posted by Blackcage1 (BEAVER FALLS, PA) Jul 30, 2012
Member since Jul 2012
I have played X blades for only a few days and I think that its the most awsome game anyone can play. But I'm having a problem with this one level that I'm hoping I'll beat soon. But if anyone can help me that would be great. Well goodbye
posted by Scythe_88 (PHILADELPHIA, PA) Jan 28, 2012
Member since Jan 2012
This game reminds me of the DMC series: fast paced action, skill upgrades, and great music. But the main problem is the horrid map. I found myself running in circles wondering where the next stage is but that's my only problem. Not a good buy but a great rental...
posted by Firehawk87 (PITTSBURGH, PA) Aug 14, 2009
Member since Jan 2009
gamers (100%) found this review helpful
Well, this game has rather good graphics. I don't know what everyone is complaing about. I mean if you have a next-gen console then you should also have a 1080p big screen tv with HDMI interface. I found the graphics to be very awesome and really bright.
The gameplay and the storyline isnt that great. For one, at times you just wish you could advance to the next level. There are times that you have to battle monsters that fly and you can't get much energy/mana/w.e and when that happens just click R1 or w.e you have as the shoot button and keep moving. I just wish that the movement of the character was a bit better because at times its hard to jump and control ayumi. I will say that some of the monsters are a pain. Such as those stupid tri-legged things. Urgh they aggrivated me. Also I would suggest that you buy all of the upgrades you can before you defeat the dark knight in the temple. I'd suggest that you rent it before you buy it. Also idk how they do it but the people who beat it in six hours are insane. I have yet to defeat it and I played it for 10-12 hours. If you want a good game with good graphics and is long and has a better gameplay. you can't go wrong with Fallout3. Btw I will say that for a video game character Ayumi is rather hot. I mean her clothing leaves practically nothing to the imagination. Btw it is rather repetitive.