Conclusion: Graphics The graphics are ok- not below standard, but not above it either. 8/10 Gameplay/ Difficulty Controls are easy to learn, but difficult to master. 8/10 Whilst getting one to four stars is pretty easy, the 5 star 'strings' are, on average, very difficult and much repetition of a course is...
Excerpt: Across the generations, every platform has catered to a few titles that fall into the “beat 'em up” or “hack-and-slash” genre—off the top of our heads we can name a couple: Kung Fu Master (NES) and Streets of Rage (Genesis) .
This Bloody Cartoon-Based Slasher Shines at Combat and Fails at Platforming
22 September 2009
Conclusion: Concept: Slice through your enemies in this bloody but imaginative retelling of the standout animated show
Graphics: A slick, stylized art style carries the game a long way, suitably evoking the feel of the original animation
Sound: A fantastic score combines hip-hop sensibilities with traditional...
Summary: Licensed games get tagged as being ''all style and no substance,'' but let's be honest: most of them don't even get the style right. Afro Samurai, featuring an amazing soundtrack, hilarious (and sometimes poignant) voiceovers by Samuel L.
Excerpt: Pulling off the stunts in Stuntman Ignition while playing thru 6 movies with 6 stunts scenes each is a truly addictive experience. The ability to string together "stunts" that the director tells you todo and at the same time looking for opportunities to do your own stunts to keep the sting going...
Excerpt: There's something to be said for really having to try hard. While many games more or less let you waltz through them, with the story, setting and experience being more important than the challenge, Stuntman: Ignition makes you work for everything.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Stuntman Ignition thrusts you into the world of Hollywood and action movies. You are a stunt driver and you do a wide assortment of jobs for the big hats in the industry.