Summary: The worker at GameStop recommended this game over Sopranos and Transformers(I haven't played either). This game is a mix of very easy and non-engaging. The entire game you are given instruction after instruction about 5 seconds apart. It feels as though the game keeps telling you, "run forward", "follow Warchief" over and over. The game for me became boring after about 20 minutes. I was anticipating some further action to take place, but never got to it.
well let's see... it's a rockstar game.. yep, it's a rockstar game.
David Smith, Amazon
20 April 2007
Summary: how many games have rockstar made? i don't know, but it seems like it never ends. the godfather, grand theft auto, bully... all the same damn game with different graphics and different stories. the warriors mixes it up *a little* by focusing on the close melee combat. unfortunately, the melee combat isn't nearly as fun when you're playing it as it looks in those screenshots.
Summary: I think the whole idea of The Warriors with vests and funny afros, bandanas, baseball uniforms... is just silly. Warlord looks like one of those guys who throws a towel over his head because he's gonna do yard work. Add all this to an imaginary world of gangsters who don't use guns and you have a very silly beatem up game. I have trouble distinguishing the difference between this and State of Emergency.
Summary: I read all the rave reviews, I saw the screenshots and to top it all off it was by Rockstar. So the recipe look tantalising, the game looked good and given that I loved GTA:San Andreas - I wasnt going to go wrong. WRONG!!!! Its an average game, very much in the Double Dragon mould (if any of you remember that from the 80's!). Its not really addictive, or challenging, or even visually very good.