Summary: This was the first game that I played on the XBox 360 and I was impressed by the depth of the graphics. I'm not overly fond of all that jumping around and button pushing to get from point A to point B, but if you like that type of game, it could be a very good experience for you.
Summary: I loved the game at first but with time I just started finding the game a bit boring. Don't know why really. I usually don't like games where you have to memorize certain button combinations for something to work. I would have liked to just breeze through the bizarre story on easy mode (something I never do) but anything below normal (or hard if I can correctly remember) changes the control setting and kind of makes the game boring with auto attacks and auto targetting.
Gareth Wilson - Falcata Times Blog "Falcata T..., amazon.co.uk
30 October 2010
Summary: To be honest I did have a lot of fun with this but it was pretty repetative and whilst there is the added option of multiple gameplay as you get to keep the skills that you've already bought which does keep things interesting. It's pretty punchy, the character interesting although on that front a certain amount of the game is not only predictable but also a story arc that I felt that I've seen before.
Summary: Having just finished playing through this on normal I have to say Im disappointed. Main problem seems to be that there are way too many checkpoints. As well as respawning with full health there are often liberal amount of pickups with which to produce health potions etc.. As such progress is inevitable and this game doesn't require the skill of something like Ninja Gaiden - button bashing will get you through 95% of the game - at least on normal difficulty.
Like Devil May Cry, with slightly more cleavage shots...!
28 July 2010
Summary: I was amazed at this game when I played it, it is incredibly like Devil May Cry!! Only our heroine prefers to show off a lot more flesh and writhe around sexily rather than just a few quick sarcastic jibes and moody pouting like our good friend Dante. This game is very fast paced and easy pick up, of course you have to look every where if you are going to understand what to do and you most likely will have to take several tries before you get the hang of this game.
M. Phillips ""Knowledge Speaks, but Wisdo..., amazon.co.uk
27 May 2010
Summary: This game is a huge bucket load of fun and if you enjoy battering the living daylights out of some peculiar and nightmarish looking enemies as a half-naked, leather-clad witch, then look no further. The visuals are spectacular - there is always a lot going on and a lot of flashy tinselly bits to gawp at! The finishing moves are downright ludicrous (especially when you try and consider what is actually happening!), but none the less very satisfying!
Summary: i dont know why this games received such critical acclaim, its hardly anything new. its the same game you played way back when the original (and best) Devil May Cry came out, just with a new aesthetic DMC had a gothic/horror aesthetic, which worked really well because the style didnt date.
Summary: Coming from the creators of the wonderful, and extremely deep 'Okami', I expected a lot from this. As a Devil May Cry clone it's basically a button masher, which is okay in short doses but I found myself with sore fingers and a rising feeling of repetition and boredom after half an hour or so playing this. The mashing is broken up with the ocassional very short quick time event, and cut scenes of varying quality.