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**False Packaging** Don't fall for it like we did!  
on November 20, 2005 - 1:31 AM PST
  of Shura No Toki: Age of Chaos Vol. 1 (2004)
2 out of 4 members found this review helpful

Judging by Battie's review of this title I thought she was a little bias because this person clearly dislikes fighter anime. But in this case Battie was dead on. It is, however, extremely sad that this person cannot tell the difference between the art style in Shura noToki and Street Fighter! Hmm.. Let's see, the countless talented artists at Capcom versus some artist who thought it might be cute to put female features on the face of a badly drawn man. You read that right, if your expecting the same kind of quality and detail you see on the slip cover, you're gonna be in world of disappointment.

It quickly struck me that unless the main character got hit in the face with a shovel, he wasn't gonna look any cooler than what he did in the first five minutes of the show.

So to sum things up, don't rent this pile! If you want a good anime fighter go and checkout Street Fighter II: The animated movie.
Masami Obari- Master of T & A!  
on September 9, 2005 - 12:53 AM PDT
  of Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer: Rounds 1 & 2 (1996)
1 out of 2 members found this review helpful

One of my all time favorite anime fighters. Has the perfect balance of ass kicking and bouncing chests. Even though the original videogame was based around the art of Masami Obari, he took the trouble to make sure it didn't end up as just another crapy beat'em up anime. Just about every character has something driving them.

I am convinced that this short, three episode OVA could have been made in to a TV series.

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