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God Hand

House Arrest - Kill Time Killing Everything

Lisa Lippard
Oct 15, 2007

It's always fun to deliver a beat down to deserving enemies, especially in new and more devastating ways. With the release of God Hand from Capcom, gamers get a new fighting/action game that let's gamers be in control of the ultimate power-the God Hand. Gamers play Gene, a rugged drifter who is new in town and accidently stumbles into a dangerous area only to find himself defending a woman from a brutal mob. Even though Gene puts up a good fight, his right arm is severed before he passes out in a hail of violence. Strangely enough, he awakens with his arm whole again-only now, Gene possess the supernatural-like abilities of the God Hand. Now it's up to gamers to find out what fate has in store for Gene, while being hunted by demons anxious to take the God Hand for their own use.

Gene must learn how to wield his new powers effectively against demonic enemies if he hopes to stay alive and rescue the town and it's people from being totally overrun. Fortunately, a huge arsenal of moves are available and crushing attacks, death blows, and mashing enemies into oblivion are all part of the job. It's easy to keep things exciting by stringing together tons of different combos, or show off by tossing enemies around in the air before demolishing them with spectacular finishing moves. As fighting and action fans know, it's never a bad thing to look cool while dispensing some one-armed justice.

Rating3.5 / 5
GenreFighting/action
ConsolePS2
PublisherCapcom
HotFinishing moves, good combos
NotCould seem repetitive after time
By Lisa Lippard
209 Articles

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