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Be prepared for a no holds barred fighter. It has good graphic 0

 I've been playing this game for a few years now. This game gets classified as a fighter/wrestling game. Now I don't know much about wrestling games, but as a fighter and multiplayer fighting game, Def Jam FFNY is one of my favorites.Why? Well, besides being able to unlock characters in the single player game, the story and solo play in this game is extremely solid for a fighting game. Your character you build during story mode is usable in multiplayer, and in solo mode, you have plenty of compe...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Be prepared for a no holds barred fighter. Compared to the XBox v 0

 I've been playing this game for a few years now. This game gets classified as a fighter/wrestling game. Now I don't know much about wrestling games, but as a fighter and multiplayer fighting game, Def Jam FFNY is one of my favorites.Why? Well, besides being able to unlock characters in the single player game, the story and solo play in this game is extremely solid for a fighting game. Your character you build during story mode is usable in multiplayer, and in solo mode, you have plenty of compe...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

It doesn't get much better than this as a party game. Feel the sa 0

(This review has been written previously)   Worms cost me $10 on XBLA a couple months ago and I've put in over 200 games already. For me its worth the price. It has been called very bare bones in presentation, but I received what I wanted: Great multiplayer.It is getting more difficult to find really good party multiplayer games for a single console. This game delivers the easy to pick up, casual playing for a group in a living room, along with good XBL gaming. My only complaint with XBL is drop...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

For as little depth as the game has, I found myself playing it fo 0

(previously written review)   Flow isn't a style of game that we're used to. It is more like an experience. You begin the game with a small 'bacteria like creature' that turns and responds to the tilting of the PS3 controller and button presses that boost speed. The sixaxis controller tilting worked great, I found that the boost wasn't too helpful.Note: This game just for the time I put into it was worth the price.You take your creature through each enclosed (invisible barriers) area eating, avo...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A great game if it was for the PS2 0

 Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom should have been a PS2 game that came out a few years ago. There isn't anything next gen about it. Before I get into it, if you like games like Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance, Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows, or Champions of Norrath, this game may be worth playing - but not @ the $60 it costs now (this was written when the game first came out). I like to set price threshholds where the game is actually worth buying.Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom - $24.99 is about what its worth...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.