Summary: This game was a carbon copy of the God of War series. Game play was exactly the same but the puzzles had glitches and were sometimes impossible. I recommend getting the god of war games and dont bother wasting your money on this game.
Summary: Darksiders will captivate you with its cutscenes and then make you want due to it N64 like game play. The story line isn't bad though if you like apocalyptic premises to your vidow games. Due to the lack of good gameplay I rated this game as poor on all accounts except for sound. If I were you ladies and gentlemen I would definetley avoid this game at all cost.
Summary: I feel like retiring from video games when I play something this repetitive, generic and formulaic. Fight a few baddies, meet a hard end of level baddie.... and repeat. Pressing 'X' a lot.... Give me a break. After the genius of BioShock Infinite I decided to give this a go. And back in the box it went. If you're a crusty old git like me who's played games since they were a nipper you'll have seen this a million times over from your Spectrum days onwards!
Summary: There is no variety in attacks, all you have to do press one button continuously. Walking around between fights is incredibly dull and the character moves slowly and you'll have to cover a fair distance. The enemies are pathetically easy, their attacks are slow and once you start attacking most of them they will not fight back.
Summary: I played this game for a total of 4 hours - 4 hours of which i wouldn't mind having back. To utter this game in the same breath as Zelda is horrific!. The graphics are dire - you only use one button! the gamplay reminds me of a demo version of the original devil may cry but worse, this game was traded in faster than it was bought for dragonage origins. How on earth you can rate this game as high as you rated Bayonetta is anyone's guess! Bayonetta is pure class!