Pros it is quite difficult as well as fun.... even though it was a short game it was the most futuristic game of the gamecube generation it showed that the wii needs to put this game out on the shelves in a new game of the series.
Cons well everything showed that the game had many good 3d images but it would be more fun with a classic capcom blend as well as a nintendo charm to it. The game was short but it is something you can play again and again......
Summary it just was way to short but can be very competitive of every other awesome capcom games....street fighter and megaman still take the cake....
Pros Stylish environments, cool character, multiple suits
Cons Repetitive gameplay, little voice acting, bad controls
Summary Many thought this game was going to be the Devil May Cry of the Gamecube. They were dead wrong. This game is an entirely different creature. Created in the vein of games like Contra, it brought classic 2D gaming into the 3rd dimension.
The lead character of the game is Vanessa D. Schneider, and that's just about all you will ever find out. She is given a series of tasks to complete from an unknown client, all these tasks take place either inside a series of futuristic buildings, or on the planetside...which consists of nothing but desert.
The gameplay is the heart of this game, and for the most part, it delivers. All attacks and dodges are based around actual dance moves, so all the attacks seem to flow with a rythm, very satisfying to see in motion. The basic attack (proformed by pressing the "A" button) allows Vanessa to shoot small energy attacks out of her hands. When the going gets tough, you can execute special attacks using a series of D-Pad directions followed by the "A" button. This attack changes depending on the current "Aegis Suit" you are wearing.
The Aegis Suit is the stylish outfit you will wear the entire game. However, there are many different forms of the suit, which you can buy using points earned from killing enemies. Secret suits can be found within the game, leading to a final, "ultimate" suit. All of these only serve the purpose of making the game easier on the player, and are not required.
Every room in the the game will grade you. At the exit to a room, you will attain points based on highest enemy combo, whether or not you got hit, time, and so forth. These points are used to buy Continues, Suit power-ups, and new suits, but the rooms also tally up and give you a final grade at the end of each stage. If you want to unlock everything, you will need to proform flawlessly in every room.
The music and sound effects are rather bland, but not terrible. You don't really notice they are there. Still, some people may wish to turn up some music in a CD player to add a better soundtrack to the game's stale techno beats.
The game is short, the first time through the entire game only took me 1:50. So if you would like to rent it, go ahead, it's only going to take those 2 Hours to beat. Still, this is a solid game, and I fully reccomend it to any old school gamer.
Final Score: 8.5/10
Pros Vanessa has good ass. God bless the musics. Dance moves(Vanessa´s attacks). All else.
Cons Hmm... nothing?