Inazuma Eleven Go: Chrono Stones: Wildfire
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Inazuma Eleven Go 2 takes place right after the Holy Road games. The hero Matsukaze Tenma is back from teaching kids soccer in Okinawa. However, when he returns to Raimon junior high, the soccer club is gone. It isn't disbanded, the students told him that the club didn't exist in the first place. In this alternate time frame, his friends, and Matsukaze himself, were recruited into other clubs. To revive the club, Matsukaze has to face the mysterious boy Alpha, who claimed that he is going usurp soccer from Matsukaze's life completely. Recruit different characters, face different foes and summon different avatar beasts in Neppu and Raimei. Even the theme songs of these two games are different.
|Official Release Date||Mar 27, 2015|
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|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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With naturally new Teams, new Scout Characters and new Hissatsu Waza added and even old Scout Characters from the original Inazuma Eleven-Series for the NDS, as well as old Hissatsu Waza which were missing in InaEleGO1 added back in, it's even more awesome than said Prequel. Although, there are still old Scout Characters, as well as old Hissatsu Waza missing, it makes up for that with it's new features: Keshin Armed, which allows a Player to "equip" their Keshin by wearing them like an armor, and Mixi-Max, which allows a Player to fuse themselves with the Aura of others, and even that of a Hurricane, Dinosaurs, a Dragon and some Genes, as well as a Black Rose. And the AI has improved yet once again, to make it more challenging. Not to forget the awesome storyline with the timetravels and surprising twists and turns. Definitely a must buy for any person, which owns a japanese 3DS.
The game itself has expanded the options from the previous games. (e.g 1st: best in the country, 2nd: best in the country but a little bit more expanded, 3rd: best in the world and 4th: best in the country after timeskip.) Now in Inazuma eleven Go! Chrono stone Neppu/Raimei you have to find the best team of ALL TIME! Over this the storyline is amazing and the game is very fluent and challenging. This game has new advanced AI system for those daredevils. Overall I give this game 5 stars for the new game system, Storyline, New large amount of available characters and Time travel itself. This is a must buy for fans! 5 stars.
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