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Tsukiyo no Saraba

Tsukiyo no Saraba (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Action
Developer: Blue Moon


Reader Reviews

Tsukiyo no Saraba review

Reviewed April 20, 2005

guts says: "I remember walking out of the theatre after watching the original Matrix movie, totally blown away at all the fresh ideas it had brought to the table, and completely stunned at how insanely cool Bullet-time was. Then a year or so later the movie Kung Pow (possibly the single worst movie ever made) featured a horrible CG cow doing kung-fu in bullet time, and the special effect had officially worn out it's welcome. "
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Tsukiyo no Saraba review

Reviewed October 31, 2005

jinn says: "Originality nowadays is few and far between - The likelyhood of seeing something fresh and innovative is novel, so ideas that are based on existing features of today's acheivements are abundant. The Matrix's bullet time feature is of no exception and this has been used beyond comparison, arguably having been the most utilised mechanic from a movie since maybe Aliens and creeping-down-corridors-and-shooting-monsters. "
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