Reviews and Problems with Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon
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"There he is. Lets, get em"
C. Z. ROMERO, Amazon
23 October 2002
Summary: This is just another bad attempt to try to capture the coolness of Bruce and bring out only the bad. If they couldnt get his face right they shouldve tried to capture the mood, wich is what new games often neglect for the sake of realism. It should have been a role playing game. There have been so many attempts to capture the mood of a good old Bruce movie that it wont probably ever be given the chance to do it the right way again..
Summary: I'll make this short and sweet.The game [lacks], ITs nothing like i expected, the camera view and character movmeent are HORRIBLE, and the fighting is horribly repetetive [like my use of the term "horrible"]. I turned it off after the third level. This game is a perfect example of a game i should have rented before i bought. Unfortunatly i did not take that advice on this game.
Summary: See I'm gonna be honest, the controls were not too bad. But the main thing about it is the gameplay/story line. There is not much of a sensible story to the game and you have to BUY MOVES which is really stupid/unreasonable. Also you just keep fighting about 4 chinese guys every 20 feet and then have ONE guy thats suppose to be the boss that looks just like the rest (of the other people) they got different clothes/looks and all that but they all look just like everyday...
Summary: I almost bought this game, but instead rented it. One of the best decisions I've made! This game has horrible camera work (no control at all) and the button lay-out is also terrible. Maybe if it was made by a better company that has been making games for awhile it could have been better, but it would require better button layout and control and much better camera work!!
Summary: The sound and the cinematic story are the only part that kept me from giving this game a negative score. The gameplay is boring as can be, due to the repetetive nature of it all. sure you develop/buy new moves, allowing for more moves, but overall, the game is move from section to section and beat up the bad guys.
Summary: I rented this game just to check it out. I expected a poor story and ok fighting gameplay (in other words my expectations were not high). I was still very dissapointed. I can't really comment much on the story or on the game as a whole because after about 10 minutes of punching the A button (or was it the B) I couldn't take it any more and returned the game. The fighting gameplay is incredibly primitive. It's on par with something like Double Dragon from the 80's.
Summary: I enjoyed all of the action fighting scenes. But there is almost no story line to this game. You couldent do anything else but beat people up. Also beating them was almost too easy at times. You can buy upgrades for yourself but it barly made any noticeable difference. If your realy realy loved final fight for snes, even though Bruce Lee isn't half as good as that game you might enjoy it. otherwise I just wouldent suggest it.
Summary: I bought this game the day it was released. I am a big Bruce Lee fan, but this game is a huge disappointment. I have run into so many gliches that it ruins the game. In fact, I am 'playing' right now!!! The last villain of this particular fight scene just doesn't seem to want to come and face the real "DRAGON" (are you listening Mr. "I have the nerve to call myself the dragon" Silverhair?). He is just out of reach although I can see him.