has a story that involves more than a dozen characters searching for the Holy Grail, which purportedly grants the user any wish. As is customary with these types of plots, there are a group of evil doers that want the Grail for selfish means and some dynamic heroes that want to save the world. There are some pretty solid archetypes that anime fans will quickly recognize. There is a strong, independent heroine in Saber that carries an invisible sword. There is a brooding, mysterious stranger that has an important mission to accomplish named Archer (although he fights with swords, not a bow.)The main character of the series is a na´ve young teenager by the name of Shiro that gets mixed up the conflict after he discovers he has magical abilities. The inspiration seems to come from equal parts Bleach
, Death Note
, and DragonBall
. So if you have a propensity for anime and the type of action that it brings, Fate/unlimited codes
has more than enough fan service to satisfy any fan's wish.
Apart from a deep storyline, Fate/unlimited codes is offering a deeper fighting system too. Fate/unlimited codes is a 3D weapon-based fighting game. It sounds strange at first, but take the best parts from Soul Calibur and fuse them with equal shares of Street Fighter and Fate/unlimited codes would be the illegitimate creation born from the two great fighters. Fate/unlimited codes is a four button fighter which means there is a low, medium, and high attack for each character as well as a guard button which is more versatile as you progress. Flashy super moves and finishing moves can be used during matches and after looking at the move list for each character, Fate/unlimited codes seems to be more about a good strategy going into a match than it is about quick reflexes and impeccable execution.