Okay, for starters, I need to clarify that the Warriors is one of my absolute favorite movies. I can't explain why, and I feel I don't have to, which further proves my conviction for this film. Cheesy, campy, but awesome.
Which brings me to the greatest video game ever made. The entire cast was brought back to portray the voice acting (and since it was little more than a B movie, it probably wasn't very hard). The graphics are incredible, and every step of the way is a true to form video game version of a very cool movie.
That wasn't very descriptive, I know. Envision everything Rockstar has ever done good. It's Manhunt on steroids, an artistic and stylish San Andreas (the gang factor, no go anywhere do anything). Stealing car stereos, mugging, tagging with spray paint, and breaking and entering are all portrayed by simple "mini-games". The fighting system is akin to Spider-Man; pounding X can work, but mastering all the grapples will be much more beneficial. Every aspect of a great and beautifully done game is great and beautiful.
Gotta give it a 10, only because I'm a huge fan of the movie. Even if you've never heard of the movie, check this game out. It will not disappoint, unless you're expecting San Andreas.
Hold nothing sacred and you'll never be dissapointed. Especially not this statement.
Originally posted by JaguarTake a look at the registration card. It's got all the normal stuff and then at the bottom it says "Please tell us, in ten words or less, what is wrong with the world: ____________________"
"Jack Thompson" fits in that blank.
Vanilla Ice on stardom: "I had a weekend that lasted a couple of years."
Come on, Warzone was how a control method should be implemented. Remembering button combo's for the heavy moves and finishers. That way they were easier to avoid/get a quick jab in. OK ,this did encourage Super Turtle Defense (TM)