Reviews and Problems with Conker: Live and Reloaded
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The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: Vivendi Universal Games and Radical left no stone unturned in their pursuit to make a Hulk game far superior than their original, movie-based offering. You will be hard-pressed to find a more “complete” game than The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction , and by complete I mean that there are few...
Conclusion: There are certain activities which simply don’t convert well into videogames and collectible card trading is one of them. When you think about it even driving games on the Xbox don’t offer the greatest simulation of actual driving.
Conclusion: A cohesive narrative (complete with cutscenes) gives the multiplayer aspects a much more significant feel than traditional multiplayer modes, and even if you’re not the type to go online, you can play the missions in a solo mode or in split-screen co-op or versus.
Excerpt: When Conker’s Bad Fur Day was released on the Nintendo 64 it caused quite a stir. Not only was it quite a departure from what developer Rare created, but it was a “Mature” Rated title, which was a rare occurrence on the Nintendo 64. Conker took its “M” rating and ran with it.
Conclusion: Rare has finally delivered the goods this time around, although Conker: Live and Reloaded still won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. The single-player Bad Fur Day is platforming genius, although it still slightly suffers from a few of the same issues that plagued it on the N64.
Excerpt: This game will offend you. I'm a pretty open person and I found a good bit of this game hard to stomach. The humor is distinctly potty in nature, almost to the point of overkill. However, there's more to this game than scatological jokes. Conker: Live & Reloaded has two distinct portions.
Excerpt: If ever there was a game that played just as you'd imagine it's The Incredible Hulk Ultimate Destruction. The Incredible Hulk is known for his amazing strength and the ability to let nothing stand in his way, and the game just about delivers on all fronts.
Summary: Conker: Live and Reloaded is an excellent game. The game includes two well-built modes, with Bad Fur Day being entirely recreated to include the classic story, but with itâ€™s own additions and vastly upgraded visuals.
Excerpt: Before we get started, let me say one thing: it was not by design that I review three Rare games in a row. Here at GameCritics, we sort of pick and choose what we cover, but there are a number of varying factors that determine whether or not one actually gets to review a certain title or not.
Summary: Conker Live & Reloaded should be enough for the hardcore Rareware fans to put in their collection and play, it is definitely at least worth renting for everyone else, but I wouldn’t recommend this game to everyone.