Summary: This is a budget game. It isn't trying to be anything better. If you go into this game thinking you're gonna play the greatest game ever, you're gonna have a bad time. This game has solid mechanics, decent voice work, good graphics, and challenging gameplay. Sometimes too challenging.
Summary: Konami, You suck at making shooters these days. I thought it would be a fun game to rent, my choice was wrong. Bad controls, bad gameplay and a bad partner and just a bad game to start with 2012. The game is not good at all, It's so bad it makes me want to cry.
Summary: Its not a good game. it's not a bad game. it's a game wich is meh and hmm at the same time. A guy who cannot die. Yes it sounds pretty neat and it is. WHO i ask WHO would not like to rip of an arm hit your friend with it and then put it back like it was a lego piece? nobody that's who.
Summary: Have you ever had very high hopes for something only for it to turn out mediocre and disappointing? That is NeverDead in a nutshell. This adventure by Rebellion Developments oozing so much originality that itâ
Summary: What can you say about NeverDead... Well it's a really unique game, I'll give it that. I've not played a game where you can rip your head off on purpose since MediEvil on Ps1. The gameplay itself is clunky, but clunky gameplay is not what I hate about the game.
Summary: "NeverDead" not only squandering an interesting premise as transforms into a hindrance, an excuse for include challenges that test not the skill, but the player's patience. At first, gets to be fun the festival of destruction of enemies and scenarios, but only until when will realize that this is...
Summary: In Neverdead you play as the immortal Bryce whose wife was killed in a battle with The Demon King Astaroth 500 years ago. Now you and Arcadia, a wise-cracking human who's never funny, are working for a demon hunting agency which disposes of the threat.
NeverDead Combines Frustratingly Flawed Gameplay With A Unique And Wooden Story
Joseph Born "Joe", Amazon
3 February 2012
Summary: NeverDead is a curious beast. One of the main attractions of the game is the (hilarious in a good way) immortal nature of the main character. You can never die. Your limbs will be (frequently) dismembered, which lead in to you having to track them down to put yourself back together.
Summary: Not the best game you'll ever buy, but for around a tenner, you're not going far wrong. It definitely feels like an almost direct Japanese game that has been westernised for the EU/US market and in that sense things like voice work and story lines are random, weird and slightly lacking.