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Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower

by Capcom
Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen
26 customer reviews
Metascore: 74 / 100

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  • Choose 3 characters and take them through the deadly Chaos Tower using their abilities and a little bit of strategy
  • Levels and fight conditions change on your performance, for a slightly different game with each play
  • Progress through the Tower unlocks bonus material like artwork, sound and movie galleries
  • Wireless two-player competitive matches in Versus Mode
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The secret power of the dark is unleashed! Fight head-to-head in a fierce and brutal battle for supremacy! Darkstalkers sets the standard for monster fantasy fighters. This fan favorite features vivid animations and unbeatable fighting combinations. This fighting phenomenon is updated and redesigned exclusively for the PSP handheld entertainment system.

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  • ASIN: B00005ARX4
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 7, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,807 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By shop2much on June 9, 2005
Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower for the PSP a collection of all the previously released Darkstalkers games, mixed together to form the ultimate package for anyone who is a fan of the series. All the characters from all the games are now playable as well as all the different fighting modes. Say you want to use a Darkstalkers character from the third game and one from the first but with the setup from the second, it's now possible. The Chaos Tower mode is a branching path style tournament that goes up 100 stories. And to make sure things don't get boring, the game will sometimes give you a handicap. (ie, no punches, no kicks, no blocking, ect.) And for going through all of that, you're awarded Darkstalkers character art. Which is quite cool. The only real problem with the game really isn't even the games fault. The PSP D-pad isn't the best D-pad ever made for fighing games. But you can eventually get the hang of it and it's managable. (and there is an "easy" control mode for those not into memorizing all the differnt combos for a fighting game.) So needless to say, if you woant a good 2D fighter for your PSP or even a good 2D fighter that you're able to take with you everywhere, it doesn't get any better than this. NnyCW for Capcom City
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Smithy1185 on May 5, 2005
When I first put this in my PSP, I was amazed by the incredible colors and animations of the characters. The sound is great too along with fluid controls that ultimately make for a must have for fighting game fans. I agree with most people out there that yes, sometimes the moves do seem a little hard to pull off but that hasn't really hindered me from enjoying this game overall. Anyways, if you like fighters and own a PSP then this really is a must have that will keep you entertained for quite a while.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Patrick_91 on September 29, 2011
I'll be the first to admit, I'm not the best at playing fighting games, never have and probably never will. I bought Darkstalkers because it was too good a deal to pass up (it cost me what 8 coin-op credits would get you.) So I figured worst case It would look good in the game cabinet. For anyone who didn't know, Darkstalkers is a 2D fighting game made by Capcom, its similar to Street Fighter but with monsters from all those Halloween movies from the past (you will see characters designed after Dracula, Frankenstein, Werewolves etc...). Obviously Darkstalkers is not Capcom's priority in fighting games hence it not known very well here in North America (my first experience with Darkstalkers was with Capcom Fighting Evolution in 2004).

When I first put Darkstalkers into my PSP I tried playing on normal with Morrigan, I made it up to the last fight and got whooped over and over again (my problem lies in not being able to push the buttons fast enough to pull off the super moves, I'm much better with a arcade stick) So I went into the options and put the control scheme to easy and found a very enjoyable fighting game. With the simplified difficulty control scheme I was pulling off combos and smacking the AI around like a pro.

DarkStalkers Chronicles Includes the first 3 Darkstalkers games as well as all the endings from those games, though they are low quality. Darkstalkers Chronicles also includes what's called a tower mode, you have to travel 100 floors in this mode all the while your being thrown handicaps (no blocking for example) while traveling the 100 floors you unlock pictures from all the Darkstalkers games. There is also a local multiplayer mode, and a Wi-Fi mode, but the Wi-Fi mode does not work, the option is there but nothing happens when you select it.
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mode7 on July 8, 2005
Lets be honest here, I have been playing fighting games since Street Fighter was released in the arcades, and I am talking about the first one in the mid 1980s. Then of course the titanic Street Fighter 2 came out and changed the face of fighting games forever in around 1991. Well anyways it introduced a system of special moves that required fancy joystick movements and a series of button presses to pull off. The fighting genre was nothing but punches and kicks until SF2 came out. Well after the success of SF2 CAPCOM made Darkstalkers (Vampire Savior in Japan), which fused those special moves with over the top monsters from hollywood films like the wolfman, mummy, etc. with that special CAPCOM styling. It is an awesome series and in some ways I like it much better than SF2. But herein lies the problem with the PSP treatment, as much as I try to love this game for the rare gem it is, I can't. The control system was not tweeked enough back at CAPCOM to make it function properly with the PSP digital pad (directional pad), and thus we are left with essentially a button mashing mess. I am sure some will be unable to see past this flaw but when you are talking abut taking out the very foundation of a game series, in this case special moves, then you are left with a shell of what could have been the best 2D fighter ever released on a handheld system. It pains me to say that but it is true and I think if your honest with yourself you will appreciate that I hate it that this game didn't turn out well because of something so fundamental. CAPCOM please be wary next time!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lupe on July 6, 2008
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Good day there. I have to say when I first played this game on my old PSP which was the original when it first came out, I was frustrated with the d-pad to perform the moves because most of the time, it wouldn't recognize the input at times. Now with my PSP-Slim I have to say this game is great now because the d-pad is better able to recognize the special moves and now I don't have to pray on the moves being performed.
The animation is nice and I have to say the soundtrack is awesome, I love the japanese voice-overs as well, giving the characters some nice personality. Overall, great game :)
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