posted by therabidfrog (BOCA RATON, FL) Jan 11, 2012
Member since Jan 2012
As a game that was built with motion controlls in mind I would not recommend playing it with a standard controller only like I did. Your time with the game is mostly spent wandering down linear hallways and fighting carbon copy enemeies on your way to one of ten bosses. Unfortunately boss fights, though colorful, mainly consist of holding block until you find an opening and then mashing on the attack button.
The game has an irreverent, yet extremly childish, sense of humour and an amusing asthetic that may or may not make it all worth it for you, but aside from the bland fighting there's little else to do outside of cruise around a mostly empty world kicking open dumpsters and playing the brief and tedious mini games. I can see the game offering a more visceral appeal providing you have the Move, but everyone else should stay away.
ok no more heroes the game has problems i played with a regular controller and sometimes the button commands don't work and can be very misleading and a lot button mashing and when you fight a boss the camera angle may screw you over a few times and they added extra content in this version adding new bosses that are from the 2nd game and the difficultty is kinda misleading too sweet mode is normal and mild is hard so im giving this game a 5.5 out a 10 it had potentional but didn't execute it right
posted by osution25 (LOS ANGELES, CA) Nov 13, 2011
Member since Jul 2011
when i first saw the game i thought it would be great, but the controls are kind of foreseen( like you know its to good to be true), no jumping (need that), but the side missions are funny then again boring after a couples of times. limited walking and driving action and feels weird controlling with. The story is nice and the boss are satisfying to deal with =)
5/10 needs more open roaming about, better fighting system & options, like the blood&gore and humor " my spleen!!!"