Summary: The game is alright. It relies pretty well on your switching into hell mode to fight a lot of the time. It's cool the first couple of times, but wears thin pretty fast. Your weapons break fast in this game, which is okay because with the sheer number of enemies your killing, replacing them is easy.
Summary: Had an error at chapter 4/2 and read if could be fixed if you played the episode online but the game is 4 years old so no one was playing it still and I never pay to play multiplayer accounts online......ever.
Summary: This game is pretty tough to get along with. Almost everything about it needs a bit more fine tuning. The storyline, the character animation, the voice acting and just the overall quality of gameplay were quite lackluster.
Decent hack and slash/ split-screen/ co-op/ Medieval/Supernatural game.
25 July 2014
Summary: Cursed Crusade is one of those games that you have fun with when playing with a friend, but by yourself not so much. The game play is a bit repetitive, and the story would have been a lot more interesting if it wasn't bogged down by the ridiculous "curse stuff".
Summary: The game has an interesting concept, that of a Co-Op enabled third person action fighting story based game set during the Crusades. It also has the foundations for an interesting combat mechanic, but unfortunately the application doesn't realise the concept well enough.
Summary: The Cursed Crusade is a decent game, but there are a few minor complaints that I have. The game's combat, although fun, is repetitive. By the end of the game, moving forward was just a chore. The only thing that kept me playing was the story, which I though was decent.
Summary: Certainly not the best game there is, but still a bit under-rated. Graphically unimpressive with a boring plotline. But if you can find this game on a discount (which is easy considering its reviews) and you have a friend to play it with, it's certainly worth picking up if you don't mind the serious...