Excerpt: When I first loaded up Spartan: Total Warrior, I felt that although fairly average, it was a good game to play to take a break from the more serious games out there. However, as time went on, everything became very stale and bland and there simply was not enough to make me want to keep playing.
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.
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.
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.
Excerpt: This game sees you battling the Roman Empire on behalf of the Spartans and for some reason your character has no name other than Spartan. In the game you are tasked with getting vengeance for the God of War Aries against the Roman invaders and if successful you will receive the favour of the Gods.
Excerpt: Game Info Genre = Action Adventure Developer = Creative Assembly Publisher = Sega Players = 1 Player Online = No Age = 15+ Memory Usage = 175KB Minimum Released = 7 October 2005 --------------------------------------------------------------- ==HISTORY== Creative Assembly was created by Tim Ansell in...
Pros: Get action sword fighting game, lots of fun and fast gameplay .
Cons: No 2 player modes, a bit of hack and slash gameplay (but with skill) .
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.
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...