Summary: My son likes this game. At first, he was a little frustrated, because he couldn't get beyond a certain level. He said he could not figure it out. When he finally figured it out, he liked it a lot. This is one of his top three games. He likes the ability to pick which monster you are going to be.
Summary: A special feature of Afro Samurai is the innovative. I mean overdone focus mode that allows u to slow the game down. What Afro does in this game is different with old mechanic is give you manual control of where to attack when in this mode.
Summary: My son saw a commercial for this game and put it on his Christmas list. I was reluctant to buy it due to the lack of critic or even user reviews online. I went ahead and purchased it and we're about 85% through the game. The game design and gameplay definitely reflects the reduced price tag.
Summary: I bought this game after seeing the cartoon. Like any game it will have its frustrating parts. Overall, this was a good hack and slash game (a lot of body pieces flying from Afro's sword) with a great a soundtrack to go along with.
Summary: In the more intense action sequences there's a lot of tearing in the graphics. Minor problems with object interactions. Like other 'ninja' type games, you can wall-run and whatnot, but this wasn't incorporated with the fighting which was kind of disappointing.
Summary: The game is pretty cheesy. It is fun though, overall. It is most definately not for kids or the easily offended as the language is pretty bad. The action is fairly repetitive though. I would not spend more than $15 on this game.
Summary: I loved the animation/graphics and music, the storyline is mediocre, and the action/gameplay is fun although somewhat repetitive. There are many different ways or combos in which you can slice and dice enemies but it can get old soon.