Inazuma Eleven (E) ROM
Nintendo DS / DS NDS ROMsGenre: ActionSportsAdventureRole-PlayingSoccerRating: CERO: A, PEGI: 7+
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Game Description & Reviews:
This game is the FEAST of football and animation combined pretty damn good!
This game will let you know the STORY of anime INAZUMA 11 in English... and you could also see some video clippings of episodes as you progress through the story.
If you are probably a user who missed the anime series and wanna know the story of INAZUMA 11, just download and play the game!
If you are playing it on PC use DESMUME emulator.
If you are playing it on android use DRASTIC emulator.
This looks like a fairly dull game; it's football, and it's a game based off a TV show (an anime, if you hadn't noticed the boxart yet). Bad start.
Once it gets going, though, it's of high-enough quality to be a stand-alone game. The gameplay is split into two parts: one part RPG, one part football sim. During the RPG element, you wander round scouting out new players and strengthening your current ones (and every so often advancing the plot). During the game element, you control your players directly with the touch controls, which are quite responsive (they have their moments, but you shouldn't see too many of them). These games can take the form of 4v4 "battles" (random encounters or scouting tests, with specific objectives like "score first" or "keep possession") or full 11-a-side matches, in which you play two half-hour halves for the superior scoreline (don't worry; a minute in-game is about 5 seconds in real life).
It's quite a challenge, too, as after a few random encounters you'll find your squad suffering from fatigue, and the only way to restore them is by using items or paying some Prestige Points (the game's currency). As a result, if you play really badly and keep losing your PP, you'll find yourself unable to heal and unable to play effectively.
The graphics are pretty good, too. While you have fairly basic sprites for the RPG and some of the games, particular actions in the matches will move to a full 3D view of the players involved; this is really shown during the "Special Technique" shots, where any of the 700-or-so players (most aged between 10 and 13) pull off moves so ridiculous and incredible that even the World-Class players of today couldn't even dream of it, let alone compare. The animation on each shot is very well-crafted; as a bonus, used correctly these moves can make the difference between victory and defeat. They are basically the star of the show.
So, if you're fed up of FIFA or PES and want to try something a little different (if a little more insane), I would strongly recommend Inazuma Eleven.
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