Reviews and Problems with Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard
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Bubble Gum Shooter
gus-man "Play nice.", Amazon
1 March 2011
Summary: This game is a bargain bin item and it plays like one: the graphics are OK, the gameplay is average, the story is so-so and the music score is typical. But the main character quips and comments humorously in spades, and the sound effects seem pretty good. Just don't expect anything much from this title beyond some genuinely average videogame entertainment.
Summary: That is an old game with old plataform and old technology. The graphics are average but never like PS2 like some other games. If you wanna play something interesting, do not buy it. If you already know the game you you are crazy enought, go ahead.
Summary: The game itself is a generic shooter and the controls don't feel nearly as tight as gears of war or uncharted and not to mention every gun feels like you're shooting a pea shooter. There is no sense of realism with any of the guns. The game does have a great sense of humor and at time hilarious and using a water gun in firefights is pretty funny.
Summary: Buying this game I expected it to be bad but in reality it really wasn't that bad at all. Aside from bad controls and gameplay its a decent game that pokes fun at a made up videogame hero Matt Hazard whose used to be huge during his early years but after a string of bad videogames by his developer Marathon Megasoft he is back to return to his gaming glory.
Matt Hazard Wastes A Fantastic Premise On Flawed Design
Phil Kollar, Game Informer
30 September 2009
Summary: D3 totally pulled me in with their marketing campaign for Eat Lead. For those who don't remember, back in 2008, the publisher began a viral marketing campaign for “The Return of Matt Hazard,” a made-up action game hero whose made-up franchise they were resurrecting. But D3 didn’t just come up with a cute concept and leave it at that.
Summary: Yeah, the jokes are funny if your really into games, since the 90s. Game play is generic. Third person shooter with no auto-lock(sucks for you if you need it). Sucks is that it only lets you have one save slot. Also sucks that your playing it tight areas and the third person aspect gets in the way. Could've been more interesting if they had a bigger budgets and more creativity in their gameplay. Doesn't seem like a sequel is going to happen. Rent it.
Summary: Average run and gun video game. I expected more from this series considering the hype. Graphics and gameplay are decent though, which is always a plus. Just felt like the plot/storyline was weak and the missions were similar. There are a bunch of shooter games on the market, this is basically a rental in my opinion. Only a buy if you're looking for a cheap pick me up.
Summary: The game is a resounding ...Meh...while the game play is rather good, the comedy that we had hoped for in the game is not well delivered at all. I mainly recommend this game for those who want to play something that at least is slightly funny and don't mind some of the bad design choices.
Summary: Ok, when you play it you got to get the feel for the game like Hitman, it plays and controls just like it. The comedy is in the game, so you get to laugh a bit. I don't really care for it because you play it and its like okay where is the rest of it. You get the commercials but people I'm going to tell you to get the demo if you can.
Summary: Eat Lead is one of the rare post-modern videogames, in that, like the GTA and Metal Gear Solid games, it full makes you aware that you're playing a video game, and parodies this to a hilarious end. It is far from perfect, but it's also rather clever and quite entertaining. The premise is a scathing spoof of the brainlessly action-orientated games out there, like Wolfenstein and Doom, depicting you as Matt Hazard, a retired video game character who drove his own series...