasha, based on the Rumiko Takahashi anime that's been featured on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, is one of those titles that may be remembered but probably won't be remembered for its gameplay. Ultimately, InuYasha: Feudal Combat tries to do something unique but ultimately leaves itself a bit flat, deserving a place only on shelves owned by devoted fans of the series.

Added:  Saturday, September 03, 2005
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 1/3

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