Summary: This game suffers from one of the most rushed schedule I have read about in a while and it still manages to make a new and fun action game that has two funny together characters and a decent to very good storyline depending completely on taste (I lean hard at the vary good side). The combat system is the real gem of this game completely making your choice of weapons a reality (sadly not all types of weapons are in all chapters).
Summary: First off this game really sucks, voice acting is horrid, the story and plot leave little to desire, its nothing fantastic and it leaves you on a cliff hanger with no resolution. The battle system can become a real nuesuence some times beacuse its a bit shaky here and there, good is that satisfactory for a good legitimate review? GOOD!! Now my rant: THIS GAME CAN GO TO ***! I never want to play this game again.
Summary: While this game may not be a technical masterpiece in terms of graphics or sound, it is a nice game with good gameplay (the most important thing in video games in spite what some people may think). I mean with polish graphics this game could've competed with games in it's genre. Sure the first couple of stages may throw you off, but the game continues to pick up throughout the campaign.
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.