Reviews and Problems with Conker: Live and Reloaded
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Conker: Live & Reloaded Reader Review - 9.1
Chosen Wannabee, IGN Entertainment
29 May 2007
Conclusion: First, let me just say that I have never played the original Nintendo 64 title and also that what I did not like about this game were these: 1) the frustrating mid-levels 2) the poop jokes that I thought were a bit overboard, considering that the power-ups were “magic chocolate”, and 3) the ending (post credits) of the Bad Fur Day mode was not too funny, especially that most of the game, such the climactic fight scene and the dénouement before the end credits, I found...
Conclusion: This game is just a disapointment to me. The original is tied for my fav game of all time and that is largely the old multi. It was the greatest ever done easily. The fact that they removed it really shows Rare is not the old company it once was. The stuff is okay for a bit but is totally un rounded. Classes don't work well. You go to any game everybody doing at least decent is the same as everyone else doing decent.
Conclusion: This game is one of the best shooting games ive played with a good humour inclued. I would recomend this game to all over the needed age-group, with it's cartoon yet cool graphics, the contol system in good and the career mode is wicked. Also the use of dum-dots to kill and train on and the online gameplay is one of the best i think. It has alot of bad laungauge but i like that aspect in my opinion, but you can judge it for your self.
Conclusion: When I first saw Concker Live and Reloaded I hesitated to buy it. I thought it looked cool but I wasent sure if I would like it. So a couple of days passed then I ended up buying it. The begining was really slow,It was one long cut sceen. After that it was great I love the combat and the story is great. But the best thing about this game is the multiplayer. It is one of the most fun games to play with your friends.
Conclusion: WOW!! Having played the original on N64, I eagerly awaited this games arrival on our beloved black box. Lets just say I was nothing short of amazed. The single-player adventure, Conkers Bad Fur Day, is a masterpeice in every way. Even if you are not a fan of platformers; DO NOT WORRY. This game has so much variety and is so much fun to play that you will be instantly hooked.
Conclusion: Before any three year old kids start, this ain't no cute and cuddly squirrel. Quite the opposite. This Squirrel would blow the kids head off instead of being stroked. Still thats my kinda Squirrel. I bought Conker quite out of the blue. I'd red a review in magazine which said that the game was good. I knew almost nothing of Conker apart from the fact that it was a Violent,swearing and drunk Squirrel. So After watching Conker wake up from his night of drink.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Reader Review - 8.7
brennos, IGN Entertainment
9 September 2005
Conclusion: As a long time Incredible Hulk fan, I have been hoping that I'd one day be able to play a great Hulk video game. After trying the disappointing demo of The Hulk that came out around the same time as the movie, I figured a good Hulk game would probably never materialize. Fortunately, I was wrong. For Hulk fans, Ultimate Destruction does just about everything right. Radical did a surprisingly good in a number of areas. The hulk doesn't look real, but he looks good.
Conclusion: When I bought this game I was completely new to the world of Conker. I'd had my eye on Live & Reloaded for a while but I'd never played Bad Fur Day. From the moment I put that disk in and picked up the controller I went through stages of having my jaw on the floor due to the awesoms visuals (it has been called the best looking game on the system and if anything that's an understatement!
Conclusion: "Eat lead mother buzzer"... I still remember that quote and the game is full of them... The characters are humorous and fun (especially the grim reaper) and tie in very well to the general atmosphere of the game... so while the single player adventure is a cute looking swearing laugh a minute affair the multiplayer takes the single player game, puts it under a steamroller, then through a blender and hands it back to you in a pile of blood, violence and completely insane...
Conclusion: Multiplayer Goodness !!!!!!! I recently purchased Conker " Live and Reloaded" for the live aspect of the game, and let me say I am very very pleased. Now before I go on let me state that the controls do take a little getting used to, but after that its all gravy. Massive explosions, mayhem, and squirrel guts are a plenty. Lag? what lag. Smooth gameplay, outrageous graphic and stellar sound draws you in.