Conclusion: the controls are unreponsive the only good thing bout this game are the graphics the graphics are amazing but this game has nothing going for it all the modes are the same ,story mode is just a load of fighting with cut scenes
Excerpt: Will there ever be a movie-based game that's a success? I think not. Fight Club is a dreadful game in all aspects. Firstly, the characters look slightly similar to those in the film but when you actually look at their faces you will realise that no effort whatsoever has been put into them. Poor textures, horrible lighting and wait for it... bad framerate!
Summary: The fighting in this game is good as you can break bones and fair bit of blood is spilled but the story mode is over quite quickly, it goes through the storyline just as the film but once completed (which to be fair doesn't take long) there isn't much else worth doing. I'm not the greatest at games but as I completed this game in one night I cannot say its the best game.
Excerpt: I am a big fan of the film Fight Club - I can watch it on a loop for days on end without getting sick of it and wasn't aware that they had released a X-Box game based around the film - that was until I found a second hand copy in Game for £12.99. Having no other beat em up games for the X-Box and my love for the film it took no hesitation on my part to run tot he cash register to part with my hard earned money.
Excerpt: "...big fan of the film Fight Club - I can watch it on a loop for days on end without getting sick of it and wasn't aware that they had released a X-Box game based around the film - that was until I found a second hand copy in Game for £12.99. Having no other beat em up games for the X-Box and my love for the film it took no hesitation on my part to run tot he cash register to part with my hard earned money. In a nutshell, if you love the film ...
Pros: one or two in game gimmicks - nothing else
Cons: dull graphics - poor sound effects - no real gameplay - lack of fight moves - too easy to complete
Summary: Fight Club has brilliant graphics. The blood effects are very good as you see burst noses, blood and bruises on fighters faces and even swollen eyes. At the end of a match you can do a bonebreaking move where you can do things like snap a guys leg or arm in half. This is the highlight of the game. The fighting feels a little sluggish at times and it wouldnt hurt to put more things to unlock and moves but they're is still a decent amount.
Excerpt: "...fights his way deeper within Fight Club, he will learn more details about the story and Tyler Durden while traveling from city to city and meeting various people along the way. While the story does try to formulate itself after the overall story of the film, the game's plot feels more hurried and slapped together than it's worth. The biggest problem I had with the game's story mode is the use of rendered stills that act more like a comic book style ...
Excerpt: "...The scenarios of where the fight takes place are mainly in dull places such as a parking lot, basement, subway and some more places. In this game you make up your own boxer and after each fight you could update your fighter's statistics as this was the only advantage in the game. You mainly have to fight dirty in the game as you can do a head-butt and break opponents bone was disgusting. ...