The latest NGamer review scores have been released, which includes the first score of Red Steel 2.
Great score for Red Steel 2! It looks like this game is meeting expectations much more than the first one.
"It looks like this game is meeting expectations much more than the first one" The first one, or as I like to call it, 'the one that NGamer gave a score of 90'. http://www.wiichat.com/nint...
Great Score for Reed Steel 2, can't wait to get my hands on it.
You won't have to wait long, fortunately. It comes out next week!
yup, i didn't played the first one, i guess i'll pick up both of them together. Hopefully the first one would be real cheap now.
I played Red Steel 2 back in October, for about 2 hours and it wasn't amazing, but it wasn't bad. However, I only played 2 hours of the game, so it shows what the whole game is like: getting an 85 score!
Pretty bogus the way NintendoEverything.com submitters never put the scores in the article description. They make you click the link to give them hits.
Yeah it is annoying how Valay fishes for hits
Why Shouldn't He, HMMM
85%. Looking nice so far, hopefully it gets more good reviews.
85% translates to 75-B+ alright thats pretty decent ive seen some commercials lets see how well this sells :D
85% out of 100% translates into a 75 out of 100 to you?
yes from other magazines and websites i was guessing the range.
day one purchase monster hunter tri bought cyrstal bearers for 20 dollaes on amazon wii only owner ,its all good .
Another way for Nintendo to make extra bucks selling MotionPlus that should have been integrated into Wiimote from the day 1. Still waiting for enough MotionPlus games can use it seriously, not just somewhat using MotionPlus.
Another way for Nintendo to make extra bucks selling MotionPlus that should have been integrated into Wiimote from the day 1. sixaxis? Built in wifi for the xbox? I guess its just selective vision, only see what you want and be blind to the rest
Nice and solid!
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