Genre Action -> Adventure
Today's Rank 17596
Date N/A
Date 2002-02-08
Publisher 3DO
United Kingdom Retail Box ArtIn the still of night, the queen lays her newborn son in his crib as a shadow steals past the window. She looks up and sees nothing. She hears only silence. And then, a sound behind the wall, the telltale soft metallic song of a blade being carefully drawn from its scabbard. The king turns to seek out the source of the sound, only to hear several similar tones echo through the night just outside the paper walls. Quickly, he reaches for his own weapon, but it's already too late. Thus begins the tale of Godai: Elemental Force. The game features fast-paced stealth gameplay, and allows you to engage your enemies with hand-to-hand, sword, and projectile weapon attacks. You'll set out on a quest through the trials of the four spirit elements (Earth, Wind, Water, and Fire) in 16 breathtaking levels. You can survey your surroundings with a 360-degree cinematic KinetiCam, and make use of eight play modes, one player campaign, and seven styles of two-player head-to-head. The game includes new weather and environmental effects, including night, rain, fog, and "pool of light" sources such as torches, fire pits, etc., that will immerse the player into the story and action. The wide selection of weapons includes katana blades, twin blades, throwing spikes, shuriken, smoke bombs, and elemental magic. Godai: Elemental Force also features a simple pick-up-and-play default control scheme.

- Join a young warrior's quest to master the Elements and reclaim his birthright
- Acrobatic moves, a 360° camera, combat ranging from projectile to hand-to-hand and elemental magic set this game apart
- A great action game to give as a gift or get for yourself
- ESRB Rating: T (Teen)
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