Summary: Great game! I gave this to my son for Christmas. He really enjoys it although at times it seems a little difficult to figure out what to do but I guess that is part of the fun of these games if you like a challenge.
Summary: When opened at the birthday party, this game didn't get the biggest "Oooh!", it's true. HOWEVER, once the kid started playing it, it got a coveted, "This game is awesome." So evidently, the game is awesome.
Summary: 1 of the best hack & slash/beat them up shooter game ever made. should have it now before its too late bcuz; - best price to buy - fast & safe delivery - nice storyline & multiplayer - easy to get achievement for full game score
This is to Video Games what Emerald Knights was to Green Lantern Movies
Strategos "The Guardian of Time", Amazon
30 April 2014
Summary: I have a love/hate relationship with the Green Lantern series. On the one hand, it's one of the comic book hero series with the most potential (it's sci-fi, it has a ton of characters and lore to draw from, and features an insane cool weapon in the form of the Green Lantern Power Ring).
Summary: Bought this game because I knew my wife's nephews would get a kick out of it, game gets boring for adults after 30 minutes, but it keeps the lethargic children who don't play outside entertained.
Summary: GREAT GAME OF THIS DC CHARACTER. THIS SHOULD BE A COLLECTORS ITEM IN THE FUTURE. WELL WORTH THE MONEY IF YOU ARE A FAN OF GREEN LANTERN (I AM). I HOPE THEIR WILL BE AN X BOX ONE GAME OF GREEN LANTERN.
Summary: I have a 4yr old boy, so I am always on the lookout for fantastic two-player games. Green Lantern is playable as a 1 player adventure, however, I think it really shines as a co-op frenetic battle. The graphics are decent with voices from the actors. The likeness of Ryan Reynolds is cool.
Summary: Overall it is a fun game, but it is a bit to repetitive. However this is much better then the movie and does the character justice. The one thing that I like about this game is Reynolds does the voice acting and reminds audiences (imo) that the lack of a good film wasn't his fault. :)