Conclusion: In all honestly, Ghost Rider isn’t that bad. It would be cruel to say that there haven’t been worse attempts than this, and there’s always a lingering feeling that this might not actually be that bad a game if it wasn’t so painfully easy, clocking in at about five meagre hours of tiresome, repetition.
Summary: Forgettable doesn't begin to describe this game. A game based on Ghost Rider deserves more than slapping together a derivative beat-'em-up with a flaming-skulled biker as its key character. This game is
in name only and stands as the grossest example of wasted potential. While Ghost Rider may avenge the blood of the innocent, the only thing I can offer to avenge the loss of cash from even renting this disc-full-of-boredom is the advice to avoid it at all costs.
Summary: Ghost Rider offers a unique combination of high impact combat and motorcycle action. Johnny Blaze is Ghost Rider, destined to haunt America’s highways, visiting his righteous wrath upon the souls of the wicked and the damned.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: This is everything that is wrong with film licences - nay, everything that is wrong with games as a whole. Derived from two of the greatest examples of the genre, you would expect Ghost Rider to at least be a bit fun. Well it isn't. Poorly implemented, boring, drab and uninspired: Blaze needs to Ghost Ride his whip all the way to the bin.
Conclusion: Infelizmente esse jogo não é o que os fãs da série poderiam estar buscando. O combate é repetitivo e frustrante, até o roteiro é dispensável. Se mesmo assim você realmente for corajoso o suficiente para encarar esse game, não se preocupe, não vai durar mais que uma tarde, é bem curto. Quer realmente jogar essa pérola, pelo menos alugue para não desperdiçar seu dinheiro.