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    Gasshu Beru! is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Shaman King: Funbari Spirits

    Has anyone bought this game?
    (I'm not talking about the US only PS2 game)

    If anyone has, who is in the game? Do you have a guide, or is
    it easy to play through without one?

    Thanks!

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    Like all imports, you need to considet the fact that you need a mod chip, or a slide card to play them on your US or PAL PS2. That alone can be a big set back.

    I get the game if I ever got around to getting that modchip/slide card.

    I dont' know where my English article went, but here's the French version: http://thegreatspirit.net/funbarispi.html
    Top half of page only.

    Or you can check out this forum topic for info (but don't post in it, since the people who did post there, don't any more, since the topic is from 2004):
    http://www.skn.fusionxhost.com/forum...er=asc&start=0


    As like all Japanese games, a certian amount of Japanese is needed to completely understand the game. But since it's a fighter game, I don't know how much is really needed. My guess is that you can get some way through the game, but you may get stuck.

    But if there is enough people that want me to build a small guide, I think I can do it. But I need some motivation.
    Last edited by andysislands; 01-13-2007 at 10:28 AM.
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    andysislands is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    $ylas, wrong game:
    Quote Originally Posted by Gasshu Beru! View Post
    (I'm not talking about the US only PS2 game)
    I know, it's confusing. But not really. All the Shaman King games released in the USA and Europe were made by Konami. True, most of them are just mods of Yu-Gi-Oh! games, but that's beside the point.

    As strange as it is to believe, SK was having a fan revival in Japan, and it was enough to make 6 Music CDs and a videogame, JUST based on the manga alone. This of course, wasn't made by Konami, and wasn't licensed to the US. It was cheaper for 4Kids (who held the master license) to just have Konami make "new" games instead of translating the "old" games (some of which date back to Gameboy Color). So, Shaman King: Power of Spirit is an "orginal" game made by Konami, while this game, Shaman King: Funbari Spirits (not to be confused with other games with similar names), wasn't made by Konami but by Bandai.

    Also, some notable things about the game:
    - Sennju from Butsu Zone is in it.
    - I believe, it's the only game the actually follows the manga plotline.

    Some Videos here:
    http://www.bandaigames.channel.or.jp...man_movie.html
    http://ps2.ign.com/objects/680/680114.html

    Oh, and if I do get it, I'll also record a TON of videos and gameplay as well.
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    TheNamekianClown is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    If you do decide to get it and make a guide of some sort that would help my friend, who just got it, out. But 2 people still doesn't seem like enough to build motivation...

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    I played the game and its shit.
    The fighting consists of just repeatedly tapping the same attack button to make your character use the occasional lame special move. And the graphics are just plain sorry for a ps2 game, but thats to be expected of an anime based videogame.

    Don't know how many characters are in it though. I only played with Chocolove, Yoh, and Ren. And the only reason I think its based more on the manga than the anime, is because Chocolove has his more "badass" look from the manga... Yup, thats my only reason for believing that...
    Last edited by Devilman X; 01-18-2007 at 01:07 AM.
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    no offense but i dont think you played it enough, with enough pratice you'll notice that there is a bigger moves list than a couple of buttons, i'm sorry i can't give you any examples because its been a long time since i played it. i have the game but i dont have a chipped ps2 anymore but you might want to look on gamesfaq.com, it has funbari spirits and power of spirtis as the same game but in the forumn someone talks about what its like.glad to hear shaman kings having a revival i really like the manga
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    Well, the game doesn't really encourage repeated play, since its so terrible. A few extra special moves doesn't help matters.

    Hell, I liked the psx version of shaman king better, and that one was barely mediocre.
    Forever searching...

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    Devilman, judging from the gameplay videos you're right. The game looks pretty simple with nothing to it. I dont see why any one would want to play it outside of the big big fans of the series. Talk about shaman king getting the shaft again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoShweaty View Post
    I dont see why any one would want to play it outside of the big big fans of the series.
    Ah, you are talking about me again....

    Anyways, I bought it, should be coming in about a week. And once I get my Video capturing setup done, I'll be making tons of videos of gameplay, story, minigames, .etc. Along with summeries and such, and maybe a little FAQ if I find the time (but I bet the videos will be enough of a guide as it is).
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