Summary: Spartan Total Warrior is a basic hack 'n' slash. A pretty tough one. Problem is every level is the same, the slaughter of umteen Romans and for the odd change Zulu types. The gameplay is frantic as you tackle waves upon waves of relentless enemies, often whilst trying to complete simple objectives. Completing them involves wading into the masses. Fun initially it starts to get repetitive after a while.
Summary: Lots of big, dumb, hack 'n slash fun from the guys who brought you 'Rome: Total War'. Blown out of the water by the 'God of War' franchise, but still a rollicking ride of carnage and destruction. Addictive gameplay, decent graphics and a thumping soundtrack. For this price, you simply can't go wrong.
Summary: At first I read all the reviews and thought "great this game looks to be mindless violence with a little bit of strategy required." I am a fan of the Total (war) series and thought I would see what this is like. First of all I will say that this game is amazingly good for just kicking the crap out of anything you come across. Running into 100 Romans and killing them all is fun, but a bit repetitive after a while.
Summary: Ok this game i bourght thinking it would be along the lines of dynsaty warriors. i was wroung but i enjoyed the game play and also the simple controlls. however the history is out of whack and the english voice overs for the bad guys and when where the spartans american. also poor graphics and repetative combos make this an ok game but not really worth that much play. plus did i mention the british are the bad guys and that annoyed me.
Summary: Spartan Total Warrior has a mixed appeal for me that on one hand slakes my need to cause massive, bloody carnage upon a never ending enemy, and at the same time seems to go on endlessly without ever offering much in the way of choice or diversity from level to level. However if you are indeed a fan of all out bloodshed, then this is the game for you.
Summary: Where to start...the game itself is well crafted, with literally hundreds of opponents on screen at any one time which you can carve your way through. The first few levels are very addictive and the playability appeal is high, but it does start to falter and some levels are just plain horrible in the sense that they are just far too difficult. It appears to me that the creators of this game had an excellent idea that worked in theory, but not as well in practice.
Summary: I have not actually played this game yet and iam deciding wheather to buy it ot not. by looking at advetisement and such, i think that the game looks alot like the Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King game on PS2. i was hoping someone could tell me wheather the two games are similar.many thanks.
Summary: I personally was let down a little by this game. It looked great in the store, nice case, had heard some great things, but then when it came down to it I wasn't as impressed. There were a number of things which I feel let this title down, and although it's quite playable, it's certainly nothing too special.