Reviews and Problems with Brave: A Warrior's Tale
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Brave: The Video Game
15 July 2012
Conclusion: Brave, though a game based on a movie IP, doesn't follow the horrible trend we have seen for the past decade. Like I said earlier, this is an enjoyable experience for all ages. For those who enjoyed the movie and looking for a bit more to hold them over until the DVD and blu-ray release, I recommend...
Excerpt: You can tell that Brave: A Warrior's Tale has aspirations to be a pretty game, but the execution falls pretty far from that. Characters are blocky and look as if they've had a few too many bee stings to the face. Environments are often a boring, blocky expanse of the same texture and color.
Conclusion: SouthPeak is asking about $30 at retail for Brave: A Warrior's Tale, and though that's a substantial savings from your average Wii release, it's still about $20 too much. There's a solid adventure here, one that will offer hours of playtime, but it's far from up to snuff for this generation of...
Excerpt: Platforming action video games have been around since the dawn of gaming way back in the proverbial day. Just about every developer in the world has made an attempt to create a new game of this age-old genre. Many have tried, many have failed and despite that, the genre is far from dead.
Excerpt: Pulling from the mythologies of the Native Americans, Brave: A Warrior’s Tale tells the story of Brave through a series of flashbacks and then through Courage, the young warrior set to take up Brave’s position as village hero.
Excerpt: Brave: A Warrior’s Tale is the sequel to a similarly titled game on the Playstation 2. If this latest iteration of the series is any indicator, they probably should have quit with the first one while they were ahead.
Excerpt: Brave: A Warrior’s Tale is virtually devoid of any contemporary “call to action” marketing rigmarole; there’s nary a household name to tout between the titular character, developer and publisher; no big gameplay innovation or concept to speak of; no tangible violence; no celebrity voiceovers; no...