no fanchise is complete without having its very own line of video games.
:P Now, to be honest, the Inuyasha video games are more like eye candy
for the Inuyasha fans rather than video game gold, but hey. I'm an Inuyasha
fan. And yes, I'm a bit of a gamer. So, Video Games + Inuyasha = Happiness!!
I love the games. For once, I get see my boy beat the crap out of Naraku
the way I WANT HIM TO! (Well, kinda...)
17, 2005- Bandai will be re-releasing "Inuyasha: Juso No Kamen"
(in Japan) as one of the "Bandai the Best" titles. This will
mean a drop in the pricetag (for those who didn't buy it yet or were
waiting for a lower price before buying a new game), to 2800 yen.
27, 2005 - Bandai's new Communications Battle for the PS2 (now titled
"Inuyasha: Ougi-ranbu") came out with a new
ad in Shounen Sunday. The game has been given four categorizations:
("challenging play," for lack of a better term; can't think
of a good translation)
kaishou ni pittari ("stress relieving")
ni horeru ne
ga astui ("competitive play")
REVIEWS & INFORMATION
June 17, 2005 - Added a review and "battleblog" for
the new Inuyasha fighting game Ougi-Ranbu.
May 23, 2004 - Non-spoiler review for the Playstation Inuyasha
RPG game. Hoping to take some screenshots and blog-review that game
eventually, as well.
Nov 9, 2004 - Added a few simple walkthroughs for parts I've
been getting a lot of questions about.
4, 2004 - Added a non-spoiler review for Juso No Kamen,
as well as some music clips. Have fun!
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