Reviews and Problems with Alex Rider: StormBreaker
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8 February 2014
Summary: Not exactly an action packed game and the running is pretty bad but if you're a fan of the series and sad about Russian Roulette I'd pay 5 bucks to spend a few hours straining your thumbs and laughing at how camp this game is.
Summary: ok first the movie preety much killed the great book that horowitz wrote but this game just is nothing like the movie or the book and Sayle looks nothing like a multimillionaire and in the book Horowitz described Jack as a red head in the game her hair is brown, and Alex looks like he's 16 and Alan Blunt wow!
Summary: See I originally bought this game in GBA because I got the first book in the Alex Rider series and really liked the book so then I decided to try out the Alex Rider game in the DS format and just really liked the game better in DS format and gave my dad the GBA version. The DS version of Alex Rider: Stormbreaker will blow your mind away with the graphic's on this game, plus challenging and follow's the book series and movie to a tee. I love this game.
Alex Rider - Stormbreaker on DS - poor fighting game
3 July 2009
Excerpt: "...review is for the game Alex Rider - Stormbreaker for the Nintendo DS, developed by Altron and published by THQ. The game is an arcade type game with lots of different kinds of game play, from driving to snooker and from fighting to exploring. Primarily though the aim is to fight your way through the levels with numerous sub games. In terms of difficulty, the game is too easy, and I say that as someone who doesn’t necessarily find games simple to ...
Pros: Extra unlockable content, snooker sub - game
Cons: A very poor game, poor value and poor execution
Excerpt: "Alex rider: storm breaker for DS was a dismal failure, throughout the entire game Alex is only two moves punch and kick. The gameplay is incredibly short; I alongside most decent gamers completed this within an hour. Once you have completed the game your only option is to repeat the last two levels or turn off the game completely lacks depth and only consists of 'beating up the bad guys'. At one point during the game you have to face fifteen ...