Summary: I cannot recommend this game to anybody (unless I want to see that person throw a fit). The only thing this game has going for it is its visuals. That's why I gave it a 2 instead of 1. The music is lousy and was so repetitive I had to turn the music volume way down just to keep from getting a headache. The story is as wierd as any other Japaneese anime of late.
Summary: Originally slated by Sega for release on the Dreamcast (and to have used a controller in conjunction with a light gun!), GunValkyrie is the type of game that is becoming rare these days: a skill-based, challenging, unique experience. But it adds superb graphics and sound, and some of the best videogame art found in the current generation.
Summary: First of all, I am not a typical gamer. I'm a 38 year old mother of two who hasn't really played video games since my Atari days back in my teens (which I was pretty good back then). So when we bought an Xbox last month I didn't think I'd get much use out of it. The first game I played was Buffy the Vampire Slayer and I absolutely loved it!! The second game is GunValkyrie! I think it's a blast!
Summary: There are people who claim that all games should have simple, intuitive, pick-up-and-play control schemes. While I agree that simple and familiar controls are obviously a plus, some games, such as GunValkyrie, involve innovative mechanics which neccessitate controls that are complex and unprecedented and require some effort on the part of the player to learn how to use them properly.
Summary: This game looked intriguing to me. It had that sci-fi, mutant bug everywhere, everything is trying to kill you, you are a one man/woman army who must save the world feel that I oh so crave. The visuals are nice(so purty) but I've come to expect nothing but the best from my beloved X-box. This game pits you against millions and millions of bugs and you have nothing but your insane dash/jump abilities and some very sci-fi-esc weapons to defeat them.
Summary: FAST and INTENSE gameplay. The mechanics of the gameplay are the best in any game I have EVER played (even better than NES' Ninja Gaiden series). It cannot get much better than this. The story should be a little more complete, and it should be a little longer. Maybe 24 levels instead.Plus I turned off the music because it was a little annoying. If anyone needs a good fix before the new Ninja Gaiden comes out I HIGHLY recommend GV it is SOO worth the price.
Summary: Ok first things first, no this game is not easy, yes this game has a long learning curve, and no this is not a game for the casual gamer. however if you are familar with sega at all you will konw that it prefers to make their games for the hardcore gamer. also sega likes to make each board test a differnt skill, which will be necessary in beating the boss characters. This game has a completely origional button layout, and has absoutely no similarities to any other game.