My last name is Kruger. I was born on Friday the 13th. Seriously.
I live in New Orleans.
I love video games. All systems, all consoles, all of them. You will just as soon see me playing a 1980's arcade game as you would the latest 360 release.
I love any and all horror games. I'm a horror fanatic.
I'm also a fighting game whore, especially 2-d fighters.
I enjoy playing old school games on emulators, and love finding old school games I've never heard of before.
I just got a new gaming tv! A 40" Sony Bravia LCD! It's gorgeous for games. Hit me up on Xbox Live : TheX13thXDragon.
Other shit I like, in no particular order:
Transformers, G.I. Joe, books, MC Chris, Lost, dragons, Puss N Boots from Shrek, H.P. Lovecraft, The Dark Tower, Tech N9ne, photography, samurai, Staind, animals, beer, X-Files, lots of other shit.
Year : 1995
Company : Banpresto
Similar to : Warzard / Red Earth
First, let me just say that "Oni - The Ninja Master" is the Japanese title. The US title is "Metamoqester". Seriously. That's not a typo. I don't even know what that means. I can't even pronounce that. But anyway...
Facing the Frankenstein robot.
Oni plays like your standard 2-d fighting game, but you can only choose from three fighters, and you face off against six different CPU controlled monsters. The hook is that you can play two player co-op.
The goofy looking Incan monster.
Controls are four buttons : a light, medium and heavy attack, and a projectile button. Characters have special moves a la Street Fighter type joystick motions. You have a power gauge that fills as you fight, and once it's full you can unleash a super move by pressing all three attack buttons simultaneously.
The three heroes.
Each character has a sort of Persona that they briefly transform into when executing special moves.
Oni is not only more enjoyable with a friend, but also easier. When you play by yourself, Oni can be EXTREMELY difficult. The monsters will trap you in the corner and wail on you, knock you from the air whenever you try to jump, and unleash devastating moves that will almost kill you instantly.
The female commando driven tank.
The enemies are fairly inventive, including but not limited to a rather goofy looking Incan god, a robotic Frankenstein, a tank, and a naked, fat, baby Dragonball Z reject.
The final boss, Fat Naked Baby Goku!!
All in all, Oni is a very fun game, even more so with two players. The only real drawback is it's length. Once you beat six enemies, it's over.