Summary: This is where the game really falls apart. The gameplay is simple button mashing with a few block, roll, etc. buttons added for no reason in the game. You can easily take on the hardest difficulty without ever blocking.
Summary: I really wanted to like Beowulf, and I knew going into it that is would be a cheap God of War clone, and I'm fine with that. God of War is a fun game, and even though Beowulf is ripping it off, who cares, just as long as this game is fun too. And it is, most of the time.
Summary: This is a great buy for tweny dollars, but not more than that. The game is a bit ridiculous, like most movie games and makes little sense at various moments throughout the story. There is a lot of button mashing; however, the graphics make up for it.
Summary: I went in expecting a $20 game, and that is exactly what I got. If you just need a filler while waiting on the next blockbuster game to drop, pick up this one. You won't brag to your buddies that you got it (or they will laugh), but it isn't absolutely horrible.
Summary: I knew Beowulf was going to be bad, even though I hadn't seen the movie. Either way, none tell the true story as well as the tale itself. Monster slays people, hero slays monster, monster's mother comes back for revenge and so fourth. But Beowulf isn't a terrible game, it's just below average.
Summary: When I saw this game I was a bit dubious. It was pretty cheap for an xbox 360 game but I took the plunge. Rated a 15 I thought it would at least take me a decent amount of time to finish and provide entertainment that some of the universal standard games could not.