Summary: Repetitive hack-and-slash. Good game if you want to watch a scantily clad female run around and hack monsters. Pretty good graphics and 3D rendering, but the cut-scenes could use a lot of work. Music is pretty good too if you have 5.1 speaker setup.
Summary: This game looks great and the main character is attractive. The game otherwise is hard to follow as I don't know what I am doing or why I am doing it. I just kind of keep slashing and using powers until moving to the next part. I am not sure if I completed some sort of goal or it just moves on when it wants to. I think the most value to this game would be that there must be some women out there cosplaying this costume!
Summary: This game runs good on a lower end system if you turn off some of the extra effects. The graphics are a drag on the system if you are using a system at the lower end of the system requirements. I've got a lower end graphics card and when I dropped some of the high end graphic effects things ran much better. It took me a while to get use to the controls but they work pretty good. Since then it plays really well. Not a bad buy!
Summary: Well, this game gave me what I deserve for 10 dollars. It is a game that is...well, worth the money for a couple hours of try out but I would not recommend it to anybody. 1. The hits are water-like and weak The main purpose of hack and slash game is not HD graphic hot chick but the actual excitement of beating stuff up. This game, compared to Devil May Cry series, feels like I am swinging a pain brush. No 'HIT'. No realism. No excitement. 2.
Summary: This game is alright. When I say alright, I mean the graphics are great, storyline is so-so, but the overall game play is terrible. I am sure it was better on X-Box, but they deffinately left alot of room for improving balance and bug issues, which it will never be looked into since it is such an old game. Over all, I got my money's worth.
Summary: This game is a lot more fun than I thought it might be. It does however force you to battle enemies that respawn so much that they seem endless at times. The control system is easy to use with a mouse and keyboard even though it's obviously designed with Console users in mind.