A vastly popular manga and anime in mid-90s Japan, Yu Yu Hakusho began life as the story of a deceased teenage delinquent, helping the living in spirit form in hopes of earning another chance at life. From left to right: Kurama, Hiei, Yusuke and Kuwabara. I didn't get too far in this game, as I didn't have a lot of time to spend playing it, so I didn't find out if there were any hidden characters or bosses, but it's quite fun to play. I could barely keep up with them, and they fire multiple shots at once. His health and interest in his work had been deteriorating for the past few years; he slept poorly, worked too many hours, and had come to dread drawing manga. You level up as you defeat enemies, but grinding isn’t strictly necessary. The self-titled franchise debut is a simplified VS fighter published by Tomy. Consequently, most of the games released for it came out in 1993 and 1994, while the anime first aired in Japan. When I put in Yu Yu Hakusho, I didn't know quite what to expect. The only gripe I had with Yu Yu Hashuko, and it's not much of one, is that there is no gun attachment for the PC Engine (that I know of). At 19 volumes and 4 seasons, the series ran considerably shorter than the likes of Naruto or One Piece, which helps explain why it didn’t grow to the same level of lasting popularity. MAKER: BANPRESTO Though there are 11 battles in all, you only get to play as the five members of the Urameshi team (including Genkai), which doesn’t make too much of a difference as the game is seen from a first-person perspective and they mostly play the same. In this retelling of the Sensui saga, you get to walk around a top-down city and talk to NPCs, until you enter a building, where it switches to a side-view. Front Cover • Back Cover • CD, Why not try... As the camera moves, it appears as though your character is chasing them around the battlefield, and you have to time your shots to catch the before they dodge, duck, roll, or jump around. YYH was over for good, and it would be years before he’d try his hand at another weekly serial. Even SNK’s fighters had the decency to wait until the second guy before they got tough. Exclusive postcards, book previews, and more. Publisher: Banpresto STYLE: ACTION Ad-free browsing; Rom recommendations tailored to you (the more roms you rate or add to your collection, the better the recommendations become). Atari / Infogrames, then in the habit of snatching up the rights to anime licenses for Western markets, would publish three more games in 2003 and 2004, perhaps inspiring the brief revival that followed shortly after in Japan. Combat game based on the anime series. And the enemies are FAST! Overview There are now 14 playable characters in arcade mode, separate buttons for punches and kicks, Street Fighter 2-style special moves, and throws. You can also upload and share your favorite Yu Yu Hakusho Wallpapers. PC Engine Review: Yu Yu Hakusho The Game Boy series comes to a close with a return to its fighting game roots. Game Type: PCE Super CD YŪ YŪ HAKUSHO 幽☆遊☆白書 闇勝負!!暗黒武術会 MAKER: BANPRESTO RELEASE DATE: 30 SEPTEMBER 1993 STYLE: ACTION FORMAT: SUPER CD-ROM RATING: UNRATED : Overview Combat game based on the anime series. The graphics are nice, consisting of the elaborate, partially-animated pixel art typically found in PC Engine CD cutscenes, and the music isn’t bad, but there’s just not much to the game. The game uses a cursor, which although VERY fast and accurate, just isn't quite as good as a light gun would be. The only gripe I had with Yu Yu Hashuko, and it's not much of one, is that there is no gun attachment for the PC Engine (that I know of). Plot-wise, it takes place towards the end of the Dark Tournament; as Team Urameshi is about to face off with Team Toguro, they gather in the forest to train, along with new allies Chu and Jin. Aim your target to launch energy balls at your fast moving opponent. RATING: UNRATED. Essentially, each character has the power to fire 2 different types of energy blasts (single and concentrated) at the opponent, who runs, jumps and dodges their way around the screen. And the enemies are FAST! When it reaches either end, the corresponding fighter gets to perform a unique, high-powered move. Essentially, each character has the power to fire 2 different types of energy blasts (single and concentrated) at the opponent, who runs, jumps and dodges their way around the screen. Combat game based on the anime series. Your battles are all fought from a first person perspective. I could barely keep up with them, and they fire multiple shots at once. What I really felt more than anything is that I was playing a perfect meld of a fighting game and a gun game. Thus most of the game actually consists of sparring matches in terms of the game’s story, with only the last three opponents being hostile (Bui, for some reason, is nowhere to be found). After each victory, you get to attribute a few points towards increasing your total HP, attack speed or special attack uses. I'd have to say that Yu Yu Hakusho is one of the most unique and surprising fighting games I've played in quite a while, and I'd recommend it to fighting and light gun fans alike! This review is © Max's Game Corner 2002. But I'm happy to say that I was severely mistaken! This review is © Max's Game Corner 2002. Yu Yu Hakusho takes a quite unique view of the fighting game! There are a limited number of special attacks, but you can charge your shots for greater power by holding down the button. Out of the 24 games in the franchise, only the three Atari games – among the very worst of the lot – would ever see a Western release. Official Site (Japanese) • Wiki, If you want to contribute to this page; write a review, submit information or images, or correct errors or typos, click HERE, HOME • A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • I • J • K • L • M • N • O • P • Q • R • S • T • U • V • W • X • Y • Z. Three friends join him on his adventures: there is Kuwabara, his schoolmate and former rival, who would constantly fight him – and lose – in his attempts to become the number one delinquent in school; Kurama, a millennia-old fox-demon who has ended up in human form and developed a gentle nature, and Hiei, also of the Demon World, a stand-offish Vegeta figure who hides a tragic past. As the battles take place in a regulated setting, you can be disqualified if you stay off the ring for too long, similar to a wrestling game. Before long, it repositioned itself as an over-the-top, Dragon Ball Z-influenced fighting manga, while retaining the supernatural elements that set it apart; Yusuke Uramechi, back among the living, now served as a Spirit Detective, taking on the demons who broke the laws of the Spirit World and caused trouble in the human plane.

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