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Daikaijyu Battle Ultra Coliseum DX Ultra Senshi Daishyuketsu

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Price: $53.90
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Item Number: RVL-P-SMUJ
Publisher: Namco Bandai Games
Jan/UPC Code: 4582224493333
NCS Product Synopsis
Update: February 25, 2010

«©NCSX»The original Ultraman and nineteen cohorts go to war against each other and an assemblage of 70 mighty monsters that bear names such as King Joe, Dada, Alien Baltan, Garamon and more. Although a game that's titled Dai Kaiju Battle Ultra Coliseum DX Ultra Senshi sounds like it'll be an all-out 3D fighting fest of epic proportions, NCS can assure you that it's not. Sure, there's battling but not in the conventional sense where monsters are controlled directly by the player.

In Bandai's Wii interpretation of big movie monster battles, the Remote is wagged feverishly from side to side to perform certain moves which are then followed by other Wii Remote operations to ignite other fighting actions. In this manner then, the game is what NCS would call a flick-action fighting game since the moves are broken up into sequences that require Wii Remote movement before they're triggered. In other words, you won't control the monsters directly but your actions with the Remote decide how the beast under your control behaves and acts on screen.

In addition to the flick-action fighting, Bandai throws in three mini-games which also require Remote waving motion. One of the mini-games features tug-of-war between monsters. That alone is probably worth the price of admission. Or at least 1/4 the price of entry.

Product Specifications
Jan Code: 4582224493333
Publisher: Bandai Namco
Compatibility: Nintendo Wii (Japan-Only)
Language: Japanese
Format: DVD-ROM (Single-Layer)
Japanese Title: 大怪獣バトル ウルトラコロシアムDX ウルトラ戦士大集結

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Region Lock-out
Please note Japanese Wii games will not boot on USA or European Wii consoles due to the inherent region-lockout on Japanese Wii game discs. A Freeloader (and a Wii with 3.2U firmware) is required to play Japanese Wii games.

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