Summary: I realize there's a few dumb jumping glitch in this game. your reflexes has to be lightning quick to really enjoy the game. it gets old real quick too, not much of gameplay variety. And i swear to god, those pistols makes the most irritating sounds. all you hear is BANG BANG BANG BANG BANG etc.
Summary: Yes, the whole 35 mm camera scratching, graphics and audio give it what has been called that “Quentin Tarantino” or grindhouse movie feel. Don’t expect MGS 4 or Gears of War graphics. That’s not bad, as it is a refreshing feel. Run, jump, wall walk, shoot, and hack with your sword… you pretty have the whole game right there. Oh yeah, add in a little Max Payne bullet time too. It’s a game with squirrelly controls and a camera that works against you.
Summary: At first look, Wet has so much promise that it sells you on it's appearance and content. the new level of gameplay and its brutal style, Wet is a blast to slide across the ground - much like a rockstar - then gun someone down, or jump through the air in slow-mo and shoot someone down. A Tarintino style of cinema, it brings a much needed theme to the title and genre. Wet has a cast of familiar faces, such as Eliza Dushku as Ruby, it's starlette of the show.
WET (PS3): Wet, a combination of shooting and acrobatics
9 April 2012
Summary: WET is a third person shooter game, where shooting with a pistol, the use of a sword and acrobatics come together. The game is divided into several chapters that are regularly interrupted for a movie. Usually the movie shows what's coming up next. Thus there is a kind of story in the game. The game begins with a movie. Rubi is on a building and looks down at a deal between a Western man (with a briefcase) and an Asian (who wants to have the briefcase).
Excerpt: "WET is a third person shooter game, where shooting with a pistol, the use of a sword and acrobatics come together. The game is divided into several chapters that are regularly interrupted for a movie. Usually the movie shows what's coming up next. Thus there is a kind of story in the game. The game begins with a movie. Rubi is on a building and looks down at a deal between a Western man (with a briefcase) and an Asian (who wants to ...
Summary: WET for the PS3 sees a combination of sword and gunplay and brings memories of the Killbill movie franchise to gaming. The protagonist, voiced by Eliza Dushku, will vault, wall run and slide her way through levels whilst shooting constantly making this a high energy, fun game for the system. Graphically the game is not great but the grindhouse style makes up for that and you could easily imagine this being a Tarantino interactive movie.
Summary: Although the storyline doesn't flow clearly, the action is pretty full on for
those that love shoot 'em ups. The slow motion combat style gives attacking your
enemy more finesse, so to speak. It drips a Tarantino style in
it's culture. If you love hot angry femme fatales you'll love Rubi Malone. This chic takes
the female roles in game play to a more male dominated level. Move over Lara
Rubi could be more bite for your bullet.
Excerpt: Started off alright - the mechanics were quite good and I liked the Grindhouse cinema feel to the vsuals, storyline and the sound - but after an hour the game became VERY repetative and even the thrill of running across walls and sliding across floors while shooting in Slow Motion wore off - leaving quite an empty experience.