Edward Falcon is a would-be fighting champ with a father who left long ago to search for the mysterious and powerful Power Stones. After receiving what his father calls a precious stone, Edward finds himself constantly harassed by ninjas, samurai and others wanting to get their hands on it - even though he doesn't know what it is! Edward soon discovers that he's been entrusted with none other than a Power Stone, and from henceforth he tries his best to keep it safe, while also uncovering its secrets and trying to track down his father.
Fourteen-year-old Jean was just an ordinary would-be inventor, until the mysterious Nadia crashed into his life. With no family, a pet lion and a jewel known as the Blue Water, Nadia is constantly on the run from those who want to steal her most valuable gem. Now, with a trio of thieves and the nefarious organization known as Gargoyle on their trail, Jean and Nadia must struggle to learn the secret of the Blue Water and protect its powers from those who would use them to destroy the world!
Nadia and Power Stone are both adventurous tales with comedic elements and slapstick villains. Both are fairly terrible in some ways, but Power Stone takes the case for awfulness. Regardless, as they're aimed at the same age level and have a very similar feel, fans of one might enjoy the other.
Join the characters from the acclaimed Samurai Shodown (AKA Samurai Spirits) games, as they try to rid Japan of a great evil. Shirou Amakusa has broken the seal holding the evil god Ambroja at bay, and now it's up to Haohmaru and his companions to thwart this foul plan.