Conclusion: Even on hard difficulty this game is ridiculously easy. The worst part about this game is that the difficulty achievements don't stack so you have to force yourself to play through the game 3 times. Thankfully it will only take you about 1hr to finish it 3 times.
Summary: Battle: Los Angeles is a rarity these days. It’s a game that knows it’s bad and revels in it. Instead of trying to sell itself based on length or any included visceral action, this single player only shooter promotes its basic arcade qualities instead.
Summary: " Battle: Los Angeles " is a game where sometimes it’s so bad that it’s funny. But mostly it’s so bad that it really isn’t hilarious. At 45 minutes for a playthrough, when considering this is a tie-in, it really should have been a nice freebie to encourage people to see the movie.
Excerpt: Creating a game to tie-in with a movie has to be a frustrating and stressful process. You are basically given a deadline when it has to be complete to coincide with the movie premiere and they want you to spin gold.
Pros: + Great visuals
Cons: Criminally short campaign, Boring progression, Lack of variety
Battle: Los Angeles The Game – Review (Xbox 360 / XLBA)
21 March 2011
Conclusion: For such a low price it is good fun to be had, but only for about an hour. If you play through all the difficulty settings, you’ll get about 3 hours out of the game to unlock the all achievements and videos/photos.
Excerpt: Games based on movies are generally horrendous. We've had so many poor movie games since the introduction of consoles into our homes that most gamers scoff when they hear the latest block buster movie will be available as a cross-platform release.
Summary: 'Eight Below' is one of those movies you go in expecting to be embarrassed to watch, and come out surprised at how much you enjoyed it. The words "Disney" and "nature film" often make me cringe, but 'Eight Below' is a genuinely exciting, moving adventure that truly is fun for the whole family.
Battle: Los Angeles Review | Ninety Minutes Of Hell
11 March 2011
Conclusion: The Short Version: Battle: Los Angeles is insultingly short, completely pointless and plain bad . Do not buy it. Fans of the film might consider picking it up during a sale or price reduction, but otherwise, this simply isn't worth the meagre two hours you'll spend playing it.
Pros: Impressive destructible cover, Relatively solid - if stolid - FPS mechanics, Unlockable promotional material
Cons: Truly appalling value, Hopeless campaign against a single enemy unit, Terrible, rushed, awful presentation
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Pros: De game duurt maar een half uur
Cons: Slechte graphics, Lomp, dom en slecht verhaal, Slecht geluid, Veel te kort, Veel te duur, Veel te eentonig, Levenloos, geen sfeer