Conclusion: As I said, even if you don't love it enough to focus on a high score or play through it randomly at 2 am when you're bored, it's a couple of hours of fun at a cheap price. The achievements are solid and there's some multiplayer action to be had. Hope my review helped, please comment below if you feel the need.
Summary: I believe that “Assault Heroes” is worth every penny, but be sure that you’re into these kind of games or it might seem like a rip off. If you’re a fan of “Smash TV”, “Total Carnage” or any other games of that style, this game is right up your alley. Anyone who prefers much easier games or perhaps just isn’t into chaotic action should look elsewhere.
Pros: -Great graphics., -Non-stop action., -Cool weapons., -Perfect difficulty scaling., -Easy to pick up and get into over and over again., -Very fast-paced.
Cons: -Not a very long game., -Music is overly repetitious., -Environments are overused., -May be hard to find someone to play with on Xbox Live.
Conclusion: The overall gameplay of Assault Heroes is a delight. There are droves of infantry enemies, tanks, planes, bunkers, and ships that come at you pretty much non-stop during the missions. There are also boss battles which are usually quite challenging. An interesting feature during boss battles is that a quick press of the A button will reveal the behemoth’s weak spot so that you can concentrate fire in that area.
Excerpt: This scrolling, overhead-view shooter is an original title developed for the Xbox Live Arcade on the 360. The game�s presentation is simplistic, but effective. The menu system adequately provides the necessary options for jumping into battle very quickly.
Excerpt: Assault Heroes is a new game that was developed specifically for Xbox Live Arcade. While it isn't a remake or an emulation of any specific arcade game, it most definitely takes its cues from some great old arcade and console games. Assault Heroes takes the driving-and-shooting cooperative action of Jackal, gives it the dual-joystick control of Smash TV, and then gives it the out-of-your-car gameplay of The Speed Rumbler.
Pros: Cool levels and enemies, good weapons and power-ups, quality online co-op play, a solid homage to the arcade shooters of the '80s and '90s
Cons: If you're well versed in games of this type, you might finish it in one sitting
Excerpt: So I've been bagging on the recent Xbox Live Arcade updates, simply 'cause, well, they've sucked. Even the highly anticipated Small Arms, which was supposed to bring the Smash Bros. experience to the 360, ended up falling flat. So are Arcade fans out of luck for the rest of the year? I don't think so.
Conclusion: Simple and attractive, this can be seen as the ‘scrolling shooter for the rest of us,’ requiring neither the lobe roasting reactions of a Japanese infant nor a great investment of time to see it through. It can be all over your first day, though, and without much reason to come back you could be squandering your Microsoft Points.
Summary: Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (DBZ: BL) is the latest in a long line of fighting games to be spawned from the famous TV show. Previous entries in the series have generally been solid fighting games, although they have never been able to compete with the big names such as Tekken and Virtua Fighter. Atari is hoping that this will all change with the debut of the first Dragon Ball game on the Xbox 360. So how does it stack up?
Pros: Great visuals and audio, Controls are spot on, Great fighting engine
Cons: Environments look a bit bland, Limited to 1v1 fights (no tag teams), Quite small character roster
Summary: "Hra s názvem Assault Heroes se øadí mezi futuristické arkádovky. Budete jedním ze èlenù speciální jednotky, ze které již žijete témìø jen vy. Ovšem nevzdáte se, smrt vašich kolegù vás nerozhodí a nadále budete pokraèovat v hledání podzemní laboratoøe...