Butch Lenarduzzi "Conan of Cimmeria", amazon.co.uk
24 November 2006
Summary: having recieved this game as a gift I was mostly pleased being a huge fan of both the movies and comics.the story mode was ok although after awhile I did get a bit bored and eventually stopped playing.The best part for myself and my mates was the arena battles one on one or "body count"After a stressful day It was very entertaining to play bodycount which pits your chosen warrior against limitless foes(that progressively increase).being as it is a 10 minute timer,none of...
Summary: This is a fun game. The controls take a little getting used to, but once you've adjusted, it's fine. I've been playing for about 3 or 4 hours, and it's challenging, the combos work rather well, production values are high, and the enemies are varied enough to keep even a (gasp!) non-fan interested. I have a couple of gripes, though. Why, when I change the camera angle, does it not affect where Conan's going?
Summary: First, I have to say I'm a huge fan of Robert E Howards Conan books and assuch I had high hopes for Conan the game. R.Howards world is a superbsetting for any game and has great characters and stories to drawfrom. This game has done well for its use of the different races andplaces in Howards books.
Summary: First of all you dont have to watch the movie Conan to understand what this game is about. I recieved this game and was really amazed at how much there is to do in the game. The game is a hack and slash/action game based on Conan the Barbarian. The game so far as I have not yet finished it, is amazing as the puzzles are quite challenging as well as boss fights.