Reviews and Problems with Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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Buffy frustrates vampires and gamers
20 June 2013
Summary: Licensed games are very rarely any good, especially those based off of TV shows. This leaves Buffy in a precarious situation. On one hand, fans of the show will be curious, but on the other hand non-fans will be suspicious of its quality.
Summary: I received this in the mail today. To say that this product is used is an understatement. I was so pleasantly surprised by the condition of the disk, package and manual! I saved $20 by buying used instead of new, and the only difference was the lack of plastic wrap. I am very pleased! I'm 17.
Summary: It should be noted that Buffy The Vampire Slayer, the game based on the wildly successful TV series of the same name, is definitely not a hack-and-slash. Simply mashing buttons won't get you very far in the game, and you won't want to be mashing buttons.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the Buffy TV show, so when I heard that a videogame based on the show was coming out, I had to get it. For the most part Buffy is a great action videogame. The combat and fighting portions of the game are clearly it's best strength.
Summary: (I am an average gamer so keep that in mind when reading this review.) For Buffy fans this game is a MUST, but for gamers in general it is above average with great hack and slash satisfaction. The graphics are impressive and the characters are developed well.
Summary: Whether or not you are a fan of the show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" you will enjoy playing this game. The graphics are beautiful and the action is great. The dialogue and plot are both creepy and funny at the same time just like the show.
Summary: Buffy is an amazing action oozing filled romp with stunning visuals (4 out of 5), one of the best fighting engines I've ever seen (4 out of 5), top notch sound design (4 out of 5) and a character (Buffy) that's so incredibly adorable you can't help but fall in love with (5 out of 5).
Summary: My Fiancee purchased this game for herself, and I wasn't interested in it. After watching her play for about 15 minutes I started wanting to play it myself. the graphics are pretty good. The game play is very fun minus the usual camera angle problems associated with all third person games.
Summary: Electronic Arts shows us what a TV or movie franchise game could be and should be. From the opening credits to the voice acting performances, playing Buffy the Vampire Slayer is just like being put in control of a good episode of a great TV show.