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Soldier Blade Review

by Mickey DeLorenzoJanuary 9, 2007

I bought Soldier Blade today for the VC.

Soldier Blade 1st screen

It’s a top scrolling, arcade style shooter. It has about as much plot as you would expect from this kind of game made in the early 90’s. I’m told the story has something to do with invading Zeograds or some such thing. What Zeo is and how you graduate from it I don’t know, but I do know this: Soldier Blade is a MUST for any Wii owner with thumbs!

Soldier Blade Screenshot

I sat in front of the TV until staying any longer would have made me late for my lame-ass job. One of the awesome things about this little jewel is the “Challenge” mode where you have to rack up as many points in 2 or 5 minutes as possible. It’s a great way to spend those 7 minutes until your bus comes.

This game brought back all those memories of hours and quarters waisted in arcades on games just like this one. Its awesome and I have no hesitation giving this title five out of five tacos!

5 out of 5 tacos

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18 Comments
  • RinkuDohero
    January 10, 2007 at 6:17 am

    I love these sort of games >.<, ah… good times. Tomorrow im buying this, along with other VC games. :3

  • RinkuDohero
    January 10, 2007 at 6:17 am

    I love these sort of games >.<, ah… good times. Tomorrow im buying this, along with other VC games. :3

  • RinkuDohero
    January 10, 2007 at 6:17 am

    I love these sort of games >.<, ah… good times. Tomorrow im buying this, along with other VC games. :3

  • RinkuDohero
    January 9, 2007 at 11:17 pm

    I love these sort of games >.<, ah... good times. Tomorrow im buying this, along with other VC games. :3

  • hoodoo
    January 10, 2007 at 12:28 pm

    I actually bought this game for my TurboGrafx 16 back in the day and I can definitely say it was awesome back then. I even remember the day when I finally beat the game and just sat and watched the credits roll. I was rewarded by watching the credits at the end when a code appeared on the screen to unlock a harder difficulty setting. Since that day I have always taken the time to watch the credits after I complete a game. Partly because there may be a code, some more story to tell or just because the people who worked hard need to be acknowledged. Regardless, I agree that this game is worthy of your Wii points.

  • hoodoo
    January 10, 2007 at 12:28 pm

    I actually bought this game for my TurboGrafx 16 back in the day and I can definitely say it was awesome back then. I even remember the day when I finally beat the game and just sat and watched the credits roll. I was rewarded by watching the credits at the end when a code appeared on the screen to unlock a harder difficulty setting. Since that day I have always taken the time to watch the credits after I complete a game. Partly because there may be a code, some more story to tell or just because the people who worked hard need to be acknowledged. Regardless, I agree that this game is worthy of your Wii points.

  • hoodoo
    January 10, 2007 at 12:28 pm

    I actually bought this game for my TurboGrafx 16 back in the day and I can definitely say it was awesome back then. I even remember the day when I finally beat the game and just sat and watched the credits roll. I was rewarded by watching the credits at the end when a code appeared on the screen to unlock a harder difficulty setting. Since that day I have always taken the time to watch the credits after I complete a game. Partly because there may be a code, some more story to tell or just because the people who worked hard need to be acknowledged. Regardless, I agree that this game is worthy of your Wii points.

  • hoodoo
    January 10, 2007 at 12:28 pm

    I actually bought this game for my TurboGrafx 16 back in the day and I can definitely say it was awesome back then. I even remember the day when I finally beat the game and just sat and watched the credits roll. I was rewarded by watching the credits at the end when a code appeared on the screen to unlock a harder difficulty setting. Since that day I have always taken the time to watch the credits after I complete a game. Partly because there may be a code, some more story to tell or just because the people who worked hard need to be acknowledged. Regardless, I agree that this game is worthy of your Wii points.

  • hoodoo
    January 10, 2007 at 5:28 am

    I actually bought this game for my TurboGrafx 16 back in the day and I can definitely say it was awesome back then. I even remember the day when I finally beat the game and just sat and watched the credits roll. I was rewarded by watching the credits at the end when a code appeared on the screen to unlock a harder difficulty setting. Since that day I have always taken the time to watch the credits after I complete a game. Partly because there may be a code, some more story to tell or just because the people who worked hard need to be acknowledged. Regardless, I agree that this game is worthy of your Wii points.

  • Lewis
    January 19, 2007 at 3:22 am

    devil may cry 3 has the BEST credits ever. just dont press start

  • Lewis
    January 19, 2007 at 3:22 am

    devil may cry 3 has the BEST credits ever. just dont press start

  • Lewis
    January 18, 2007 at 8:22 pm

    devil may cry 3 has the BEST credits ever. just dont press start

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