Summary: Stopped halfway through because of the linearity and button smashing emphasis. Seriously though. You smash a button to defeat enemy A. Then go to enemy B. Then go back to, you got it, a swarm of enemy As. Then.... I want to finish it because I dig GL but it's to monotonous and, honestly, boring.
Summary: A very cool game that is much more fun when played with a friend. It was very repetitive at times, but the game-play was fun and the graphics were good. When playing solo, some areas are very difficult to get in time (before a battery explodes, etc.
Summary: It's OK. A decent movie tie-in game. If you are a die-hard fan of the Green Lantern, you will ove this game. If not, it just feels like a movie tie-in game that the studio farted out hoping to draw in more fanfare dollar. Even at that, the game is much better than the movie was.
Budget title, very linear, short but fun with local co-op
27 July 2011
Summary: I wasn't a fan of the movie at all with Ryan Reynolds. Movie was just plain boring and if it wasn't for the awesome Sinestro, I would have walked out of the theater midway. However, I bought the game solely because my kid is a big fan of Green Lantern and we had a lot of fun playing this game...
Summary: While I give this one 3 stars on its overall merit, I would have to say it is definitely 3.5 (or perhaps 4 or better) in the genre of movie tie-ins, which generally stink. This game does quite a few things right while also leaving quite a bit to be desired.