MTV Celebrity Deathmatch (PS2): "Celebrity" Deathmatch
21 May 2008
Summary: I bought this game without really researching into it, I went on the internet and saw that a show I found to be quite funny was making a game, since it was only £15 on release, I thought it was a bargin. It was only this way because the game was just crap. It was developed by Big Ape Productions for release in 2003. This game is based on the MTV series in which various A-listers are re-created into clay figured which fight against eachother.
Pros: A few famous faces
Cons: Poor graphics. Poor impressionists. Can be completed in under a week.
Excerpt: "...to use this mode, a celebrity a thought to create first was Michael Jackson, this didn't even work becasue the name bar didn't fit his whole name in, so I decided to change it to "Wacko Jacko" and this didn't even fit. With a name as short as this not being able to be made, whose name can you put in there. Another thing which makes this game so disadvantaged is that although the controls ae simple, and this would suit younger gamers, you arn't ...
Pros: A few famous faces
Cons: Poor graphics . Poor impressionists . Can be completed in under a week .
Summary: There's NOTHING good I can say about this game. Actually there is one thing, Ron Jeremy has an attack where he turns into a Sonic the Hedgehog sort of creature and does a rolling spin thing, but that's it. All the "celebrities" are sort of b-list joke ones. No GW Bush, No Ozzy, or anyone that would be particularily fun to tear apart (well maybe Busta Ryhmes) as a fighting game, sans the celebrity gimic, it is worse than anything that was out on Super Nintendo.
Summary: This game is a renter only, ONLY if you have rented a good game to go with it. It should have come out years ago and then it might have been funny. The characters are dated, the dialogue is what you have heard from the show and the game play is controlled by the game. After you play each character once, the fun is gone. Just rent DON'T Buy.
Summary: Allgemeines: -------------------------------------------------------------------- Einige unter Euch werden es kennen. Eine brutale Schlägersendung mit Knetfiguren, die Britney Spears, J-LO, Robbie Williams oder auch Shakira darstellen sollen. Ausgestrahlt wird die Sendung bei MTV. Richtig die Rede ist von Celebrity Deathmatch. Da die Serie recht beliebt ist in America, machten sich die Hersteller von Gotham Games daran, um ein Spiel über das Thema zu kreieren.