Reviews and Problems with Power Rangers Super Samurai
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Power Rangers Super Samurai
Family Friendly Gaming
30 March 2013
Excerpt: We found quite a few fun aspects of Dragon Ball Z for Kinect. So I was highly hopeful for Power Rangers Super Samurai on the Xbox 360. This Kinect home console game takes on a similar aspect to the DBZ game. We take on eight episodes of Power Rangers Super Samurai. We pick a Power Ranger and take on their role.
Review: Power Rangers Super Samurai (Microsoft Xbox 360)
28 January 2013
Summary: : Power Rangers Super Samurai is a messy, occasionally non-functional, limited, repetitive, meager game that essentially offers no compelling argument to own it unless you absolutely must play as a Power Ranger for some reason. It looks and sounds acceptable, and the game is incredibly simplistic, but beyond that there is basically nothing of note to say about the game.
Review: Power Rangers Super Samurai strikes a low, cheap blow to the Kinect
14 January 2013
Excerpt: And…once again, someone doesn't get how to make a worthwhile experience with the Kinect when it comes to mimicking a super hero. At least Ubisoft has the practice down somewhat to a science, with their Power-Up Heroes and Marvel's Avengers: Battle For Earth games. But Namco, on the other hand, churns out the kind of Kinect fare that gives the device a bad name. It's bad enough that we had to get through the sluggishly difficult Dragon Ball Z Kinect .
Kids mimic fighting on Kinect; filled with fantasy violence.
Common Sense Media
8 January 2013
Summary: Parents need to know that Power Rangers Super Samurai -- much like the popular TV show -- is rooted heavily in violence. It's over-the-top and fantasy-based, but the players use swords and other weapons, plus punches and kicks, to destroy monsters trying to take over the Earth. There is no blood or gore, however. This is a Teen-rated game because of the violence.
Excerpt: Like recent Avengers and Dragon Ball Z Kinect games, Power Rangers Super Samurai tries to base a full-body combat experience around its color-coded martial artists, letting you slash and kick to pummel an array of freaky monsters. Unfortunately, severe motion miscues paired with shallow, tedious action just make for a Kinect calamity.
Summary: Power Rangers : Super Samurai ne fera pas d'étincelles. Le gameplay de ce titre Kinect est totalement à revoir, la reconnaissance des mouvements étant imprécise au possible. Difficile donc de s'y amuser, surtout que la durée de vie reste par ailleurs très courte.