Reviews and Problems with Deadliest Warrior: The Game
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22 April 2013
Summary: Painfully bad... +- basically the game has realistic damage so you die pretty quickly, I would usually be on the fence whether this is a good thing because it requires fine tuned balance among the characters to pull it off well... but here the balance is broken. -The game requires for you to find the broken over powered 1 hit kill combo's or 1 hit kill ranged attack.
Summary: this has probably been suggested before but what the heck here goes again, Bruce Lee vs Chuck Norris, I know they did this in one of Bruce's movies but it would sure add to my argument to have the combat computer run the simulation.
Summary: This game was actually a refreshing beat em up to play, I really enjoyed the combat, and although it comes with faults this game has serious potential to become the new bushido blade. No life bars, just an old fashioned fight to the death where a blow that would kill you in real life, kills you in game, a realistic take on the fighting genre (not without it's quirks but I will say again I really think this series has serious potential to become great).
Summary: Recipe for a good time - grab a couple friends, this game and a couch. Start by beating the snot out of each other. Follow that with laughter at the gobs of unintentional comedy and over-the-top gore. Figure out the depth of the combat system and your favorite warriors. If you have a choice of going out and catching one of this summer's disappointing blockbusters or playing this game for the same price, play the game.
Summary: I bought this game. It was horrible. Battles are an incoherent mess! Visuals marred by clipping, awful lip-syncing, disappearing gear. Deadliest Warrior Legends suffers from poor combat design with its invincible blocking and grappling mechanic that you just wonâ
Summary: This game was great. My friends and I had such a good time playing it. We are all in different cities and we play it every Friday night before we all go out. The rounds are quick and the combat is fun. The historical bent is interesting if they are really using data from the tests in the show. The generals mode is also fun but I wish it was online. But it's a totally fun game and I'm amazed at all the content I got for $10.
Summary: This is a definate step up from the first title. The fact that each fighter has their own background, which includes vistas as well as gameplay differences, is great. The characters are pretty interesting, and the combat is strategic and deadly. I wish the Generals campaign had more meat and some of the voice work is really bad. Also, when I started the trial version, it booted me from Live! I'm sure more bugs will be found as I play.
Summary: Unfortunately, it's a step forward in the graphical sense, and a step backwards in the gameplay sense. Why? Because of the Grapple Mode. It's very easy to enter Grappling, and also very easy to get instant kills with the signature move. It's gory and good looking, but also ends the fight unfairly and looks always the same. Single player is pretty much watered down by this fact.
Summary: I just picked up this game because I enjoyed the first one so much. It was sooo much better than the first. Combat has moved in the direction of bushido blade. Graphics are better and the arenas have pits and traps that make combat more exciting. I pushed someone into that pit from 300 - that was great! The strategy game looks interesting. It's a whole other game that supposedly uses the battle simulator from the show. Not sure about that but it's really fun.
Summary: Really addictive. Fast combat, awesome warriors. Sun Tzu is pretty awesome. My friends and i bought this at 5pm and we are still playing it. I'm only typing it because I am waiting my turn. I haven't played Generals but it looks really cool. Definitely pick it up for $10.