Reviews and Problems with Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters
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It got an "awesome" from the kid.
Folina Dubernol, Amazon
2 October 2014
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: 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: This is a very rare super-hero game that is actually good. Its a pretty solid game, graphics are nice & the various abilities you get to unlock and upgrade are all pretty cool. Campaign length wasn't too short, but nothing spectacular either. highly recommend this game to any one.
Summary: You get to play as Green Lantern and the design/gameplay is simple. The game will go by fast, but the powers you get and the comic-like graphics make for a very entertaining game. It is two player (local) where one person is Hal Jordan and the other is Sinestro.
Summary: I guess it makes sense that one of the few good movie tie-in games to come along in a while accompanies a terrible movie. Some serious work was put into this game, no rush job here. The game's not up there with the epics on the 360 but it's a lot of fun. The combat system is fluid and precise.