Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: D3 Publisher Xbox 360 games
Description:Manufacturer: D3 / Genre: Action & Shooter / Release Date: 2009 / Get ready for a fictional account of the world's most ... more
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Customer Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard (Xbox 360) Reviews (7)
by - written on 07/06/12 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Eat Lead puts you at the helm of fictional Computer Game character, Matt Hazzard, as he attempts to relaunch his gaming career with a new game after decades left languishing in virtual limbo. But a recently appointed Top Executive at the Game Developers, Marathon Megasoft, has other ideas and intends this latest game installment to be Matts last and, to this end, starts pitting him up against all his old enemies spanning several generations of game consoles. Soon Matt finds himself up against Zombies, generic Nazi soldiers, Sace Marines and Cowboys as he fights quite literally to survive. Could this be the end of Matt Hazzard or can he face up against his own past and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Have you ever heard of a website called Metacritic? You may not have, but games publishers certainly have. It is a site that collates all the reviews of a game into one handy number so that publishers can point at it and say - success, or failure. The problem is that not all web sites and magazines follow the same system. One site may give %, another out of 10, another A to E. Therefore, Metacritic take it upon themselves to give a % to all the different scores e.g. C+ is now 70%. This is a deeply flawed system as different people are harsher than others. I respect a 9 out of 10 a lot more from Edge magazine than Official Playstation. It may seem frivolous to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Matt Hazard, oh dear, oh dear, oh dear! I recently purchased this game to a recommendation from others claiming that it was funny, and that it certainly is! While the humour is oozing with quality, the actual gameplay and graphics side aren't quite so good... While the graphics aren't that bad, they certainly aren't great - bad character design and bland textures riddle this game and make it seem like a budget game (which it is, i might add!) The gameplay is very simple and consists of running, shooting, picking up guns, shooting, watching cutscenes, shooting and shooting. There are very few set-pieces and the gameplay gets extremely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Matt Hazard was a character Id not heard of until playing this game so I wasn't sure quite to expect, You play as the titular character Matt Hazard, he is quite an interesting character who is aware he is in a video game and likes to make humorous comments. The game Eat Lead is meant to be Matts return to glory after a slew of cash in titles including his very own brand of kart racing! The twist is the games creator wants to do Matt in by the end of the game..! This game is basically a game that pokes fun at video games themselves, you will bump into such characters as the Master Chef, a parody of the Halo Franchises Master Chief, Altos ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Useful, 18 readings)
Eat Lead: The return of matt hazard isn't what I would call a hardcore competitive game, it falls more into the category of have fun and shoot anything that moves, with a water pistol, you think I'm joking, the aim of the game is basically to shoot everything that moves and complete the objectives. The graphics are OK but they are a bit more cartoon than 'good' graphics, the scenery is good seeing as you sometimes have to climb through walls, the characters are really funny, the first level you are taking it all in and fighting cartoon enemies, next thing your fighting someone out of SOCOM. The Gameplay is probably the best bit, because it is a ... Read the complete review
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