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Inuyasha: Feudal Combat (2005)

Inuyasha: Ôgi ranbu (original title)
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Moneca Stori ...
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Miroku (voice)
Kelly Sheridan ...
Sango (voice)
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Shippo (voice)
Willow Johnson ...
Kikyo (voice)
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Sesshomaru (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Naraku (voice)
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Kagura (voice)
Scott McNeil ...
Koga (voice)
Danny McKinnon ...
Kohaku (voice)
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Bankotsu (voice)
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Although this is the third Inuyasha video game series to be released in the US, this is actually the first Inuyasha fighting game in full 3D with cel-shaded characters. The first video game series 'Inuyasha: Sengoku otogi kassen (2002) (VG)' (AKA Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale) was in 2D sprites. See more »

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A remake of "InuYasha: A Feudal Fairytale"
6 February 2007 | by (portland OR) – See all my reviews

The second InuYasha fighting video game to come out in the U.S., in many ways it is a big improvement over the first, "InuYasha: A Feudal Fairytale" for the original Playstation, but in at least one way it's a major downside. I'll be going over the similarities and differences between the two games.

The first InuYasha game used the original Japanese voice actors to do the characters. This one uses the American ones. I'm a fan of the dub, so for me this was a big step up (although the Japanese voice actors do a great job, I'm just used to the U.S. dub), however purists will understandably be irked by this.

The graphics are undoubtedly a great improvement. The first game had a 2-D background (like most fighting games,) where you could only move your characters forward and backward, but not all over the map. That's changed here.

Both games have a "story mode" and a "vs. mode" where you select one or two characters and battle in a single match against a friend or the computer.

The first game had three mini-games which were in the story mode and you could access from Kagome's backpack after beating the game as her. Those games aren't found here, however there is an alternate "mission mode" where you pick a character to play as and a partner, and then select one of several areas on a map, each area has three progressively harder missions. Some are INSANELY tough, such as where your partner is one hit away from dying and you must protect him/her from the enemy, who has full health.

The story mode is pretty cool, however it's a let-down in that I could only unlock four games! (InuYasha's chapter, Miroku and Sango's, Sesshomaru's, and Shippo's) This is a major downside from the first game, which had eleven different stories, one for each playable character. Each story itself is fun, though, with the dialogue scenes before and after each match played out with moving animation (the dialogue scenes in the first game were just still images of the characters with dialogue spoken and shown in text). Also the enemies you fought in the first game in the story mode would be selected randomly by the computer, for example when fighting as InuYasha in one game you may have to fight Koga and in another game you might fight with him against Kagura. In this game each character's story is the same anytime you play.

To summarize, this is in most ways an improvement of the first game, but it really needed more stories.


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