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Reality Fighters - Playstation Vita - Standard Edition
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- Create your own fighter game exactly the way you want it using visual elements of your immediate environment
- Unique Augmented Reality (AR) technology lets you use both cameras to bring yourself and the world around you into the battle
- Choose from several distinct (and crazy) fighting styles such as Wrestling, Muay Thai, western Boxing and even Ballet
- Compliment your style with over 300 costume pieces and over 200 different weapon types
- Two-player wireless multiplayer support allows you to issue challenges to friends and the wider Reality Fighters world
- Platform: PlayStation Vita
- ESRB Rating: Teen
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Bring the world around you into the fight with Reality, Fighters! Using AR technology, take pictures of yourself and create your own personal fighter, complete with unique fighting and visual style. From kitchen tops to parking lots, the world is literally your arena as the stages you fight in are determined by the environment around you.
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Top Customer Reviews
Having said that, I put $15 on in, $2 for shipping.
In reality, it would have been worth $8 + $2/sh
the first few hours were OMG ITS KEELZ!!! I R IN A VR WORLD, etc etc
but then once u realize that its only a background, the gameplay falls away.
its been 5 hours of gameplay, and that will probably be it.
The game is clunky, and bad. remember what AR is, its just gameplay over camera footage
if that gameplay sucks, the novelty wears off fast - and this game is that definition exactly
bad gameplay over AR footage.
Id put it back on eBay, but I dont wanna do that to someone lol, its gunna end up in my
media shelf - and likely never played again.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
here are a few of the pros and cons:
-Easy to learn combos, fighting styles, etc.
-AR works and looks great
-Tons of unlockables, keeps me occupied
-The customization is awesome
-Kinda easy, short story mode
-A little repetitive after a while but online multiplayer helps
-You need a lot of light for the camera to work/pick up anything
It is a really fun game that will keep you occupied for a while. If youre a more serious fighting game player I'd go with Marvel vs Capcom. As for me, this game suits my button mashing needs.
The area that Reality Fighters shines most, is Augmented Reality. You take a picture of your face and bring it into the game, you create fighters and customize them as you win matches. If you take a picture of a location, you can use it as your background. Or if you choose the Augmented Reality Mode, while you are fighting, you can see everything going on. The way it places the fighters, you may be scratching your head or annoyed, because when the Vita moves, so does the placement of your characters, which is the main gripe I have about the Augmented Reality, even though it's realistic.
Luckily, the annoying in game music can be replaced with your own Soundtracks through the music player, so you'd be advised doing that.
However, some of Mr. Miyagi's dialogue in the Story is really funny the first time around. How he brags about his fighters until they get beaten.
Time Attack is very hard NOT to get a Gold rating in everything, the game mode which is the most challenging and fun, is Survival. The trophies are fairly easy to get, with the hardest two being playing long enough to unlock everything, and getting to Wave 30 in Survival will be a challenge, as you only regain about 1/3 to 1/4 of your health bar every victory, and the enemies get tougher as you get further. Losing in Survival will not count against your record.
If you are looking for something to replace Mortal Kombat, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Tekken 6, or Street Fighter 4, this is not it. However if you want something with a little different flair, pick it up.
Create-a-Fighter mode can be very finicky. Often times, I struggled to get the right amount of light that the camera demanded, and if that wasn't bad enough sometimes the lighting still wasn't good enough for my face. That not only messes up the face of your fighter, but also the skintone entirely. Last time I checked, my skin didn't have specks of silver in it. On top of this, while you're taking your portrait (or somebody elses') make sure to remove your hair from your face. The camera just doesn't work as well when you have hair in your face or hanging low.
Having played the game for awhile, the gameplay is fun and solid. The storyline was very short, not very motivating and seemed like a cheap attempt to give the game a little more play time. What I'm hoping for is DLC to come to this game in the future - maybe swords or other weapons; or maybe I should stick with Soul Calibur and other fighting games.