Excerpt: Deadliest Warrior has caused quite a stir in the office this past week. Perhaps you read our review of it, or maybe you watched two of the VideoGamer.com team bashing each other's brains to pieces in our Extended Play feature.
Excerpt: The anticipated Tournament of Legends has arrived on the Nintendo Wii that offers owners of this console, a not so standard fighter... more specifically a weapon's figher. As opposed to the Street Fighter, Tournament of Legends takes a different tact with the story and takes the player back to...
Summary: Tournaments of Legends is obviously meant to recapture the glory days of Sega fighters like Eternal Champions . Unfortunately it instead recaptures the horror of Acclaim fighters like Battle Monsters or Ravenloft: Iron and Blood .
Frantic mythological fighting game with moderate violence.
Common Sense Media
7 October 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that despite the inclusion of various world mythological figures, Tournament of Legends is a modern-style fighting game in which those classical characters use contemporary speech. It is violent, though not excessively bloody. It features scantily clad women warriors.
Excerpt: I'll be the first to admit that fighting games aren't my usual cup of tea. I'm generally not gifted when it comes to the twitch reflexes and intricate input commands that are so crucial in the one-on-one fighting genre.
Summary: The Wii is well known for a few of its high-profile fighting games, but otherwise the console isn’t exactly a haven for the genre. Everybody knows about Smash Bros, which is an unorthodox fighting game at best, and just this year we got the fantastic Tatsunoko vs.