Reviews and Problems with Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters
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God of War mechanics meet DC's Green Lantern.
20 January 2014
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. :)
Summary: if you are a fan of the series then this game will probably be fun. i did not like how all your moves were scripted and you could not use the right stick to look around and change the camera angle. the right stick is only used for quickly dashing from one spot to another.
Summary: Let me get straight to the point. I didn't like that you cant fly. I didn't like all the tedious running around with power cores to open doors. In fact, all the little puzzles you have to do throughout the game. Not that I don't like puzzles, it's just these are lame running around and timing.
Summary: Take this review with a grain of salt. I love Brawler type games (ie God of War). I love green lantern and have been reading him pre Ron Marz era. The game is a fun game. The graphics and the voice overs are fairly good. I didn't notice any graphical glitches or much sound errors.
Summary: Comic book movie adaptations are notorious for having awful tie-in video games, and I had pretty much figured Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters would fall into that category. Instead, the game is surprisingly not horrible, which in itself is pretty surprising.
Summary: The game is not all that bad, I love the fact that someone has finally made a Green Lantern game, and I like the graphics...The only thing...that had me playing with grinding teeth is why in the world did the creators of the game think it was a good idea to have Hal run around the board, think for...
Summary: Given that not a single major outlet has reviewed this game yet, it gave me pause as to whether or not I should play it. It's a movie tie in game (bad) it was seemingly rushed out (bad) but has real Hollywood power behind it in Ryan Reynolds (good) and from preview shots of the game, it looked like...
Summary: The problems with this game are the reasons I "got off of" superhero games a couple of years ago. So, first the bad: - Similar to other past superhero games, each level/checkpoint looks exactly like the one you just left...with some minor changes.