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Crimson Tears - PlayStation 2

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
9 customer reviews
Metascore: 62 / 100

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  • Choose from three different playable characters, all with special abilities and unique moves - one android and two human bio-weapons
  • Dynamic martial arts system - collect items that open new moves, then customize your fighting technique
  • Use strategy to face different types of enemies, from standard soldiers to walking biological weapons
  • Collect items and weapons as you explore dungeons and defeat enemies, increasing your characters' abilities
  • Wild weapons, ranging from swords and fighting gloves, to bazookas and flame throwers
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Product Description

Crimson Tears is futuristic 3D action that mixes a gripping story with suspense. Set in Tokyo in the year 2049, you'll become one of three "biological war weapons" who investigate a strange disaster that has crippled the city. As they piece things together, they'll learn that the answers to their questions lie with a secret groups called ARMA. With its distinctive 3D cel-shaded graphics, fast-paced cutscenes and wild sci-fi storyline, this game will thrill you every step of the way. Automatic dungeon creation system as you explore futuristic Tokyo sewers, subway stations and more -- enemies and items change each time you pass through

From the Manufacturer

Tokyo 2049. Three humanoid biological weapons must meet their destiny head on and fight for their future. Crimson Tears is a fast-paced futuristic 3D action game taking place in the high tech underworld of future Tokyo. Control the fate of three humanoid biological weapons: Amber, the twin blade samurai, Kadie, the mechanical eradicator, and Tokio, the steel gunslinger. Utilizing their advanced weapons training, these three futuristic rebels must enter a constantly shifting underground dimensional labyrinth and battle against hordes of mutant creatures. Rifts in time and space randomly generate level maps each time you enter. The battle for the future has begun

Key Features:

  • Three playable characters--Each has unique special abilities and unique moves
    • Amber--An android who was created as a weapon; she is quick and skilled with close-range weapons, especially when wielding her twin swords
    • Kadie--A newly created humanoid biological weapon who is naïve due to her lack of experience; despite an innocent appearance she is very powerful and is a master at handling large weapons
    • Tokio--A quick-witted humanoid biological weapon who has a keen sense of justice; he is an expert with firearms and is especially adept with twin pistols
  • Automatic "dungeon" creation system--The labyrinths are comprised of various "dungeons" which are based on futuristic conceptualizations of areas in Tokyo including sewers, subway stations and more with layouts, enemies, and items changing each time through
  • Central home base--Various routes to the different dungeons can be accessed through a home base point where players can exchange items found in the labyrinth between the three main characters, expand their repertoire of moves and view various data
  • Numerous enemy threats--Different kinds of enemies, which are also biological war weapons, appear in each dungeon, requiring strategic combinations of martial arts attacks and weapon-based combat for victory
  • Customizable weapons and martial arts moves--The dynamic battle system involves collecting items to customize the arsenal of fighting moves and the various weapons
  • Wide range of weapons--Swords, fighting gloves, bazookas, flame throwers and more
  • Collect items and weapons--As players explore dungeons and defeat enemies, a variety of objects can be obtained and used to increase the characters' abilities

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B0002A6CNM
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5 x 0.6 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 21, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,231 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Gamer^3 on July 30, 2004
First, before buying this game just think to yourself, "Did I like Phantasy Star Online or did I hate it?" If you liked PSO, buy this game now, if not, then avoid this game.

For anyone that cannot make a judgement on just that or never played PSo, here's a rundown...

The game consist of being able to pick from 3 characters...

Amber- A wicked fast fighter that is decently strong in hand-to-hand combat. But what her strength & defense lacks in, she makes up for in speed (and that fact that she can wield 2 swords at once, uber fun).

Kadie- Slower than Amber and not able to use any double weapons, but is also stronger in melee combat than the others. Her weapons are mostly close range with little reach, but her strength makes up for it.

Tokio- Not the best in close range, but he can use two guns at once, making him the best for ranged attacks. He's also the biggest character and lacks in speed from this.

In the game, you go around maze like levels fighting enemies until you reach the boss and beat that level. There are also side quest that help to lengthen the game.

It is a cel shaded game and the shading is done better than I have ever seen and that includes Viewtiful Joe's shading.

But if the game interest you from this review give it a try. The game is not easy, but it will challenge you, which is what you should want in a game.
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Crimson tears over-view

Crimson tears is a strange little game. It waxes metaphorically about us finding our place in the world. Each of the three protagonists were given life in a hot lab and after they discover their creator had regrets about piecing them together in the first place they have to find a reason for existing beyond being loved by their daddy in a white lab coat.

The big problem is the experimental facility these three androids called "home" freed a bunch of bio-monsters after it went nova and it began warping reality into random dangerous labyrinths.

Your task it two fold. The first is to raid various dungeons for loot, weapons, beneficial items, and experience points. The second is to build up the ramshackle ghetto around you by putting in donations to improve the surroundings. When not fighting you'll talk to towns folk, upgrade merchant booths with charitable contributions, and accept quests which require you back track through earlier levels.

Assuming you enjoy brightly colored anime with a slightly oppressive urban cyber punk atmosphere you'll like Crimson Tears a lot. However, I do have to warn you about some potential snags in the jolly good time.

First and foremost though this game plays like a beat em up you will not get anywhere without leveling up. Aka there's a role-playing engine underneath the sleek and sexy exterior so don't be lead astray by first impressions! Crimson Tears is likewise a grind intensive journey so expect to revisit previous zones. Once you look around you'll realize Kadie, Tokio, and Amber all have a HUGE plethora of skills to upgrade.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sean Malowney on July 18, 2006
I bought this game as a bargain-bin type find at the local Fry's. And now that I've taken it home, geez, it makes me wonder why we even need PS3 when so much good PS2 content can be had for a few bucks.

This game is fantastic. I generally don't like Action RPGs as much as turn-based RPGs. However, the great BGM combined with quick, satisfying game play won me over. It also features random regenerating levels. There is so much replay value here, I played the first stage like 10 times before even going to stage 2.

Very fun game, thrashing bad guys in a familiar neo-Tokyo setting. Who needs a plot?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Brockman on March 25, 2009
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After I finished playing P.N.03, I started looking for something similar. There didn't seem to be anything. But Crimson Tears seems to be the closest thing there is. They are both Capcom side projects, have randomly generated levels, and require massive levelling.

In Crimson Tears, you don't turn like a tank, so don't fear that. Weapons level just like you do, but weapons get damaged and can break. Also, I swear my +50 Freeze Blades make my gal overheat.

Oh, that's another thing. These guys are bots, so they can overheat, so you have to watch that as well as your hp. Half of your carried inventory will be cures for all the junk that gets thrown at you. And once you get to the fourth level, beware the dreaded Blue Item Stealing Dog. Just keep a gun handy, really.

I like the game. I do. But I'm thinking of quitting at this point, around 20 hrs into it, because I'm sick of constantly going through the levels that will give me the items I'll need for the future fights.

I highly recommend reading the single gamefaq on this before playing. It's cheap here, so if you like a good hack n' slash, I would recommend this. I find randomly generated levels to be kind of zen.

Also, if you are able, pick up P.N.O3. Another game that gets panned as taking only a few hours. Which, really, there is no way.

Also in CT, the character modeling is amazing. Too bad they only get near the camera when running into the wall in the saving room.
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