Reviews and Problems with G.I. JOE: The Rise of Cobra
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28 December 2015
Summary: Hunting games tend to be a little half-assed. Sorry, but someone needed to say it. The presentation is usually poor and there generally isn't much content available even if the core gameplay might be decent. Cabela's North American Adventures isn't like those other hunting games.
Pros: : Fun gameplay; lots of modes; gun customization; decent visuals
Conclusion: Long story short I wouldn't even recommend this game to a friend at all. It's only real value to a gamer is the achievement points and that's it. That is if you can suffer through it. It's really not that difficult of a game at all even on Hardcore mode.
Summary: My G.I. Joe collection includes a handful of losers--figures that I bought for a specific weapon, or who came free with a vehicle. Even the lamest of these cast-off chumps (like Tollbooth and Skidmark) are less of an insult to G.I. Joe's good name than this vaguely game-like disaster.
Excerpt: G.I. Joe, you stand before this military court having been charged with multiple war crimes against the Nation of Gaming. You have led innocents astray with the promise of old-school arcade action, when all you have to offer is a tedious carnival of skill-free blasting.
Summary: EA has tried to put it’s fingers in too many pies with " G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra ". Rather than creating a product that works on each type of console, they’ve tried to harmonise the experience right from PS2 up to 360- which just doesn’t cut it anymore.
Summary: You know those immature teen boys who fantasize about being a gynaecologist? The ones that tend to forget that not every patient is a supermodel? Well, reviewing games is a lot like that. For every awesome game, there are two or three stinkers. GI Joe falls squarely into the latter category.
Excerpt: To coincide with the release of the big screen movie, Electronic Arts releases G.I. Joe: The The Rise of Cobra for the Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2, DS and PSP. I was lucky enough, or unlucky depending on how you look at it, to review the Xbox 360 version of the game. G.I.
Summary: The G.I. Joe video game will feature an exclusive storyline that picks up where the live-action movie leaves off, allowing players to re-create and re-live the greatest moments from the film, cartoon series and action figure toy line.