As good as any other top fighter, just nicer graphics.
Brandon Wells, Amazon
8 August 2006
Summary: DOA ultimate is a good fighter. It is probably third when compared to its contemporaries, Soul Calibur II and Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution. I personally feel that including DOA 1 was useless, but some people like it. If you are a fighter nut and have never tried DOA I'd say get it. All you need to remember is as soon as you open it go to the place in the manual about the counter system, and learn it well. It is the key to success.
Summary: Let me get one thing clear before i start,I only gave the game a 4 because I'm sick of Tecmo not putting these games in english.When you're reading subs you're missing the action in the game.Even the characters from the U.S. speak japanese.One of the main reasons why I like DOA2 on PS2 was because the character voice acting was great and it added personality to the characters.Other than that, the game is perfect.The graphics are even better than DOA3, but don't look for...
Conclusion: lets get this straight dead or alive is much much better than tekken.it's faster has better grapics and it's more polised.dead or alive 1 is not very good should not have put in.overall its a really good fighting game oh and if you have live it is really good online.
Conclusion: I admit I had high hopes about this game. It was supposed to be a tactical and strategic shooter set about fourty years in the future. That's what it is, really, but I was outlining it as Halo homage, something to do if ever I got fed up of Halo 2 [which still hasn't happened] And Project Snowblind is miles away from hitting the ominous target of a game that is Halo, but it comes miles ahead of most other attempts. Want some quick and easy comparisons?
Conclusion: A very good and fun game to play and the controls (not vehicles) are almost as good as Halo. However I found the difficulty to easy as you can easily avoid and recover health, there are save stations everywhere, and you can over power most opposition you come across. It is by far one of the best games I played so far, but it needs to have more levels and possibly a higher difficulty.
Conclusion: not sure why they bother giving you the original version of DOA with this but the latest version is great. a simple beat 'em up perfect for some fun after a night out. its simple to get into (not overcomplicated like Mortal Kombat) and has great effects and sounds.
Summary: I have not exactly played a lot of fighting games. In fact, ever since they took the Mortal Kombat 2 machine out of the video rental place, I haven't really seen that much of the fighting game. But here goes: I have to say this game was pretty good. There were good characters, great backgrounds, interesting moves and that colorful sheen that Team Ninja casts upon its games. The story was a bit iffy, in my opinion.
Conclusion: This is my first review so bear with me. Unlike most of the games I get, I bought this one because of the art and the cool weapons you got to use. Not very deep thinking there but I really was wanting a fun FPS for a change. Also, I guess it's my Star Wars geek in me, but I really dig sci-fi games. I's like dreamland to me. You have all these cool vehicles and weapons and hovering things and stuff. I get my geek on when I hear about a cool sci-fi game.
Conclusion: I've played some good and bad Spider-Man games over the years (my favorite is Maximum Carnage on Sega Genesis), and the latest one, Spider-Man 2, is pretty good. I'd rather play a Spidey game based on the 90's cartoon or the comics, but this one isn't too bad. The best part about the game is just swinging around and performing all of his stunts.
Conclusion: I must say that this game appears to me at least to be a very big ripoff of Red Faction 2. The characters and even some of the weapons seem to share similarities with those in Red Faction 2. These games are similar by visual aspects but when it comes down to gameplay Project Snowblind is an exercise in mediocrity.