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starwars293's Last 10 Game Comments (view last 100)
Castlevania - Harmony of Dissonance Soma is also not a belmont. What's with people saying that
Castlevania - Harmony of Dissonance Nathan is not a belmont. In fact, I do not think he is related to the belmonts
Castlevania III - Dracula's Curse ryuk@ That is actually from Castlevania Symphony of the Night
Castlevania HOD - Revenge of the Findesiecle Dekker, just enter the name of that certain character. If you want to know which names to put, read my review
Castlevania HOD - Revenge of the Findesiecle I would guess that i'm the first person to play this game
Pokemon Adventure O RLY?Guess what?I'm the 8th Gym Leader. BURN!!
Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow you'll freeze in the air and you'll be able to hit him easily.Once you use that plan,you should be able to beat them
Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow Also,when you fight Balore,make sure when he is about to punch sideways,quickly get to the nearest side. When he is about to punch you downwards,dodge it and jump and hit him.If he is gonna shoot the lazer at you,make sure you use the Medusa head soul
Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow Guys,make sure that when you fight Death,use the buer soul so that way you don't get hit by his mini scythes or you can just use the Giant Ghost soul. That will just make they scythes hit Death instead
Castlevania HOD - Revenge of the Findesiecle Come on people!Play this game.Read my review and then play the game

starwars293's Last 5 Game Reviews (view last 25)
Tennis no Ouji-sama 2003 - Cool Blue
07-23-13 10:59 AM
Prince of Tennis: Cool Blue
   Alright guys, it's been along time since I've done a review, and to come back, I will review the game Tennis no ouji sama(Prince of Tennis): Cool Blue. There's also another game that's exactly the same to this game and that's Tennis no ouji sama: Passion Red. This game is based on the anime series, Prince Of Tennis. In this game, you get something called a C Gauge, which charge up every time you return a shot. If it's full, you get to use your special move. If you return the opponent's special move, your C gauge will almost be filled to the top. You also get to play with 5 characters. These characters are:
Tezuka Kunimitsu: The 3rd year Captain of the school, Seigaku and one of the top National Level players in Tennis. 

Eiji Kikumaru: A 3rd year acrobatic doubles player, along with another player, he is considered Seigaku's Golden Pair

Takashi Kawamura: A 3rd year and is the number 1 Power player of Seigaku. 

Takeshi Momoshiro: A 2nd year who is also a power player, but not has strong as Takashi Kawamura.

Inui Sadaharu: The 3rd year regular who collects data on Seigaku's players and their opponents.

   Since there's only 5 if them, you need to unlock the rest by using a certain character. If you're using a certain character, then you must unlock them by having to play on a grass, hard or clay court they can be unlocked on. This is considered hard if you don't use a walkthrough guide. If you guys need to know the controls, well here they are:

Move:left,right ,up,down arrows

A lob: B button(which is x or whatever you have it on your keyboard)

A Normal Shot: A button( which is Z, or like I said, whatever you have it on your keyboard.

Start: Pause the game

Select: Taunt your opponent(which will lower their C Gauge)

L+A: Topspin hit

L+B: Short Volley

R+A: Slice Hit

R+B: A lob (not sure about this one thoug... Read the rest of this Review
Jr. Pac-Man
06-02-12 01:58 PM
Jr Pacman Review
 Starwars293 here with another review. I'm reviewing Jr Pacman for the Atari 2600. This is a pretty fun game to play. It's like the original Pacman, but some things were kind of changed. Here are those things.
 When you go and try to eat the things that look like tic-tacs, the screen scrolls to where you go. At the start, you think that it's the whole maze when it isn't. It's just half of the maze that's showing. It just scrolls to the other half of the screen when you're about to approach it. 

 The sprites, well the ghosts are the same. Pacman's sprite is now a junior version of himself. The sprites flash for the whole game really. I don't know why, but it's like that. It gets annoying for me at first, but I get used to it after a while.

 Gameplay is still the same like usual. It's fun to play this game on the Atari. It plays like the classic Pacman on the NES and arcade version. Only thing different is the scrolling and the sprites, like I mentioned. If it plays like the classic Pacman, which almost all of them do, I would be okay with the game. Now let's move on to finish this review

Graphics-The graphics are okay for a Atari game. The sprites do flash, but I think that's how the sprites are suppose to be.

Sound-The sound is okay I guess. It's the same sound in every stage like in the classic Pacman.

Addictivness-I would play this game again because I love Pacman. I loved the first classic and I also loved this one.

Story-You just pretty much have to complete each maze and eat all the tic-tacs to move on to the next stage.

Depth-It doesn't take long to beat really. It's like the same with every Pacman game. It doesn't take long to beat.

Difficulty-The game isn't that hard really. It's pretty easy to beat and you should be able to beat the whole game.

Overall-This is a fun and a easy game. It just needs little improvements, that's all.

Wrap ... Read the rest of this Review
Castlevania - Harmony of Dissonance
06-02-12 01:31 PM
Castlevania Harmony of Dissonance Review
 Hello people this is starwars293 here with another game review. I am reviewing Castlevania Harmony of Dissonance for the Game Boy Advance. This is one of the few Castlevania games I love to play over and over again. Here are the reasons why.

 The game itself does change one thing in the game. The final boss. In most Castlevania games, Dracula is the final boss. However, Dracula is not the final boss this time. The final boss is Dracula Wraith. Dracula Wraith is Dracula with Dracula's relics combined. He has never fought a Belmont before since this is his only appearance in this game. You should also see his final form. It's pretty much all of the relics combined as a big creature. He really isn't that hard to beat really. He's as easy as Dracula.

 The controls are pretty easy to learn if you've played the other two Castlevania games on the Game Boy Advance. You can now dash back and forth without changing directions. That is called front dash. Also, when you hold down the attack button, it becomes a chain that blocks projectiles, but does little damage to the enemies. 

 The game now has two new sub-weapons in this game. Those two are the Holy Book and the other one, I can't remember the name for it though. The game also has spell books to it now. You can use it combined with the sub-weapons. They do more damage an they prove to be useful through out the game when you fight harder enemies. There is one powerful spell book that is the most powerful then the other ones. It summons monsters that do so much damage on the other enemies. It does take away a lot of your magic though.

 The relics in the game are really useful and you need to get them so badly. One relic can make you have the super jump. It proves to be useful when you are finding one of Dracula's parts. You get two relics at the start of the game and you have to get all of the relics in order to help you defeat Dracula and to bring down the c... Read the rest of this Review
05-28-12 07:02 PM
Spongebob Review
 Starwars293 here with another game review. Oh god, this is one of the worst games on the Atari 2600. I am reviewing Spongebob. Trust me, it has nothing to do with Spongebob and here is why.

 In this game, all you do it jump around and back and forth. I mean really? Who wants to play a Atari game that lets you jump back and forth. It's boring, even more boring then having to sit around and do nothing. There is also another reason why this game sucks.

 There is no sound in this game. I mean, really?! Why didn't the makers put in sound?! Without sound, the game is usually boring and it starts to suck. In almost every game, there is sound. This one? No sound at all.

 Finally, the gameplay. The gameplay just sucks. You just jump back and forth and that's all you do. That's it. Nothing else but jumping back and forth in the game. It gets boring and boring and boring. I don't even know why this Atari game was even made! Who would make a horrible game like this?! Anyways, lets get this over with.

Graphics-The graphics are bad. When you jump with Spongebob, he doesn't do a jump animation. In some Atari games, there are jump animations. In this game, there isn't one.

Sound-No sound in this game. It sucks. Trust me, this game has no sound. The game isn't perfect without sound.

Addictivness-I really would never play this game again! Never in my whole life I will.

Story-There is no story. You just jump back and forth in this game. That's it. It's boring to see Spongebob jump back and forth.

Depth-It doesn't even offer that much! It doesn't even take long to beat. Actually, you can't beat the game!

Difficulty-This is a really easy game. It's one of the most easiest games I have ever played in my whole life. I want a game that's hard and that gives you a challenge. This game doesn't offer any of that.

Overall-This is a really bad game that I will never play again.
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Ms. Pac-Man
05-26-12 07:39 PM
Ms. Pacman Review
 This is starwars293 with another review. This is my first Atari 2600 review. I am reviewing Ms. Pacman. This is a fun game. However, there are some things not right about it.

 The music is the same on every stage there is. The colors change. On one stage, the color is just blue. You even only get just one ghost to chase you. You also need to get the food in the game or else you die and lose a life. It is fun, just needs to improve. That's pretty much it.

 There really is no story. All you need to do is to complete the stage and move on. There is one thing that can make the ghost eatable. There are four are them in each stage. You need to eat one of them to make the ghost eatable. Once you do that, the ghost just runs off into it's place where he can't be eaten and can be safe.

 Some things in the game need to be improved. For one thing, the makers should make it colorful for the stages instead of one color. Second, they needed to added the other three ghosts. Third, they should've made it like the classic pacman. It probably would've been so much fun for people. It could be like the arcade version. Let's move on to the review.

Graphics-They're okay I guess, just need to make the stages more colorful instead of one color on some stages. That's pretty much it.

Sound-The sound is the same on every stage. It's not catchy, but it's pretty good I guess. I was kinda hoping it would be an Atari version of pacman's theme really.

Addictivness- I really would probably it again. I mean, I did like this game, it just needs to improve really.

Story-There isn't a story really. You just have to complete each stage like in the original Pacman and collect the things that look like Tic-Tacs

Depth-It doesn't take that long really. It's pretty much the same thing you do in every stage.

Difficulty-The game isn't really hard. It's pretty easy actually. You should be able to beat the game ... Read the rest of this Review

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Castlevania (nes),   Castlevania (nes),   Final Fantasy VII (psx),   Final Fantasy VII (psx),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Castlevania (nes),   Castlevania (nes),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Chrono Trigger (snes),   Super Mario Kart (snes),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Chrono Trigger (snes),   Street Fighter Alpha 2 (snes),   Street Fighter Alpha 2 (snes),   Street Fighter Alpha 2 (snes),   Castlevania - Dracula X (snes),   Legend of Zelda, The - A Link to the Past (snes),   Punch Out!! (nes),   Punch Out!! (nes),   Castlevania (nes),   Final Fantasy III (snes),   Street Fighter II Turbo - Hyper Fighting (snes),   Street Fighter II Turbo - Hyper Fighting (snes),   Super Mario Kart (snes),   Super Mario World (snes),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Super Castlevania IV (snes),   Super Mario World (snes),   Super Mario World (snes),   Pokemon Fire Red Omega (gba),   Mario Tennis (n64),   Mario Tennis (n64),   Persona (psx),   Pokemon Frosty (gba),   Final Fantasy IV Advance - Sound Restoration Hack (gba),   Pokemon Emerald 386 (gba),   Super Smash Bros. (n64),   Pokemon Emerald 386 (gba),   Pokemon Catch Em All (LG and FR Ver) (gba),   Pokemon Fire Red Omega (gba),   Pokemon Emerald 386 (gba),   Pokemon Emerald 386 (gba),   Pokemon Fire Red (gba),   Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy (gba),   Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy (gba),   Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy (gba),   Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy (gba),   Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Duel Academy (gba),  
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