Summary: If you're like me and are trying to squeeze every last bit of gaming out of your 360 before you move on to the next console, this game isn't a bad purchase if you can get it for $20 or less. I wouldn't pay a dime over that though. It has a lot going for it and could've been an excellent game, but somewhere along the line somebody screwed up and didn't fine-tune it. The story isn't horrible but there's way too many cinematic parts. I mean WAY too many.
Summary: Too Human was not the WORST game I've ever played (I'm looking at you Two Worlds 1) but wasn't the greatest either. If you can stand the horrible camera angles and the somewhat confusing skill trees (and the bad take on Norse mythology) you'll find that the game itself is not as bad as some people make it seem.
Summary: For some reason it breaks my heart to say anything critical about this game. I'm not sure why; i've got no real connection to it and the creators have never done anything for me personally. I think it might be that, despite everything, you can tell this thing was put together with a lot of love. To bad it came up so short, huh? The ideas behind this beast are really fun and different.
Summary: Pros -Plot weaving Norse mythology and technology together. Everything from the Aesir (Cybernetic Norse pantheon) to the enemies (Robotic goblins, elves, and trolls). -Graphics are detailed and high quality, however... Cons -Control scheme is a huge let down. You use the right control stick to 'aim' Baulder at enemies to attack them. Double tapping the control stick in one direction can perform combos and special attacks.
Conclusion: Great Game, Good Story Line, Good Graphics, And here is the "but" I would pay for a addon that allows customizing the controller or allows for camera control. very hard to attack one enemy or concentrate the attacks because the camera is game controlled. Also the switch from blade to guns seems to come at the wrong time. Big plus, is the auto lock when using the Guns.
Summary: Not great. Most of the other reviewers covered the areas pretty well. Suffice it to say that the camera is awful, the combat is surprisingly fun (though do some research, because they don't really explain a lot to you), and the story is pretty "rad", as the kids say. Download the demo first to get a really good feel for what Too Human has to offer. Be warned, however, if mythology doesn't interest you at all, leave this one alone. You'll not be impressed.
Summary: Bluntly, Too Human is not a great game. Yet I can't get enough of it. Too Human is eccentric developers Silicon Knights' first original game since Eternal Darkness six years ago. Too Human's concept has been floating around for ten years: initially a PS1 title to follow up Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, then moved to GC with SK's exclusivity deal with Nintendo, then to Xbox 360 when that deal was up.
Summary: I was hesitant to purchase this game based on the reviews from sites such as ign.com and gamespot.com, but I started to hear people say that the game is a lot of fun so I picked up a copy. They were right! The game isn't perfect by any means (the camera does take a lot of getting used to and can be a pain sometimes) but overall it is entertaining and fun. My first night playing it I put in 5 hours.