this game still looks pretty cool. If you think about it since it came out in 2005. I wonder if they will make a 5th one.
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Greg Kasavin gives the final word on the first fighting game to land on the Xbox 360.
Serentor, its not really master chief.. they originally wanted to include him but due to problems of copyright and stuff they included kind of a female clone of him named Nikole or some crap like that
since I'm a newbie, I said at first, "why is normal mode so hard?" probably cause the demo is hard if your a begginer. but really, I don't like how there are such low costumes, like for kasumi, there is 7, and in doau there is what,- 20?
ishoturface and Gamelova08 it is not the master chief, although it is a Spartan. Spartan 458 I believe. It is a female spartan called Nicole. She rocks :) and yes, the reviewer has spoiled all the hidden characters with the footage of this review.
@ishoturface, Actually yes, he is. Greg was saying something about "Unlocking some of the hidden characters"....I suppose he spoiled one of the hidden characters? After all, it IS an Xbox360 exclusive.
It seems to me like game sites like this are starting to either under-rate (like this game) or over-rate games. And also, even though this review is good, some of the reviews on GameStop are horrible compared to how they used to be. And the things that they say are negative I don't even notice most of the time, not due to ignorance but just because I don't care about whether my character's hair flows correctly as long as it is at least semi-realistic.
This is game is extremelly underrated. Not only does it feature some of the best graphics and cutscenes, the gameplay easily trumps every other fighter. There is a combo system which actually works (almost every single attack and be reversed), the combat is more diverse than just huge combos or button mashing, and even without these things I don't see what makes any fighting game better than this. P.S. this is not my favorite installment because they added a down attack but it still wins in the genre. and there is a Spartan (girl).
this looks very good and since tekken 6 is taking forever i might try a new flavor of 3d fighting. the interactive enviroments look fun
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