14 September 2013

Download Game PS1/PSX : One Piece Grand Battle 2

Grand Battle! 2 is the second game in the Grand Battle series. The sequel to the game Grand Battle!, Grand Battle! 2 was playable on the PlayStation console. The game was developed and released by Bandai on March 20, 2002.

Like every grand battle game the character versus another character, the character that you choose each have different strategies and power to make the battle balance and fun. the winner of the battle then versus another character in the game. Then at the end, your character will verse a default boss which are set to complete the storyline. The gameplay is a 2.5D fighter similar to The super smash bros series. 

Grand Battle! 2
Grand Battle! 2
Japanese Title: グランドバトル! 2
Romanized Title: Gurando Batoru! 2
English Title: N/A
Developer(s): Namco Bandai
Publisher(s): Namco Bandai
Release(s): March 20, 2002
Platform(s): PlayStation
Genre: Action

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11 September 2013

Download Game PS1/PSX : One Piece

The One Piece video games series was published by Bandai and Banpresto, later as part of Namco Bandai Games, and is based on Eiichiro Oda's shonen manga and anime series of the same name. The games take place in the fictional world of One Piece, and the stories revolve around the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates, the franchise's protagonists. The games have been released on a variety of video game and handheld consoles. The series features various genres, mostly role-playing games—the predominant type in the series' early years—and fighting games, such as the titles of the Grand Battle! sub-series.
The series debuted in Japan on July 19, 2000 with One Piece: Mezase Kaizoku Ou!. As of the release of One Piece: Romance Dawn - Bouken no Yoake in August 2013, the series contains 35 games, not counting Battle Stadium D.O.N, the title One Piece shares with its related anime series Dragon Ball Z and Naruto.
While the Japanese market is "flooded with anime-themed games", few are made available in other countries. The same is true for the One Piece series; more than five years passed after its debut before one of its titles, One Piece: Grand Battle!, was released outside of Japan on September 7, 2005. Out of thirty-one games (not including non-japanese games), four have been released in North America, one in Australia and seven in Europe. Japan's large demand for such games leads its companies to produce the titles with haste and thus low regard for quality. The opposite is the case with the One Piece video game, which has been produced for and exclusively released to the North American markets, and was crowned "GBA Platformer of the Year" in 2005 by GameSpy's network of game websites. The One Piece series received a mixed reception; assessments ranged from "slightly below or slightly above average" to "a grand video-game series".

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09 September 2013

Download Game PS1/PSX : Romance of Three Kingdom

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The games are based on events that took place in China during the 2nd and 3rd centuries, when the land was divided between the Shu Han, Cao Wei and Eastern Wu kingdoms. The games draw ideas mainly from the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms and the historical text Records of the Three Kingdoms.
Gameplay revolves around managing numerical statistics, each representing an attribute of a city or character. For example, a city will have statistics indicating the amount of food stored within its walls, its vulnerability to disasters such as floods and earthquakes, how content the people are with its ruler or governing officer, etc. Characters have statistics to reflect their fighting prowess, intelligence and loyalty towards their respective lords, among other attributes. Players can spend time increasing these numbers before waging war on neighbouring territories, since the artificial intelligence of other lords tends to be peaceful unless the player attacks them first, or unless they have reached a point in the story where war is inevitable.
The seventh, eighth and tenth installments are compounded with RPG aspects, allowing the player to play as a lord, an adviser, a governor, a general or a vassal of another lord, whereas the player controls an entire force in the other editions. In addition, certain characters possess (or can learn) special skills to aid them in war, diplomacy or governance. For example, a general or adviser with high intelligence statistics can lure an enemy unit into a trap or cause the unit to retreat.
There are also several spin-offs based on the series, including Dynasty Warriors, a tactical action video game series, as well as Dynasty Tactics, a hybrid of Dynasty Warriors and Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
Koei has also published three biographical tactical RPGs based on three characters in the series. They are Sangokushi Eiketsuden (Liu Bei), Sangokushi Koumeiden (Zhuge Liang), and Sangokushi Sousouden (Cao Cao).

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