Reviews and Problems with Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death
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Ol' Stoneyface Kicks Vampire Butt
Gusta "'obliterator'", amazon.co.uk
8 January 2004
Summary: Suspicious. That's the best way to describe how I felt when I picked the plastic case up off the shelf in Game. Months late, and released at a price of £30 (£10 less that most other 'AAA' Cube releases), I must admit to thinking that Dredd vs. Death would be unpolished, half-baked, in short, a disappointment.
Summary: i was suprised when i got this game, i thought it may be poor when compard with the likes of halo and time splitters 2. Not only does it match them it beats them. Both in the story mode and in the multiplayer.
Summary: I was really disapointed - with the front cover! But rest assured that this is one of the greatest games... ever. It is just so brilliant - it rivals Metroid Prime and sweeps the floor with HALO - and why? I love both those games (HALO & METROID) they're fantastic. But this is just such a good game - the videos are wonderful, the city detailed and the world around you clean. It's great. REVIEW OVER.
Summary: The cube versions looks like it'll be out later than the other versions, but the versions I saw at the recent trade show looked wicked! Well worth the wait. The AI is fantastic, I'm glad to see they fixed that up completely from the demo. The gameplay is flawless and it's really fun being Dredd.
Summary: Judge Dredd is the toughest, meanest, most violent policeman ever. So naturally his game involves a wide variety of criminals to sort out and guns to do it with. In the game you play as Judge Dredd, a leading policeman in the futuristic city Mega City One. It is based on the 2000AD comics and the game is a beautiful recreation of Mega City One and its charachters.