A great game when new, even more so at the cheaper price
Andrew Mulligan "Joker", Amazon
6 March 2013
Summary: When Angels fall and claim godhood, the real God tends to be none too pleased. Story The story of El Shaddai is (loosely) based off of a religious text 'The Book of Enoch' and follows Enoch, a heavenly scribe chosen by God, to find and return 7 fallen angels to heaven, the game explains this over a...
Summary: flat out, this game has alot going for it, but the target audience wasnt what it was expected. that being said, this game is fun and inventive with few elements of religious belief. good story, a bit confusing at start
Summary: Having finished this a while ago here is my personal opinion. The main draw for this game is definitely the presentational aspects (visuals, music, effects), as well as its story. Hands down this has some of THE BEST visuals I have ever seen in any game.
Beautiful, Interesting...Controls Could Use Some Work
14 January 2013
Summary: You are Enoch, a man who was taken to heaven before death to be a scribe. When some fallen angels decide to wreak havoc on Earth, Enoch must go and face them and bring them back to judgement. The game has a beautiful design and graphics.
Summary: I bought this as a christmas gift for someone that's a Final Fantasy fan but no longer had a Playstation 2 and was dismayed at FF13. I bought this since it was on one site's list of games similar to final fantasy. It arrived late and I ended up getting the person something else.
Summary: This is one of those strange cult games.The concept is very unique and original.It's gameplay is pretty simple hack n slash style.The graphics and music are very good.Overall,if you like odd games...then you will like this.
Summary: I didn't say you must love it, but yes you should have this within your gaming references. Truly one of a kind artistic presentation and varied gameplay systems (beat-em-up, 3D platforming, 2D platforming AND driving) are the mark of a very ambitious project.
Bargain Bin Review "El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron"
rhubarb doom, Amazon
22 November 2011
Summary: If the idea of cavorting before a hipster guardian angel who communicates with God on a cell phone and doing battle with minions of a dreadlocked Michael Jackson-alike who vogues in front of the screen whilst you're engaged in combat isn't an immediate turnoff, then El Shaddai: Ascension of the...