This game rocks the planet earth its like a bag of crisps everyone wants it. I highly rate this game its graphics are cool playability’s addictive and it’s quite fast too. If you don’t have a copy buy one and I guarantee you wont put it down. I really like the characters they are unique and really good the names are cool to! The game is so easy to pick up and the controls are basic even a child could play!! buy it today
This game is a fighting game that is made by Midway the creators of the Mortal Kombat series'. This game is a unique fighting game in that it features the most inventive weapons. The fighters each have a different weapon that they can use to their advantage in combat. The weapons range from shields to knives. This game has the weapons to distinguish itself from other fighting games and a solid fighting engine make this game a okay purchase. When you go to the store and see this game don't think it is the next Tekken or Street Fighter. This game doesn't have the depth of those series' titles but it is still fun. A solid rental. Gameplay: The gameplay in this fighter is a weapon based fighter. Each fighter has a weapon at their disposal but the unique thing is that the weapons are weilded to their bodies. That means that they can't get their weapon knocked out of their hand, unless of course, their hand is chopped off. That brings me to another point. During the course of a fight you may lose both of your arms and a leg but still win the fight. The losing of limbs is reminiscent of the arcade fighter Time Killers but this game is a 3D fighter. When a character loses a limb blood sprays all over the place making this game inappropriate for young children(hence the Mature rating). Even though this game bares little resemblance to the Street Fighter or Tekken series' it tries to mimic the control schemes of the two popular fighters. If you have played either of those games you will be at home with this game. The one problem with this game is that it becomes repetious after a fairly short amount of time. As I said this game is a great rental. Graphics: The graphics in this game are average. The environments are full 3D and quite detailed. They look way better than MK's did. The characters are designed weird and look downright strange in some cases. The characters have alot of detail for this type of fighter. This game doe
sn't contain much pop up at all. This game has a speedy framerate for such a visually enhanced game.This game is a rental at least to show off the great graphics. Sound: The sound in this game is above average. The music is well suited for the mode of this game. The music is dark and foreboding really enhancing the mood. The sound effects are also good. The character voices are also dark and foreboding making the game seem almost freaky at times. Well done!
Biofreaks is a cross between Tekkan(1,2 or 3) and soulblade. It has different levels where you can fight your way to higher stages, and battle against other freaks. It can be played in two player mode and and single player mode. Biofreaks are a group of odd looking people (freaks) they have special attacks and are capable of flying. It is a game played in different areana's. In some of these areana's you can fall in to traps (e.g. lava pits etc.) Arean's consist of different levels (height levels), which you can jump on and attack from. The Biofreaks have weapons and attacks like kicking and punching. Biofreaks was first introduced on Nintendo64. However graphics are better on playstation, and easier to control. I sat for hours learning new attacks, and moves. It is an adictive game. Biofreaks isn't designed for young children due to the fact that there is alot of blood etc. An examle of this is when you lose life the freaks arm falls off and blood spirts out of the shoulders. The game does come with an age limit of 12. If you feel it would worry your child I suggest not to buy it. I am unable to think of bad pionts (if you don't like the music you can always turn it off)and overall it is a good game (excluding the blood and gore). So i leave you to decide what you think of the game!
When WWF Attitude came out it was the best wrestling game unchallenged. Even now its Create-a-Wrestler mode is far superior to that of any other wrestling game. The wrestling game that followed Attitude, WWF Smackdown, lacked two important features that Attitude has. Firstly, a good Creat-a-Wrestler mode. On Smackdown there is hardly any selection available, and you can only select head, top and bottom instead of being able to select hair, facial features, hats, T-Shirts, vests, belts, trousers, shorts, boots, shoes, etc etc. And also Smackdown lacks commentary. One of Attitude's strongest points is that is has commentating.
The title of the game is an acronym for Biological Flying Robotic Enhanced Armored Killing Synthoids - which of course is referring to the eight fighters in the game, mutants with weapons fused directly to their bodies. Why? Well, the story is set in the future, after the United States has broken into separate regions, each run by a different corporation Each corporation has a fighter representing the company in battle. If a fighter wins the battle, his corporation takes over the other's territory. This fighting is a tough sport, a tough and bloody sport, even for cyborgs. Characters during a match may lose limbs, causing blood to spurt all over the place, including all over the "camera" - a neat effect the first few times that eventually becomes quite lame. Losing limbs will actually change the combos and moves that you are able to do. The control configuration is set up like Tekken, with additional buttons for firing weapons, using jump jets, and sidestepping. You have two bars at the top of the screen. One is the traditional life bar, and the other is a measure of your shield energy. The shield blocks projectile attacks (but is useless against every other attack) and collapses after too many hits. All of this can be seen from a camera that zooms in when the fighters are close together and zooms out when they are spaced apart, as in Samurai Shodown. Although the view is nice, it can be changed to an over-the-shoulder transparent first-person. Its presentation as a whole is high quality. With smooth character animations and incredible lighting effects, F.R.E.A.K.S. is, at least visually, one of the most impressive fighting games on the PlayStation. The sound effects and music are also quite good - the dark ominous character voices and fast-paced techno music are a perfect match for the harsh futuristic world that the game takes place in.