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CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag Review

 One of the weirdest fighting games ever seen and the idea of you having to hit each enemy same amount of times as you would in another game for boss fight makes it become a overall very unpleasant experience in most cases and it has RPG elements.

Shows a guy who looks kind of like gimp version of martial man with rake for a weapon which is kind of funny to me who fights against like cartoon version of like demon who has a white face and turtle body and also on sliver payment area with road same colour and white line for the road plus metal pole and also Japanese style of trees showing up in popular colour plus yellow health showing up

I think if you could kill the enemy with only like 1 to 2 hits it would be a much better game overall and I like the idea of weapons sort of like streets of rage using tools in the game such as like basketball which you can do a standard hit with it or throw the ball at the other characters it would make sense if the weapon did more damage than the standard attacks to me here.

Most of the enemies in the game are overall to be pretty hard to win against even on the lowest level of hardness here.

I like the graphics in the game has a very cartoon 1990s style look to all which can look good but the enemies you fight often look really weird looks such as like yellow monster like demon character. 


CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag is a Japanese role-playing game (RPG) that has taken the world by storm. The game features intense battles, an engaging storyline, and a unique cast of characters that will keep you captivated from beginning to end. In this article, we will explore the world of CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag, delving into its story, characters, and gameplay mechanics.

What is CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag all about?

CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag is set in a fantastical world where humans and mythical creatures coexist. The story follows the journey of a young hero named Aqua, who is on a mission to save the world from destruction. Aqua is joined by a diverse group of allies, each with their own unique abilities and personalities. Together, they will face off against a powerful enemy and uncover the truth behind the world's impending doom.

Meet the Characters:

One of the standout features of CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag is its cast of characters. From the brave and determined Aqua to the cunning and mischievous Finnegan, each character has a unique personality that brings something special to the game. Let's take a closer look at some of the key players in CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag:

Aqua: The protagonist of CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag, Aqua is a determined young hero who is on a mission to save the world.

Finnegan: A mischievous trickster, Finnegan is both a help and hindrance to Aqua on her journey.

Sylvia: A powerful mage with a mysterious past, Sylvia is a valuable ally to Aqua and her team.

Leo: A fierce warrior with a strong sense of justice, Leo is a force to be reckoned with in battle.

Battles and Gameplay Mechanics:

CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag features fast-paced battles that are filled with excitement and strategy. Players must make use of their characters' unique abilities and weapons to defeat enemies and progress through the game. The game also features an extensive skill tree, allowing players to customize their characters and tailor their playstyle to their preferences.


What kind of game is CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag?

CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag is a Japanese role-playing game (RPG) with fast-paced battles and a captivating storyline.

Who is the protagonist of CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag?

The protagonist of CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag is Aqua, a young hero on a mission to save the world.

What kind of characters can you play as in CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag?

CB Chara Wars: Ushinawareta Gag features a diverse cast of characters, each with their own unique abilities and personalities.


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