Gamers Hell : Afro Samurai Review

Chris Matel writes "Across the generations, every platform has catered to a few titles that fall into the "beat 'em up" or "hack-and-slash" genre-off the top of our heads we can name a couple: Kung Fu Master (NES) and Streets of Rage (Genesis) . Often times, these games use successive levels of pure violence as the mode of resolution to a story's conflict. Though timeless, the genre has had to find ways to evolve. By going from two-dimensional, to three-dimensional; from points-based, to style-focused; and from simple, raw punch-kick and one-two button-mashing, to lengthy strings of complex combinations across a possible 8 buttons, "beat 'em up" games have kept their place in our consoles."

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NaiNaiNai3581d ago

why are there no trolls in theses threads?

grantps33579d ago

what are you talking about?

your here