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  • Blog Post: Asura's wrath is more than just a mix of gimmicks poorly tied together to create a great story.

    Whenever Cyberconnet2 tries something new I can't help but wounder what goodies they have in store for us. Their games while not the most critically acclaimed manage to be distinct enough in their own right to warrant checking out. From the Niche games that they've created such as silent bomber... More
  • Blog Post: MARVELOUS!

    I have really enjoyed this particular game. Yes, it is quite different from all the other genres but that is what makes this game unique. The first thing that caught my attention was the music. As you progress through the game the music really puts you in the thick of the battle. Making you notice your... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Anime You've Played This Year

    There are games, and then there's Asura's Wrath, an anime inspired sci-fi brawler mixed with a little Hindu mythology. Visually, it's probably one of the greatest artistic achievements I've seen this generation, rife with outstanding battles, compelling characters, and focused yet simplistic... More
  • Blog Post: Angrier Than Kratos

    Thousands of Gohma float through the sky towards The Eight Guardian Generals. Impurity levels flash on screen, some in the hundred thousands. Asura lets out a yell and jumps toward one. Mashing down on the attack button I punch my way through it. The opening scene for Asura's Wrath is epic in scale... More
  • Blog Post: Asuras Wrath: Demigod- family= RAGE!!!!

    Asura is one of the 8 Guardian generals that protects the world of Gaia. After he is blamed for the murder of the emperer, and when his wife is killed, and when his daughter is stolen, and when he is banished to a strange world of Naraka, he's pretty ticked. Asuras Wrath is a brilliant combination... More
  • Blog Post: Action and Entertainment in a Blink of the Eye

    I'm going to start off by saying ASURA'S WRATH's biggest problem is it's length. It took me somewhere in the ballpark of three hours to complete it on normal, and that includes all nineteen episodes. That alone takes a full point away. The remaining quarter of a point is taken away because... More
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