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The 8 best anime-based games

It seems obvious that Japan makes the best anime-based games, but the chance that Western producers will make good anime-based games is slim. Still, some gems have been found on our side of the ocean, and whether or not you are a fan of anime, you cannot miss out on these selected customizations below:

Astro Boy: Omega Factor

Omega factor is inspired by the script of the anime published in 2003 and encourages the player to solve puzzles through rewards. What rewards? Different scenes, dialogues and even an alternative ending. The combat mode is interesting, and there’s a nice balance between normal and special attacks.

Bleach: Dark Souls

The 2D game for Nintendo DS was released in 2008 with several characters from the Bleach anime. Like its predecessors, Bleach: Dark Souls is a game inspired by the Bankai character’s battle mode, which differs from other fighting games through the use of the DS touch screen where you can use cards to help your character during the battles.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst is a great example. With its fast-paced battles, great graphics, and a campaign that allows you to change a few things in the original anime story. The game also surprises with an additional chapter that includes Kabuto, 100 different missions and 38 costumes made available via DLC. Like other games on this list, Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is great for fans of the anime, but it will also impress those who aren’t.

Ghost in the Shell: Standalone Complex

Motoko Kusanagi and Batou lead the classic-inspired third-person shooter Ghost in the shell. This 1995 anime adaptation was released in 2002 and reflects the violent world of. excellent Ghost in the shell through its puzzles, problems and constant shootouts. Like the cartoon, the two protagonists are part of a secret service that Section 9, and must fight terrorism and robots. The game also offers a multiplayer mode for two to four people.

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3

In addition to the usual combat modes, the Dragon History mode works as a campaign bringing famous battles from the anime. Tenkaichi 3 also gives us a huge list of 161 fighters from the Dragon Ball universe, including stages that take place by day and night, and Bout repetition, This enables players to keep recordings of their battles on a memory card.

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn

Like the original series from Dynasty warrior, Gundam Reborn puts a horde of enemies in your way, but you and your sword can easily defeat them. However, Gundam Reborn is more than an action game. It’s a 20-hour campaign full of artistic elements from the Gundam series and features the original Japanese dubbing with English subtitles. she Mobile suits which you can use during the campaign and missions in Ultimate Mode were also inspired by Gundam. We can even say that the game has been recycled a bit, but Gundam Reborn are rewarding players for updating and customizing the game’s pilot features.

Digimon Rumble Arena 2

Digimon Rumble Arena 2 causes digimons to fight each other. Despite the normal dispute mode, there are several goals that try to make the game more nuanced. The stages are quite varied, but the coolest part of Digimon Rumble Area 2 is the ability to “dig in”. By collecting enough Digiballs that appear when a player takes damage, their Digimon evolves into its next form. That makes him stronger and also changes his attacks.

Attack on Titan Tribute Game

The game made by a fan Attack on Titan Tribute Game is a single player action game but has an online multiplayer mode. In both of them, you can either choose a character from the series or create your own titan hunter and your goal, of course, is to defeat them. The controls are a little tricky, but the free game makes up for any difficulty.

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Ollie Henson

Ollie Henson is an American writer at the Institut Cartogràfic de la Revolta website. Ollie shares the hobby of playing and following all of the video games and gaming news as well as dedicated and fully educated to be an outstanding writer.

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