How do you make a sequel to a great game given the limitations of the iPhone? Nothing much really. Just add a few characters more, tweak the graphics a bit and give in to the most requested feature from the game’s predecessor. That’s what Capcom did with Street Fighter IV Volt and made it real good.
Star Wars the Force Unleashed have practically covered almost all of the video game consoles. The PSP, PS3, XBOX360 and Wii all got their versions of the game. Here’s a brief overview the game’s versions in each of the four consoles which have the game in their catalog of video games.
The famous Limit Breaks of Final Fantasy VII was replaced by the Digital Mind Waves (DMW) in Crisis Core for the PSP. DMW’s are automatically and randomly triggered and understanding how it works could play a vital role in enjoying the game. This guide aims to help you in understanding this DMW.
Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core aside from offering a solid gameplay with tons of features also got some cool side-quests and mini-games. One of these mini-games is the missions where you get to open chests with rare items and battle cool bosses. Here’s a Final Fantasy 7 guide on the game’s Missions.
If you’re starting to play FFVII: Crisis Core in your PSP, you’d probably have encountered the game’s first boss already and find it easy to beat. But not all of the bosses in the game are that easy. You will certainly need this guide to fight the last five bosses before you meet the final one.