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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Apr 16, 2008.
^^ndsrelease-3154^^Contributed by Urza
ok, any info on this game? looks a bit pants..
Check the US version
In the world of Draglade, Grapping has become the world's premier spectator sport. Scientists will discover how to turn atmospheric Matter into energy. Soon thereafter, a means of harnessing this energy – G-Cons – will allow for the conversion of this power into a weapon called a “Glade”. When a Glade hits something, the Glade emits a sound. Fighters and entertainers quickly realized the potential of Grapping, as the music generated by the clashing Glades in combat provided an experience that couldn't be matched in any other sport. In this world overcome by Grapping fever, four young indie Grappers – Hibito, Guy, Kyle, and Daichi – will strive to reach the ranks of the Major Grappers.
In Draglade, it’s not just about how hard you hit or fast you move, it's also how well you can groove. An innovative mix of music and fighting means you will have to use your rhythm as well as your reflexes if you want to overcome your foes and show everyone that you’re a Draglade master!
They gave the US version a 7.0, which is amazing for them, this must be a lot less cheezy than the boxart would imply.
It's quite a good fighting game, a bit similar to the Bleach games.
I quite enjoyed to be honest, worth downloading. Best way to explain it is like Megaman Battle Network Transmission with a tad off Castlevania AoS/PoR.
ive played the us version and its kinda nice,too bad i never tried enough to get along with the rythm fight part
I have a urge to download this and play it....
I liked this game when the US version came out (completed it in a night)
The story sucks but the fighting is good,im hoping for a sequal.
Yeah, something like that, and with the addition on customizable combos which is a nice addition
The rhythm part is a bit bunk, in my opinion. Better than average NDS game though. We really need more beat-em ups.
I finished the US version of this and it was fantastic. Everyone go try it. Oh, and it has lagless wifi, but its crap.
How about that involves irate gamers beating up coders from Bold, Destineer & other such shovel producing software houses?
It is quite easy, you make your own song from that bricks forming straight line and all rythm fighting becomes rapidly pushing one button