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Darksiders: Wrath of War Video Games for Microsoft (Xbox 360)

Darksiders: Wrath of War Video Games for Microsoft (Xbox 360)
alaAverage 3.9

8 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of Darksiders: Wrath of War Video Games for Microsoft (Xbox 360). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Opinions about the design and usability are overall positive. The story and gameplay also get good views. There are some mixed reviews about the price.

graphics, gameplay, story, usability, design

On average, users rate this product 78/100.

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Darksiders is a Modern Cult Classic

 

I've said it a million times before, but it bears repeating: I love videogames, but I tend to dislike most gamers. The reasons I dislike most of my game-playing brethren are numerous - and recounting them all would be well beyond the scope of this...

Solid gameplay, good story

Becomes a little too puzzle-oriented in the latter stages

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One of the best puzzle-action games out there!

 

If you are a fan of Zelda this game is for you. More gore of course but it plays allot like it. Or any puzzle type game, basically you go into a bunch of dungeons with random monster fights here and there. Fast paced with awesome weapons. I personally...

Fast-paced, cheap price, good smooth game play. Easy to adapt to this great game

The puzzles will be annoying, also the monster fights are to short

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New IP with elements of Zelda, Portal and God of War

 

Great game that has lots of gameplay elements from games like Zelda, Portal and God of War mixed up in a very cool new IP. You have gadgets like Link, you fight and has combos like in God of War, and you make portals just like in the Portal game....

Graphics, Easy to Use, Great Sound

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kind of fun

 

This game is fun and at the end of the world scenario its alot of fun to play it.. the missions are really cool too. I never really get bored but i get mad at the game alot.

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A Few Seals Short of Apocolyptic

 

It seems that politics is inescapable, even for Heaven and Hell. When years of warring begin to threaten the fledgeling world of Man, a non-partisan Council decrees a truce that will last as long as Seven Seals remain intact. Once mankind has...

Stunning art style and solid voicework. The idea is a good one

Tries to do too much, and excels at nothing

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I was told it was Zelda meets God of War and I would agree!

 

Ok so first off I would have to say that I was kind of skeptic about the whole "Zelda/God of War" reference it received (let's face it.....both games are EPIC in their own right!), but I have to say that I was truly happy to find that it did have those...

Graphics, Challenging, Great Design

Puzzles can get hard for most

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Darksiders: The fun of the end of days comes home.

 

Last year Virgil Games alongside publisher THQ announced Darksiders, a game where you play as one of the four horsemen during the end of days. Game play footage made the game seem like yet another God of War clone, so it wasn't that much of a surprise...

Art style, combat basics, lengthy playtime, some voices overs

Combat system not deep enough, no replay value, balance issues

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A great game to start the new year

 

I first heard about Darksiders from watching E3 trailers on youtube and found out that one of my favorite comic book artists Joe Madureira was one of the lead designers on the game and I wanted to see how that translated into the 3d gaming world, and...

Good story, gameplay, graphics, and a lot of fun

Not much replay value