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Deadliest Warrior: The Game

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Overall 3
3.0

Deadliest Warrior: Legends review

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: The game can be funny as hell, Zombie mode is great, How many games let you fight as Shaka Zulu?
  • Cons: Combat is sloppy and brainless, Online support is a mess, Graphics and presentation are terrible
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Overall 5
4.5

Deadliest Warrior: Legends

oxmonline.com
9 July 2011
  • Excerpt: Arriving barely a year after the original game, Deadliest Warrior: Legends comes across like a Celebrity Deathmatch take on the heroes from your old history textbook — and it’s just as cartoonish and gory, to boot. In place of the generic brawlers featured in the first game are historic generals such as Genghis Khan, Sun Tzu, and Alexander the Great, each of which you can command in violent duels often involving maiming or decapitation.
  • Pros: + Hilariously violent battles starring history’s greatest generals.
  • Cons: - Simplistic mechanics and stiff A.I. limit the experience., - Mediocre visuals and nauseating, repetitive fighter intros., ? Whose virtual graves will be robbed for the next release?
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Deadliest Warrior: Legends

uk.gamespot.com
8 July 2011
  • Conclusion: Currently, Legends is suffering a crippling blow at the hands of its own busted online multiplayer. There's a common issue causing a significant percentage of ranked matches to freeze up during their initial loading screen. Non-ranked player matches aren't suffering from this problem, but the opportunity to compete with human opponents (which you can also do locally) can't redeem Legends' basic, ugly combat.
  • Pros: Bloody, creative finishing moves, Zombie mode is amusing.
  • Cons: Battles are an incoherent mess, Visuals marred by clipping, awful lip-syncing, disappearing gear, Significant load times before each match.
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Overall 6
6.0

Deadliest Warrior: The Game

True achievements
9 April 2011
  • Conclusion: Achievment wise, most can be obtained over time playing by yourself, or with friends, with only one online achievement. Most are pretty creative, and also a good challenge to obtain. Despite the negatives with the game, for $10 you get a great roster of fighters to use, a nice looking game with smooth online play, and a game that represents the show in a good way.
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Overall 8
8.0

Deadliest Warrior: Legends

True achievements
9 April 2011
  • Conclusion: Hope you enjoyed my guide, and check this game out, if not download the demo. This has been my first review, thank you for reading it. I hope it helps your decision. All the characters are: Alexander the Great Attila the Hun Ghengis Khan Hannibal Hernan Cortez Joan of Arc (DLC) Mack (DLC) Shaka Zulu Sun Tzu Vlad the Impaler William Wallace
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Overall 7
7.0

Deadliest Warrior: The Game Review

PlayDevil
5 October 2010
  • Summary: It was an interesting move to make a game based on such a successful TV show and release it as a downloadable game and I have to say that this is one which probably would have benefited far more by having a bigger production budget and content and released as a full retail title.
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Deadliest Warrior: The Game Review

GameSpot
19 July 2010
  • Excerpt: Spike TV's show "The Deadliest Warrior" is all about pitting different types of fighters from throughout history against each other. The Spartans of ancient Greece never encountered ninjas on the field of battle, but if they had, the show concluded, the Spartans would have wiped the floor with the ninjas. This fantasy matchup concept is one that was just screaming for adaptation into a video game, and that game has now arrived.
  • Pros: Bloody, brutal fights to the death capture the spirit of the TV show, Good variety of weapons and fighting styles, Focus on defensive play leads to some tense standoffs
  • Cons: Fights are often over quickly once attacks start to land, Only eight warriors, Inconsistent sense of realism results in some goofy moments, Online connectivity issues and problems with quitting
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Overall 7
7.0

Deadliest Warrior: Legends

one-gamer.com
13 March 2011
  • Conclusion: Guilty pleasure gaming at its finest. Deadliest Warrior is never going to be Soul Calibur – or even the 14-year-old Bushido Blade, for that matter – but it has never wanted to be. Legends’ new additions make it an obvious choice over its predecessor, though they may not be enough to warrant an upgrade for owners of the original. Still, if you’re looking for tongue-in-cheek, bloodthirsty, B-movie brawling, you need look no further.
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Overall 7
7.0

Deadliest Warrior: Legends

tarreo.com
27 April 2011
  • Summary: Combate sangriento entre celebridades de la historia
  • Pros: Realismo extremo en el sistema de combate y el uso de armas. Buenos elementos de estrategia. Pelear con figuras célebres de la historia.
  • Cons: Pésimo pretexto argumental. Poca variedad en los estilos de pelea. Presentación mediocre. Modo multiplayer poco confiable.
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