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Like I did a couple of times before, I’m going to review another RPG game for XBOX 360 and PS3. This time, the game is “Resonance of Fate” or “End of Eternity” in the Japanese version. Anyway, it’s an RPG to mention, so here I go
Updated 09-19-2010 at 09:19 AM by Juas
Originally from 1955 this is another of the futuristic novels by Isaac Asimov. Probably you all know him for being the author of robot related novels, but this is a completely different story.
In a very distance future, mankind discovered time travel and created a secret society called 'The Eternity' to change the history of the world for human benefit. This is for example, in the 1400th Century (yes, 1400th century, in this book you find very exaggerated dates) there's a war, then
During the last 40 years we can find lots of works under this name, manga, anime, movies, remakes... they are all adaption of the original novel from 1965. I already mentioned the animation movie (2006) in a previous post, but I recently watched it again and it deserves a post for itself.
In this movie there aren't giant robots, neither space battles or amazing wars in a future earth. But it's brilliant. The main character is a normal girl
It's very simple; mix the hottest witch in the game history, deadly combos, action fights and some humor sense and would get Bayonetta. What more can I say?
(I made a better presentation as the last ones but looks like I can't edit the images I upload to show them as 100% of the size, sorry)
Witches & Sages
You know, this game is not exactly the best example of story everywhere, but good enough to keep interesting. You are Bayonetta, a sexy
Yeah! Finally! That's what I said right after buying the first volume of the novels of Suzumiya Haruhi in Spanish. Already read 8 of them translated by fans but there's nothing better as the professional translations... or as the own one! Since a year ago I'm reading in Japanese 'The melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi' (the first one) and it's very difficult. In each sentence I have to search for a couple of Kanjis, but that's a way for learning too!
Updated 04-12-2010 at 05:56 AM by Juas