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SacredShadow's Last 10 Game Comments (view last 100)
Pokemon Sun Solgaleo is better.
Wicked Clown Bros 2 What in the world is this game? XD
World Class Track Meet Tried to do the 100M dash, and it wouldn't even let me move. XD
Dungeon Explorer II Why does this game cost a small fortune? XD
Spider-Man: The Videogame (World) looks promising!
Minecraft I have never liked minecraft to be honest
Ys Book I & II I love Ys even though this game is expensive. ..
Pokemon Expert Emerald (Ver. 1.42) Another awesome looking pokemon hack.
Super Mario Advance 2 - Super Mario World I agree this game is pretty awesome!
Pokemon Pinball - Ruby & Sapphire At first I thought this was a hack because I have never seen this game before and I had no idea they had a pinball game lol

SacredShadow's Last 5 Game Reviews (view last 25)
Pokemon Sun
10-05-17 03:57 PM
Pokemon Sun: A worthy sequel to an excellent series
After 20 years of sticking to the same tried and true formula, Sun and Moon take pokemon to a whole new level by shaking things up by bringing life to a whole new generation of pokemon. With six generations of pokemon games each contributing something new along the way, Sun and Moon take things a step further by changing traveling, battling, and even introducing island trials in place of gyms, perhaps one of the biggest risks a franchise packed with 20 years of nostalgia could've made, but in the end it all paid off and left behind one of the most memorable pokemon journeys we've had in years.


Graphics: 10/10

Altogether, pokemon Sun and Moon are a wonder to look at, the entire region and all of its characters and pokemon all look incredibly polished and refined. Even though X/Y and ORAS graphics were already incredible, Sun and Moon raise the bar even higher. I really like many of the new animations they made for pokemon moves, many of them were in need of an upgrade. The only gripe I have with the graphics is how slow the game can run at times, particularly with the island trials. In each island trial, the totem pokemon appears cloaked in a red-orange aura that slows the game's frame-rate to a crawl. Similarly, Double Battles and Battle Royales also experience a delay in frame-rate. Even with a new 3DS XL, I still experienced many of the same delays people with an older version of the 3DS did. While frustrating at times, you only have to go through the island trials once, and the Battle Royale and Double Battles are optional, so it shouldn't wreck the experience altogether. Aside from these aforementioned instances, the graphics function properly and retain their stunning appearance throughout the entire game, thus, they receive a perfect score.

Sound: 8/10

As far as battle music goes, I don't find any of Sun and Moon's battle themes to be particularly memorable. That being said, I don't despise the game's soundtrack, in fac... Read the rest of this Review
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution
08-20-15 07:09 PM
Perhaps the best installment of the series thus far dattebayo!

The fifth and latest installment of the Ultimate Ninja Storm series, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, published by Bandai Namco Games, features a fast paced fighting style with new and improved battle mechanics. Some of these new additions to the game include guard breaking, and new ways to form teams for team matches based on their attributes and fighting capabilities. This latest installment also features the largest character roster of the series (118 in total). Today we'll be looking at some of the new improvements this installment of the series has brought to the table.


Graphics: 10

Altogether, the graphics for this game are quite nice and sharp. All of the graphics and visuals are very fluent and they do an amazing job of keeping up with the level of visual quality expected in the anime. One thing worth mentioning is that the characters look just as good, if not better than they do in the anime, something that really adds to the experience and enjoyment of playing the game. The graphics also do an excellent job of displaying the ultimate finishing moves of each character in incredible detail. The cell shading used in this game does a great job of making the game have a more anime-like appearance, occasionally however the graphics have a tendency to falter during gameplay. This is usually the result of a shift in camera angle or a sudden shift in movement. Nonetheless, it isn't enough to take away from the gameplay by any means. Overall, the graphics are of great quality, and they accomplish their purpose of resembling the characters in the anime, therefore, the graphics receive a 10 out of 10.


Sound/Music: 8

The sound quality presented in this game is very good, and it is also very similar to the sound mechanics used in the last installment. All of the character voices sound more or less exactly as they do in the dub version of the anime which is fantastic for people that enjoy playing a cer... Read the rest of this Review
Sonic Unleashed
08-27-14 11:37 PM
Enter Sonic the Werehog
As much as I like Sonic games and Sonic himself, I must say that I am rather baffled with some of his new modern day games, this one being one of them. When I saw the trailer/preview for this game, I didn't know how to react to the hairy mass that was Sonic the Werehog. Although I'm partial to the classic speedy Sonic games, this one does take a new, yet interesting approach to the Sonic games we all know and love, so without further delay, let's get right to it shall we?

Graphics: 10
If anything, the graphics are perhaps the most remarkable feature of this game, the daytime stages are simply breathtaking and the scenery as well as the attention to detail easily make this one of the better sonic games out there when it comes to graphics. Even the cut scenes in between stages of the game are well put together and they don't look like they were rushed and hastily put together. The only gripe I have with the graphics is that the night time stages suffer from some frame rate issues, but other than that, I have no complaints.

Sound: 10
As far as sound goes for most sonic games, I've never really been blown away by the voice acting or even the soundtracks, but this game actually impressed me because the voice acting is pretty decent, and the music actually fits the tone of each level quite well with the daytime stages being more fast paced and energetic, while the night stages being more mellow and catchy, but it actually works out nicely. Like most sonic games, the music is actually quite catchy and I wouldn't be shocked if you find yourself listening to at least one piece of music a few times over, all the music, even down to the boss battles are simply stunning. I don't think I could ask for anything more when it comes to music to be honest. As for actual sounds, they are pretty realistic and crisp, if you smash into a crate or even perform the homing attack on a chain of robots, it actually sounds like you are smashing/breaking them which goe... Read the rest of this Review
Pokemon X
07-28-14 11:59 PM
Perhaps one of the best pokemon games out there
Hello everyone, today I will be reviewing a popular, new pokemon game for the Nintendo 3DS. Pokemon X was released on October 12th 2013 and it lets you capture 70 new pokemon as well as explore the new Kalos region which is somewhat based off of France in its theme. This game is also a big step up from prior pokemon games such as black and white, or even games from the gameboy because of the revolutionary 3D graphics in the game. This was the first time it was put into a pokemon game before, so you can only imagine some of the reactions people must've had in response. Nonetheless, this game has lots to offer and explore, so without further delay, lets get on to the review.

Graphics: 10
As I said, this is the first time a pokemon game that has ever been 3D before, but other than that, there is also an extreme amount of detail put into everything in the game, the cities are all very well designed and lifelike rather than flat and pixellated. Pokemon games in general have always had really good graphics, but what sets this game apart from the others is the fact that everything in the game looks so lucid and real. Its almost as if you can just reach into the screen and just grab it. Another impressive feature to notice is that all the trainer and pokemon sprites look 3 dimensional, even when the 3D isn't on. One thing that caught my attention more than anything else were the graphics for the move animations. Just about every move in the game is followed by a vivid, lifelike animation, like the move flamethrower for instance, with the 3D on or off, it actually looks like a trail of fire is burning the other pokemon which was a huge plus for me, and it actually made me look forward to battling trainers, gym leaders, and even wild battles a little more. Overall, this is easily one of the game's best features, just taking one look at some screenshots of Pokemon X and Y gameplay was enough for me to go out and buy the game for myself. So with all the graphics ha... Read the rest of this Review
Mario Sports Mix
07-02-14 01:30 PM
A great game with lots to offer!
Hello everyone, today I will be reviewing mario sports mix, which despite the name, also features the company of square enix as well as a few square enix characters which adds some variety to the game. This game came out in 2011 and it features 4 main sports to play, it includes dodgeball, basketball,  volleyball and hockey. In addition, it also features a story mode as well as several mini games to play. There are also a number of different modes to play for each sport, which I will cover.

Graphics: 9
The graphics of this game are pretty much what I would expect from a wii game, they are fairly well designed and there is a good amount of detail put into all of the characters. Along with that, the stages are also well put together, the vibrancy and blend of the colors are what really sticks out the most in this game. Altogether, it doesn't look rushed...everything looks as if a good amount of time and effort were dedicated to the graphics, as well as the characters and stages which all look reasonably realistic, thus I scored the graphics of this game a 9.

Sound: 9The sound of this game is one of its more noticeable features, the sounds made when you serve or hit the ball, or skate on the ice rink, all sound very lifelike and real which is one of the prime reasons why I scored the sound so high. Music wise, all of the stages feature their own special or catchy soundtrack/ tune which makes things interesting and also brightens up the game experience while playing. There are also some mini games that you can play, one of which requires you to serve volleyballs in order to complete each note to the song and a lot of the mini game songs are pretty well known. Overall I scored the sound a 9.

Addictiveness: 7
As far as re-playability goes, I would say that this game is fairly replayable, you can unlock new characters and also go to a different level of difficulty each time you go through the tournament mode which can make things a l... Read the rest of this Review

SacredShadow's Last 5 Game Guides (view last 25)
Ys - The Vanished Omens
10-03-13 08:27 PM
Ys vanished omen walkthrough- over 3,000 words!
Okay so today I will be making a walkthrough based off of one of my favorite games series, the Y's chronicles. I will do my best to walk you through this game step by step and try to make it as easy to understand and also enable you to do well and succeed in this game. So on to the guide!

The beginning:
So you start off with 1,000 dollars, I would go and get a short sword since it is affordable and is better than going with nothing.

Now be sure to equip all of the items you buy later on by pausing the game and then going to the equip option, you should see all of your armor and weapons there and equip them accordingly.

Getting the Gold Pedestal:
Leave Minea and then enter the field, Kill some of the creatures there to gain some EXP and gold, so you can become more experienced. You should then cross a bridge and then enter to another field. At the bottom of the field, you should see a lake, go to the right side of the lake and try to walk on the indentation. When you position him correctly, Aron should obtain the gold pedestal.


Getting Sapphire ring:
Return back to Minea and then go to the village market and sell the pedestal for $2,000. Then buy the sapphire ring for $1,000 and take it to Donis in the Ohman bar and you should get 1,500 dollars as a rewarded since he has been searching for the ring and you returned it to him.

The crystal:
So with all of the gold you have just received, go purchase a shield and some armor at the weapons and armor shop. Once fully armed, go visit Sara in the seer's house and she will give you the crystal.


The temple key:
With the crystal now in your possession, head east for Zepik. Go to Jebba's house and she will give you the temple key.
In this game it is very important that you tlk to everybody in this game so treat it like a pokemon game, everybody is important, they can hold valuable information that could help you, and also items that ... Read the rest of this Guide
Pokemon Flora Sky
07-04-13 12:19 AM
All legendary pokemon locations
Okay, the title is self explanatory, this will help you obtain all of the legendary Pokémon in this game and I will tell you where to find them. I hope that you will find this useful!

1. Shaymin (land form): 
Level: 30
How to get it: You need to beat the 4th gym and then go to Charpos island and investigate team magma's hideout, Then return to the platepics research center and talk to Mr. Stone and explore the polar forest which is near route A and then celebi will teleport you to the torn world where you can encounter Shaymin.

2. Shaymin (sky form): 
Level: N/A
How to get it: You have to beat the elite 4 and visit Mrs. Flash's house in Mystic town, go into the flower garden, find the green shard and exchange for the Glacidea and evolve Shaymin land form.

3. Latias/ Latios
Level: 40
How to get them: Beat the elite 4 and choose red for latias or blue for Latios when your mom asks you and then they will roam the world map.

4. Celebi
Level: 30
How to get it: After you beat the first elite 4, examine Celebi's statue in the bee bug forest and then Celebi will appear. Then examine another statue in the forest and Celebi will be in your party.

5. Giratina
Level: 55
How to get it: First, you need to beat the elite 4 and then go to the polar forest, go into the deep forest and then enter the torn world.

6. Keldeo
Level: 50
How to get it: Finish the remaining quests or missions to obtain 50 QPs and then exchange them for a rare ticket at the challenge factory and then talk to Mr. April at the Ch. Harbor and then go visit outcast island.

7. Lugia
Level: 70
How to get: Finish the quest to get 50 Qp's and then exchange for mystic ticket and then talk to Mr. April at the Ch. Harbor and then go to Naval rock.

8. Deoxys
Level: 30
How to get it: Finish the quest to get 50 Qp's and then exchange for mystic ticket and then tal... Read the rest of this Guide

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SacredShadow's Game History
Aladdin (gb),   007 - NightFire (gba),   U-four-ia - The Saga (prototype) (nes),   U.S. Championship V'Ball (Prototype) (nes),   Uchuu Keibitai SDF (nes),   Uchuusen - Cosmo Carrier (nes),   Uforce Power Games (nes),   Uforce Power Games (nes),   Ugadayka (nes),   Ultima - A New Exodus (nes),   Ultima - A New Exodus (nes),   Ultima - Exodus (nes),   Ultima - Quest of the Avatar (nes),   Ultima - Seija heno Michi (nes),   Ultima - Warriors of Destiny (nes),   Ultimate Air Combat (nes),   Ultimate Basketball (nes),   Ultimate Frogger Champion (demo) (nes),   Ultimate League Soccer (nes),   Ultimate League Soccer (nes),   Ultimate Mortal Kombat 4 (nes),   Ultimate Second Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle (nes),   Ultimate Stuntman (nes),   Ultimate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (nes),   Ultraman Club - Kaijuu Dai Kessen!! (nes),   Ultraman Club 2 - Kaettekita Ultraman Club (nes),   Ultraman Club 3 (nes),   Uncanny X-Men, The (nes),   Uncharted Waters (nes),   Uninvited (nes),   Uninvited Uncensored (nes),   Universe Soldiers, The (nes),   Unknown Super Mario (nes),   Untouchables, The (nes),   Urban Champion (nes),   Urusei Yatsura - Lum no Wedding Bell (nes),   Urusei Yatsura - Lum no Wedding Bell (nes),   U.S. Championship V'Ball (nes),   USA Ice Hockey in FC (nes),   Ushio to Tora - Shinen no Daiyou (nes),   Utsurun Desu (nes),   Valis (english tanslation) (nes),   Valis - The Fantastic Soldier (nes),   Valis Plus Plus (nes),   Valkyrie no Bouken - Toki no Kagi Densetsu (nes),   Vegas Connection - Casino Kara Ai wo Komete (nes),   Vegas Dream (nes),   Venice Beach Volleyball (nes),   Venus Senki - Back the City (nes),   Vice - Project Doom (nes),  
 
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