Summary: Based on the film of the same name, The Warriors delivers fast paced, beat-em-up action that is easy to get into but also surprisingly varied. Most brawlers are all punch punch punch, kick kick kick but here you have lots of ways to dish out punishment and battling multiple enemies has never been better implemented than in The Warriors. The game also does a good job of expanding on the story of the movie.
Extremely violent military shooter starring real Navy SEAL.
Common Sense Media
19 December 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that Rogue Warrior is an extremely violent shooter that features over-the-top “kill moves” involving the repeated, bloody stabbings of enemies in vital areas. While events in the game aren’t depicted as factual, its main character is the famous, real-life war hero Dick Marcinko, and players are clearly meant to believe that what they see in the game are at least vaguely akin to what his real missions must have been like.
Conclusion: On the other hand i wanted to slap Bethesda for even putting their name on a poorly crafted and short game. One of the biggest problems that i had with it was that the skill achievements don't stack, so if you do want to 1000 it you have to beat it 3 times (not that its hard or long). Its more that your eyes will hurt from playing it that long.
Conclusion: So what's there to do once your two hours are up and the credits roll? Well, you could check out Rogue Warrior's stripped suite of multiplayer options, which let up to eight players shoot each other up in deathmatch or team deathmatch. But that's it. There are no other modes, no persistent rewards (unless you count the all-but-empty online leaderboards), no classes, no customizable loadouts--and no fun.
Pros: Close-quarters kills look cool.
Cons: Just over two hours of solo gameplay at full price, Dialogue is a constant stream of disgusting language, Super linear and super boring, Terrible AI, Useless stealth mechanics.
Excerpt: Wow, what an awesome premise for a videogame! That, however, is not the premise for Rogue Warrior . In 2006, Zombie Interactive was developing the game as a squad shooter in which players could seamlessly drop in and out of games. Much like Left 4 Dead's online campaigns, you'd just pop into the role of whichever squad member was open at the time and get right to the game.
Summary: Rogue Warrior is an overpriced, underdeveloped, buggy swear-fest. The best part of the game is the dialog, which is all summed up in the cheesy rap in the end credits. So, here, save yourself $60 and watch this .
Summary: In Rogue Warrior, inspired by Marcinko’s bestselling novels and based loosely on his own military experiences, you play as “Demo Dick” Marcinko, where you are sent on a clandestine operation to disrupt a suspected North Korean ballistic missile program.
Conclusion: Rockstar Games aren't known for their subtlety. The Grand Theft Auto series is one of the most violent ever created and 2003's Manhunt was blamed as the sole cause of a murder. Their latest game is based on the 1979 classic film "The Warriors" and turns out to be one of the most surprising action games of the year. Can you dig it?
Excerpt: Zu einer Zeit, als Zeus der Allmächtige über Götter und Menschen herrschte, brach ein unerbittlicher Krieg zwischen zwei Städten aus. Dieser Krieg sollte den Olymp, Sitz der Götter, in seinen Grundfesten erschüttern. Zwei große Armeen kämpfen hier jedoch nicht um ihre Heimat oder ihr Land, sondern um die Liebe einer Frau. Sie entscheiden in Warriors: Legend of Troy , ob Sie das trojanische oder griechische Heer in die Schlachten führen wollen.