Inazuma Eleven

Inazuma Eleven

released on Aug 22, 2008

Inazuma Eleven

released on Aug 22, 2008

Mark Evans is a very talented goalkeeper and the grandson of one of the strongest goalkeepers in Japan, who supposedly died before Mark was born. Even though his skills and enthusiasm are incredible, his school lacks a real soccer club, as the six other members don't appear very interested even in training. One day, when a mysterious forward named Axel Blaze moves to Mark's town, the young goalkeeper sets out to find and recruit members for his soccer team. There are nearly 1000 playable characters with varying skills that will determine the success of the team. As you play through the story, Mark can recruit various characters on the team and help achieve his ultimate goal of competing!


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Inazuma Eleven 3: Lightning Bolt
Inazuma Eleven 2: Firestorm
Inazuma Eleven 2: Firestorm

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Algo impossivel de não pontuar sobre o primeiro inazuma é como o anime melhorou diversos aspectos narrativos, o exemplo mais gritante disso sendo a mão demoniaca que no jogo ela não tem sequer metade do impacto que a mesma temo no anime

A parte da gameplau é bastante solida mesmo para o 1 jogo da franquia onde nos jogos seguintes eles apenas refinaram o que ja tinha sido estabelecido e adicionaram novas mecanicas ao jogo (como no 2 que eles adicionaram long shot), inclusive os random encounters que normalmente são chatos neste aqui não chegam a ser um problema, acho que é pelo jogo ser mais curto e não ter taanto lugares para explorar como nos outros jogos

Más agora o principal problema desse jogo.....
Os times rivais são muito sem graça, e ate alguns mais daorinhas carecem e muito de jogadores carismaticos ou que chamem atenção seja por design ou tecnicas, os unicos que se salvam são a zeus e o instituto imperial

Tiene cosas muy buenas, pero con los que han ido saliendo se ha quedado como el primer escalón de una leyenda. De todas formas, no quita que tiene cosas muy buenas

O fato de não ter jogado esse jogo primeiro fez a falta das evoluções de gameplay e facilidades dos jogos seguintes me impedir de aproveitar ao máximo

Oh man, the journey this started me on.

The premise of the game is really unique and how it's presented is, too. Captain Tsubasa exists, obviously, but this game really is just classic Hino brain put code and it's got a lot of heart, a lot of personality, and it's a lot of fun.

As for how I feel about this game as a fan? Well first, it's rare that I'll complain about a specific language of a game unless it stands out for some glaring reason, and in this case yeah. Yeah. Essentially it tries to do what Phoenix Wright did but without any of the grace of understanding as to why that worked, so you get a main character named Mark and his friends Todd, Kevin, and Nathan. This particular game in the series is actually really funny to me because this was before they decided they wanted the names to be children's nursery rhymes, so they're mostly faithfully translated, if at all. Honestly some change would've been totally okay but the names fit the moves a lot and it's farcry from the nightmare that is the GO games' naming schemes.

As for the game itself, it's fun. The biggest problem with the game is mostly that systems that would be spruced up in later games, well, haven't, and that it has the smallest number of special moves in the entire series but. I mean it's the first game. I do think the sequel did a lot to alleviate some of the tedium that exists in this game thanks to how simple it is, but this game does kinda have that "one-off" feel, as if this game could've come out with no sequels and would just be fondly remembered as that quirky idea L5 had that one time. Wouldn't be the first time for them.

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La historia es mas diferente de lo que recordaba en comparación al anime. Algunas partes son incluso mejores, pero la mayoria son un poco mas infantiles que en el anime. Kido es un personaje casi diferente, y está bien loco que Ichinose no sea canon xd. Pensaba que habia pocas tecnicas, y en variedad si, pero al la mayoria ser tecnicas debiles, es muy de spamear tecnicas que gastan poco PT, lo cual realmente es mas divertido que usar una sola técnica súper potente. Corto y contundente, simple pero bárbaro.

Pues si ver un anime te hace jugar un juego completamente en japones, entederlo en lo posible y aun asi disfrutarlo, es que es un buen juego.
Practicamente tiene el ecanto de pokemon y fireemblem de encariñarte con los personajes que usas y formar un equipo de futbol.
en entrega posteriores mejora su gameplay