Summary: I bought this game knowing full well that this was not going to be the greatest video game ever made. Like the TV show, the game is just good, tongue in cheek fun. Graphics are a little on the dated side, however this shortcoming can be easily overlooked given the rest of the game. Controls are tight, combo moves are simple (although in many cases you only need know one or two with each character in order to win) and the finishing moves are appropriately gory.
Summary: I like the game, has a good variety of fighters , good variety of weapons, differents armors, shields, etc. The A.I. in my opinion is weak, and therefore you can finish the game with every fighter in 4-5 hours each game (realy, two games in one). The two things that should be better are: some fights takes only 1 or 2 seconds (just like real life?), really it is a matter of tastes, some may like it, others may not.
Summary: Deadliest Warrior isn't a Tekken, Mortal Kombat or any other fighting franchise you've played, and that's okay. It's a cheap game, you're not or shouldn't be expecting something groundbreaking. I added it as a filler for an order for free shipping because it was only $9, and I've not been disappointed. It's a generic fighter that comes with 6 episodes of the TV Show, It's campy, the loading times are a bit above average, and you can one hit kill your opponent at times.
Summary: It was getting close to my brothers birthday and time was running out. He lives 400 miles away and no time to send a gift by UPS. When Bobby was little he would talk me into playing with the little plastic Army soldiers (before GI Joe!). He took such great pleasure in wiping out my soldiers, I didn't really care if he used a Tonka truck to knock them down! But the game itself is based on a tv show with the same name and it has a following because of Spike TV.
Summary: first things first, if you're confused like I was wondering just what Deadliest Warrior Ancient Combat is, its simply a complete collection of the two Deadliest Warrior XBL arcade games with their DLCs all on one disc. Included is a bonus DVD with 6 episodes from the TV show. the premise behind the Deadliest Warrior franchise is simple.