Summary: The Good: I enjoyed the combat with all the combos and different weapon choices. I liked the story definitely unique. I was able to beat it on the normal difficulty with only some minor hardships. The dialog between your characters is quite funny at times because it is suppose to be. Your AI companion is pretty durable so you only have to worry about yourself most of the time. The Bad: Graphics are not fantastic, but passable.
Summary: I love this game! Combat is realistic and very cool, also gory. There is none of this dodging and rolling in 100+ pounds of armor (like in Dead Souls). No, the combat is GREAT. Even your footsteps are heavy. Graphics are decent. I do not know why others have a problem with this game. The voice acting is also decent. I liked the music as well. This game also has quick time events. However, they are fairly easy. I normally do not like QTE's but these were fun.
Summary: Initially, I found myself getting excited about The Cursed Crusade. For a damn change, it's set in a time period (The Crusades) that is not World War II, World War III, Fantasy land, or 2000 years into the future. The combat seemed interesting, as your character can handle a wide variety of weapons (swords, axes, maces, shields, etc), either single- or double-handedly, each with their own sets of combo moves, and the finishing animations seemed cool and well-acted.
Summary: I thought this was going to be scary!!!!! The cover is obviously suposed to imply that this is a scary horror game but its not. It does got a sweet looking cover tho and its way better then anything I used to draw when I was living in my parents basement (the 1st time). But the only thing scary about this is the awful voice acting. Sad Face times a million plus 1!!!!