Daikaijuu Battle Ultraman Colosseum DX Wii JPN
Daikaijuu Battle Ultraman Colosseum DX Wii JPN is a video game based on the popular Japanese superhero franchise Ultraman. It is an enhanced version of the 2008 game Daikaijuu Battle Ultraman Colosseum, which was released only in Japan for the Nintendo Wii console. The game features over 100 playable characters from the Ultraman series, including monsters, aliens, and heroes. The game also includes a story mode that follows the events of the 2009 movie Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie.
The game is an action game that allows players to control various characters from the Ultraman series in one-on-one battles. The game uses a simple control scheme that involves using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to perform attacks, dodge, and charge energy. The game also supports the Classic Controller and the GameCube Controller for more traditional controls. The game has four main modes: Story Mode, Battle Mode, Gallery Mode, and Options Mode.
Story Mode: This mode follows the plot of the movie Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie, in which a mysterious evil force threatens to destroy the universe. The player can choose to play as either the Ultra Brothers or the Dark Ultras, and fight against various enemies and bosses. The story mode has multiple endings depending on the player's choices and actions.
Battle Mode: This mode allows players to fight against either the computer or another player in various stages and settings. The player can choose from over 100 characters, each with their own abilities and special moves. The player can also customize their character's attributes, such as speed, power, and defense. The battle mode has several options, such as time limit, health gauge, and handicap.
Gallery Mode: This mode allows players to view various images and information about the characters, stages, and items in the game. The player can also listen to the game's soundtrack and voice clips.
Options Mode: This mode allows players to adjust various settings of the game, such as sound, language, and controller configuration.
The game received mixed reviews from critics and fans. Some praised the game for its large roster of characters, faithful representation of the Ultraman series, and fun gameplay. Others criticized the game for its low-quality graphics, repetitive gameplay, lack of online features, and high price. The game sold about 40,000 copies in Japan as of March 2010. The game was never released outside of Japan.
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