Poorly designed, needed more time on the planning table
12 July 2005
Summary: I wanted to like this game, as the movie is one of my all-time favorites, but no matter how I tried, I just couldn't honestly say this game is good. It's rather awful, namely due to the horrible camera angles/controls, which are severely limited and serve more to frustrate than help, especially when...
Summary: This game was ok but it could be better like the martal arts theme. It should be a little more like the enter the matrix fight controlls, execpt more moves. Also the jumping float should go diagnal foreward so it can get as close to as much distance a the movie (building to build at least.
Summary: I have played a LOT of games.. so needless to say I have played my fair share of bad ones and this one takes the cake, as far back as my memory serves me anyway. As usual, the commercial license makes it feel cheap..
Summary: I usually steer clear of movie tie-in titles because they always seem second rate at best. However I am such a fan of CTHD that I couldn't resist buying it. I shouldn't have. Apparently they spent a long time developing this title. I wonder how they spent their time? Its completely half baked.
Summary: This really is a cool game. Travelling through the different parts of the movie you fight against other characters by either weapon or martial arts. Although the camera angles can be a bit annoying sometimes, the game itself is fantastic.
Summary: Crouching Tiger has been eagerly awaited, and the wait is well worth it. The graphics are excellent, and the unique game controls, make for exciting fight scenes. Use all manner of weapons, or just your superb hand-to-hand skills to beat up numerous bad guys.