Very Short, Very Linear, And Very Easy, But An Absolute Blast While It Lasts
16 March 2014
Summary: "Wanted: Weapons Of Fate," developed by GRIN and published by Warner Bros., is the very epitome of what I like to call "Junk Food Gaming." There's only 9 short levels, they're all incredibly linear and restrictive, and the game itself is incredibly easy, even on the hardest difficulty.
Summary: Extremely short campaighn, with a low production value to boot. But it's got one thing going for it. Curving bullets never gets old, and that one gimmick is what makes this game worth while. It's one of the better games in the bargain bin, but you're not missing much if you pass it up.
Summary: Guess I'm not into role playing and being an avid FPS fan, I am still left wanting. It's really a good game for others, but not me. I'm accustomed to a faster-paced game. The graphics and layout is quite better than average and one could really enjoy this game, but after COD, Halo, Bad Company &...
Summary: Think about that word for a moment. Think about what you envision as you apply that exact word to this game. Sticky as honey and about as thick. But there are other words I can label this game with. Generic, short, and largely boring played out scenarios/realms.
Summary: Beat it in three hours. Easy breezy. Great for the xbox achievements but fun factor was minimal. The levels I was looking forward to were button cut scenes. So that was a let down. [...] Fun to play through once. But nothing else to keep you playing again.
Excerpt: Much better than I was expecting really. A Gears clone, but at least unlike the recently released Terminator Salvation it at least has some things going for it. It looks decent (mostly), the voice acting is okay and the gameplay is perfectly serviceable (basically a fusion of Gears / Stranglehold...
Summary: This game was as much fun as the film is to watch for thoes who enjoyed the film, game play is good and has a number of in game moves to make game play fun, only down side is that the game is short however it was value for money with this purchase.