Daikatana

3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
Rated: Mature
$ 33 94
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Platform: Nintendo 64
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About the Product

  • •Shooter and RPG elements.
  • •Weapons and items are time period specific.
  • •Play through four eras 25th Century Japan, Ancient
  • •More than 25 different weapons
  • •60+ different enemies

Product Description

Designed by the legendary John Romero, Daikatana is a first person perspective action, which takes the 3D shoot'em up genre into a new dimension. Players assume the role of Hiro, traveling through time with his two sidekicks, the beautiful, yet lethal Mikko and the powerful mercenary Superfly Johnson. The player must lead this team, interacting with them to guide them through perilous worlds, exploring vast levels that are filled with an array of intelligent enemies. In their quest to save history, players will journey through four different time periods, traveling from mythical Greece to a post apocalyptic San Francisco 500 years in the future. Battling over 60 different monstrous enemies with more than 30 different weapon types, breaching obstacles and unearthing secret locations

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ASIN B0009MJA5U
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3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #21,675 in videogames
#183 in Video Games > More Systems > Nintendo 64 > Games
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Product Dimensions 4.5 x 3 x 0.7 inches
Media: Video Game

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By F. Sapone on May 24, 2012
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I'm a big fan of Daikatana on the PC and I never played the N64 version. I pop it in and off the bat you can notice that the levels are set in the same places but laid entirely different. The game is okay and is some good, short fun for your N64 (I completed the game in under 5 hours and I'm not very good at games on consoles).

Daikatana 64 has some quirks though: The framerate can come to a crawl during the cutscenes, during the cutsceens the sidekicks show up but the game makes no mention of them elsewhere, you keep your weapons between episodes, the Daikatana is not a playable weapon, the wizard boss on episode 3 is a little too hard and the rest are too easy and the music continuously loops per episode which can become annoying.

Despite these flaws, the game is only worth a few measly bucks so you might as well add it to your collection and finish it in an afternoon. The controls are smooth and the game doesn't have many unfair moments with cheap shots.
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I got this game as more of a Novelty, it is very glitchy in my opinion and if you don't know how to duck then you woln't get far... Have Fun!
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Daikatana is composed of twenty-four levels divided into four episodes.
The number of maps per level varies, but is generally about three.
Each episode represents a different location and time period: Futuristic Japan, Ancient Greece, The Dark Ages in Norway and Near-future San Francisco.
Gameplay tends towards fast-paced combat, although an attempt at introducing problem-solving elements was also included.
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