Summary: CONAN! Too bad there is icky platforming in this game. That is the only negative for this older title. Would have wished for more monsters instead of mundane soldiers. 3.6 overall. Oh, is too old for trophies fyi.
Summary: Yes, it's obvious to anyone who even glances at gameplay of this game, it's a blatant GoW clone. But that's ok. It's the perfect fit for a Conan game. I feel this fact might have made this game get a bit overlooked. It's not a perfect game, or an overlooked masterpiece. However, if you're even mildly into Conan you can't go wrong here. It's a lot of fun, has a nice difficulty level, fun gameplay and absolutely captures the essence of Conan the Barbarian.
Summary: I am a very big fan of fantasy games, films and novels. As you can guess Conan is one of my all time favorite characters. As soon as I found out about this game I had to play it, I was not disappointed. This game delivered all the classic things you would expect from Conan the Barbarian. Fighting, castles, magic, amazing scenery, and who can miss the half naked vixens Conan saves throughout the game.
Summary: I enjoyed this game. Fun to play & replay(at least once). Very similar to God of War. The gore & the violence are killer. What would you expect? It's Conan. My only complaint is that, as much as I love Ron Perlman, I found his voice was so recognizable to me that every time there was a bit of dialog I'd think, "Hellboy?
Summary: Conan The Barbarian game is filled with action from beginning to end. The fighting scenes are awesome and the finishing moves that Conan can do on his enemy are awesome as well! The game could have had better details and graphics but that would have to be done on the sequel game to this.
Summary: Along the likes of God of War or Dante's Inferno. Endless, mindless slashing of enemies. Sort of boring after a while. Last boss is retardedly hard and will piss you off. I would pay no more than 10-12 dollars for this game.
Summary: Fun game to play if you're into Hack'n'slash. Not appropriate for children under 13 though. The game doesn't follow the Conan mythos very closely but it does still give a nice example of the Hyborian Age. The game is very similar to God of War and as long as you're not looking for something amazingly different or new it is mindless entertainment.
Summary: How lucky are we, that 26 years after the original Conan movie, this game was made for our next gen systems. Not only are the graphics better than anything possible in 1982, but our contemporary acceptability of violence and nudity in video games, keeps this game true to the style and flavor of the Conan series. The graphics aren't incredible for a next gen system, but the game play makes up for it.