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The Warriors: Street Brawl (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay and action. The multi player mode and story are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the single player gameplay and AI.

graphics, story, multi player, action, gameplay

AI, single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the The Warriors: Street Brawl (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 74/100 = Good quality.

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The Warriors: Street Brawl

 

Was Coney Island really worth it?

A few techniques are thrown in to make the missions last as long as possible. There's the reinforcement periods where waves of enemies come at you and you're tasked with taking them out before the next one. But more always arrive before there's any way...

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The Warriors: Street Brawl

 

"The Warrior: Street Brawl" is a fun game at it's core, but broken AI ruins a potentially awesome beat'em up experience.

Classic arcade action ; Very fast-paced ; Simple to pick up and play ; Fairly long for a beat'em up title ; Lag-free multiplayer

Lacking visual quality ; Very disappointing soundtrack ; Overly intelligent AI on lower difficulty settings ; Special moves and weaponry are very underpowered

Unless you're a serious beat'em up addict, this is a game that can be tucked away and easily forgotten.

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The Warriors: Street Brawl

 

The Warriors is one of those games that shouldn't have worked. It's a video game based on a thirty year old movie with next to no story and very few likeable characters. Yet the developers managed to not only turn this 2004 Xbox/PlayStation (and...

Five years ago Rockstar Games stunned the critics with their amazing retelling of The Warriors. Here we are in 2009 and the publisher is back with a brand new Xbox Live Arcade game. Unfortunately The Warriors: Street Brawl completely forgets what was...

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The Warriors: Street Brawl [Xbox 360]

 

In 1979, Sol Yurick's 1965 novel, The Warriors, was  adapted for the big screen. It is now a cult film set in the gang-infested streets of New York City in which The Warriors, a gang from Coney Island, have just been framed for the shooting of the most...

Nostalgic features in some parts ; Neat and tidy graphics ; Fun to play with friends

Unnecessarily difficult for solo players ; Very simplistic and relatively repetitive game-play ; Limited variety in AI

It may be worth checking out the trial version for fans of the film who are partial to a casual beat-em up. Otherwise, the game is a weak arcade fighter when stuff like Marvel vs Capcom 2 are available on the same level of distribution.

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The Warriors: Street Brawl Review (Xbox 360)

 

earlier this year), doesn't succeed in either of these areas. Sure, as an XBLA side-scrolling brawler it isn't expected to meet the same standards as a big budget retail release. However, even within its intended genre, it disappoints in a number of...

but in that game I had a flamethrower to help thin the pack. Not only is it nearly impossible to break out of these crowds, but just identifying your particular gangbanger among the huddle of ’70s-style black leather, blue jeans, headbands and vests...

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The Warriors | The Warriors: Street Brawl (2009) on Xbox 360

 

Had the gameplay been more enjoyable, it'd probably be great to hear that the game supports up to four players and boasts a story, arcade, versus, and boss battle mode to amplify its replay value. There's just not much of a reason to care, unfortunately

Sucking the excitement out of gang warfare.

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The Warriors: Street Brawl

 

You won't want to come out to play with this clunky beat-'em-up.

Fans of the movie will appreciate the settings and enemy gangs

Padded levels make the campaign long and dreary ; Poor fighting flow and cheating, cheap-shot enemies ; Too dark and gritty to feel like the movie ; Murky visuals and oddly modern music

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