Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard...was worth it
3 February 2010
Summary: You can pretty much tell if this game is for you by reading the description of it. This is not ment to be one of the elite shooters of the Next Generation consoles. It is ment to be funny and entertaining game. Which it is. You start out fairly normal, fighting your typical bad guys, but before long, you find yourself fighting zombies, space marines, guys with water guns, etc. If that sounds like fun to you, then go ahead and get the game. Its worth it.
Summary: When I heard about Eat Lead, I was excited. It was presented to me, up front, as exactly what it is: an action game with an excellent, well told story bookending the action. No one in marketing lied to me about Eat Lead was going to be, and these days, that gets you a gold star in my book. Regarding the gameplay itself, Eat Lead is a fairly run-of-the-mill third-person cover shooter. Played Gears of War or Uncharted, and you've played this.
Summary: I have been playing video games since before the Atari 2600 and when I first heard about this game, I became very excited. I wasn't expecting much; the game was hard to find, price was ****** and I wasn't very impressed with the studios last game, "Dead Head Fred", but the idea of the video game parodies intrigued me so I made the purchase. I wasn't disappointed.
Summary: When a corporate game creator can't beat the games you play the lead role in, he decides to re-vamp your next game, mid-production; Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard. Eat lead touches base with all of Matt Hazards' previous enemies from his previous games. Between Space Marines and Western Gunslingers, this game packs not only diversity in the enemies you fight, but your weaponry as well.