Decent hack and slash/ split-screen/ co-op/ Medieval/Supernatural game.
7 days ago
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". Overall its okay as a split-screen co-op, but I wouldn't recommend it if your just going to play by yourself.
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. My favorite parts of the game were the frequent scripted events that you do, like pushing a barricade toward a gate to break through. These were fun.
Summary: Great story. Not too challenging Until 3 quarters of the way through. I started out on nightmare mode And easily made it to 3 quarters of the game. Then I hit a hard spot. I like the references to the crusades.
Summary: I really think TCC was done a disservice in being compared to Assassin's Creed. It seems like a natural fit given the gameplay and setting, but in a lot of ways it almost has more in common with Army of Two or Borderlands. While of course it can be played alone, any amount of time spent doing so will make it painfully obvious the game was really intended to be experienced in co-op, preferably split-screen with you and your buddy sitting on the couch with a pizza and a...
Summary: I follow this game when I first heard about it for a while. All the game play videos look good!!! This game has tons of finishing moves over 100 different weapons finishing kill moves but gets real old real fast and very repetitive gameplay.
Summary: The Cursed Crusade is yet another Templar game, following other releases such as the Assassin's Creed franchise and The First Templar. Unlike both of those, The Cursed Crusade has been released at a $39.99 budget price (The First Templar debuted for $49.99; the Assassin's Creed games debut at $59.99). While the lower price point makes the shortcomings a little more forgivable, it doesn't make it any better of a game.
Summary: As a pseudo-RPG hack and slash you go from place to place killing all kinds of bad guys with an insane variety of weapons, watching some very cinematic and gory finishing moves and levelling up your stats and combos. You've seen it all before and in this regard Cursed Crusade is the B movie of video games.