Conclusion: It's pretty basic, but the laugh out loud nature of its bad guys combined with a solid combat engine make this a blast to play for an hour or two. You also get Magic Sword in the entry price, although I find that game extremely dull. Like what you read?
Excerpt: Rick and Lori are comic book characters and they know it. They are aware of the pages and panels that construct their world, of the Maker whose hand reaches in to draw villains, and of the bouts of amnesia that often afflict their kind.
A comic book brawler that reads like a Comix Zone re-write
11 December 2010
Conclusion: Unbound Saga is a decent enough brawler. You get to pick up and throw homeless people against a wall, which is always fun, and the story itself is good enough to have you button-mash your way to its finale. But its basic, sluggish gameplay is stuck in the ‘90s. In this age we expect more.
Pros: Well-written plot, well voiced, Instantly likable characters, Great comic book style
Cons: Basic, sluggish fighting, Frustrating at times, No drop-in-drop-out co-op
Excerpt: Miss old-school, button-mashy brawlers? Unbound Saga was made with you in mind. Focusing on two comic-book heroes seeking revenge on the creator who torments them, Saga has you smashing through arena-like comic panels filled with smashable objects, busting the heads of the largely interchangeable...
Pros: + Self-aware story is just goofy enough to be engaging., + Button-spamming action is fun for the few hours the game lasts.
Cons: - Really repetitive action, with mostly uninteresting enemies., ? Why don’t brawling superheroes just wear sweats? It’d be much more comfortable and sensible, really.
Conclusion: Jag bÃ¶jer mig ned fÃ¶r att plocka upp en rÃ¶d liten handvÃ¤ska som en kvinna tappat. Regnet rinner ner Ã¶ver mina vÃ¤lsvarvade muskler, blÃ¶ter ned min trÃ¶ja och droppar mot asfalten under mig. Mina Ã¶gon faller pÃ¥ en gul plÃ¥tburk, Ã¶vergiven och bortkastad av nÃ¥gon.