good fast paced game but try and get it for under $10
8 February 2010
Summary: thi game is a good buy if can get it for 10 dlls or less because its very very short. Gamplay is fast pased and very responsive a good game for people that love to stack up points for kills like Resident Evil mercineries mode
Summary: The Club is basically an arcade style third person shooter. The storyline is like that of "Twisted Metal". In that I mean the story is different for each character. Some are there for the thrill, others for paying debts or to obtain certain needs, and some are blackmailed into it. The goal of the game is to reach the end of the level with highest possible score.
Summary: The thing I like most about this game is the modern weapons and the variety of weapons you have access to. Multi-player give each player his or her own screen which helps to keep track of your character. Multi-player is a mix between gears of war and call of duty. One of the down falls is you cant sprint during multi-player, and also does not have auto aim or in other words where it locks on to the target or person you are trying to shoot.
Conclusion: Mindless satisfying action + competitive arenas = WIN, for the most part. The Club gives you a series of tournaments or single events you can participate in and they give you a challenge course for you to finish and score as many points as possible. There is a mode where you sim play must get to the end of the level, another where you are timed to get to the end of the level, a survival mode where you need to survive for a given amount of time, and a few others.
Summary: This is a different game from the ordinary, but there just isn't enough to seperate it from the crowd of games. The game is funner than in it is good though. The game is really easy to pick up and isn't all that hard to play. The leaderboards are neat and so is the scoring system. The only big strike to the game is that you can beat it in under 3 hours, maybe even 2 hours.
Conclusion: I purchased the club on faith and the preceding hype it was getting from the gaming mags. While its a decent game with some ok features, I couldn`t see anything spectacular or groundbreaking about it. The whole objective of "The Club" is to take one of eight characters through 9 tournament areas and kill as much as possible and score as many points as you can.
Summary: Last year's bumper crop of shooters, such as "BioShock", "Halo 3" and "Call of Duty 4", were notable for coupling bone-jarring realism with finely crafted epic stories. "The Club" promises something a little different. There's no saving humanity, no detailed world to explore, no need to bone up on military strategy or tactics. Instead, "The Club" boils down simply to this: how many people can you shoot, and how fast can you do it?