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: I first bought this game in 2009 and traded it because i got bored with it after a while. But i bought the game again a few months ago and forgot how much fun it really was. For me its really easy and very fun so i can honestly say its replayable. Although the sound kinda sucks and is pretty sticky. The game play is good, and the graphics are great for a wii. So over all I give it an 8 and recommend it for casual gamer.
Summary: ok i had this game when it first came out in 2006 i was 10 years old and i got a few missions into the game i was on like mission 13 and i hated it cuz i didnt get the story at all i loved the gameplay but hated the story well wheni was walking though gamestop the other day i saw it and i picked it up and thoughti may like it again so i got it and a few other games ill do reviews on them to well i started to play not really knowing what to expect im now 16 wait so i...
Summary: Redsteel is no COD, but its worth a shot. The graphics aren't the best, but still the game is pretty good. The guns and the swords are pretty fun and its always a blast to blow stuff up. Pretty fun game, I guess.
Summary: This game is pretty good not call of duty good but good. A little shorter then I would have liked iit to be and sometimes a little rediculos. some enemies you shoot once and the die but a few you have to stand right in front of and empty 2 magazines from an uzi on him. A little easy and in my opionon the right amount of easy to where you don't get bored but you don't get frustrated because it is to hard.
Summary: I just bought it a few hours ago and I have to admit that overall i'm impressed. The good points to Red Steel are a very good story line, good voice acting, small touches with the sound are great. For example, when you reload a weapon, you hear it reloading through the controller speaker. I thought that was a nice touch. If this game has a downside, it's the graphics. Even for the Wii, they are pretty bad.
Summary: This is a bery good Wii game unlike what people say. I feel like most people expect too much out of it and give it bad ratings. The good things about this game is that it had cool controls for the guns. Plus the guns ine the game are based on real guns, so its not cheesy made up nerd-like guns. How ever some of them are not realistic. Cause I shouldnt be able to snipe out my enemies with a shotgun.
Summary: I thought Red Steel was a pretty good game. The only thing I would've touched up on was the sword fighting though, I wanted it to be realistic, but it was still fun to hack people apart (not literally). The challenge of this game was good, the AI arn't completely stupid and will kill you. The graphics were good for the Wii. I thought the storyline was great, it was intresting, and kept turning every few levels.
Summary: This is a great game but falls short overall. The only thing is that you have to be very subtle with the shooting parts and very obvious with the sword parts. The game is lengthy (with about 45 minutes a level and 8 or 9 levels) and the story is good. The graphics are pretty good too but in some parts are look as bad as PS2. But the graphics aren't the important part because it's using the remote to shoot that's fun.