#1
hey just wondering if anyone has ever played this game. its on xbox 360 and PS3.
i just finished it a few days ago on the 360 and i really think it was one of the best games ive played.
#2
I thought this was going to be about that crappy rock band.
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#3
It's awesome, especially because Mike Patton is in it
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#4
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It's awesome, especially because Mike Patton is in it


im kinda ashamed to think that i had never heard of the guy until i finished the game and heard an awsome song by tomahawk in the credits. now since ive completed the game ive been trying to listen to everything hes done
#5
Absolutely amazing game, though the controls are a bit loose; Its nothing that can't be adjusted too, just something where the moment you start playing you think "huh, the controls a bit loose". Thats my only complaint though. It is also very nice to finally have a game with a legitimate one-player campaign in a slew of games gone bat**** crazy over online multiplayer.

And still, how can you dislike a game that has a 'Devour Heart' mechanic?
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#6
The game looks great, hopefully it is, because I need something to make up for the atrocity known as "Tranformers: The Game". Movie>Game.
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#8
Bah, this game is pretty much the reason I want a 360. But alas, I have no money...

#9
I have a few complaints about it...

The laggy multi, the 10 hours worth of game play, and the not so hard ai enemies.

The game is like a damn movie though, its dope.
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