Summary: I actually played Red Steel 2 before playing this one so that might not have been a good idea. Although, the controls were so bad on this game, that I didn't even bother to finish it. It looks pretty cool, but if it's so uncontrollable that you cannot enjoy it, what's the purpose of playing it then. I wouldn't even bother with this one and just play Red Steel 2 instead. There is no connection between the two games, and RS2 is VERY cool!! Blows this game away!!
Summary: When I received the game I was expecting a used copy. I have received a brand new copy that was still in the original plastic wrap around the case. This by far has made me a very happy customer.
Summary: I've been playing Red Steel on-and-off for the past 2 years now and still haven't finished the game (I'm about 45% done). This is, hands down, the longest-lasting video game ever. I feel like I've grown old playing this game., seriously. Anyway, this game has jerky controls, but the gameplay (especially the sword fighting) truly tests your patience and skill. Red Steel 1 is worth playing (let me know when you finish in a couple years).
Summary: This game looks fine for a Wii game but still looks bad. It also seems unfinished due to still cut scenes and strange level completion screens. The controls are hard to get used to and are very inaccurate and jumpy. It makes it very hard to hit enemies because you just can't get the cursor right on them it always seems you aim just to the left or right of them. So they run around and you waste a lot of bullets chasing them and you die a lot as a result.
Summary: First of all, this is great game! The graphics aren't bad and the controls are good (You can also change the fire button from B to A). The cool part of the game (what I think) is that Ubisoft somehow took the Unreal 2.5 engine and used it with Physx (same physics that Nvidia owns). The game is about some people take away your girlfriend and eventually you get involved with gang stuff and you go make some of the top people go on your side.