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The Club - Xbox 360
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- Rise Through the Ranks of The Club. As one of eight fighters, blast your way through five single player game modes including: Sprint, Time Attack, Survivor, Siege, and Run the Gauntlet.
- Earn Respect Online. Shoot your way to the top of the leader boards in over nine cut-throat multiplayer modes. You will face-off with 15 real-time opponents online or battle with your friends offline in 4-player split-screen action modes.
- "The Club is Global. Battle in eight unique real-world locations from around the globe, including war-torn cities, abandoned factories, steel mills and many more.
- "Extreme Gun Battles in Hazardous Environments. A motion blur camera system intensifies the adrenaline rush in both open range and close quarter firefights. Destroy and manipulate objects in the environment to your advantage.
- "Build up the highest score. A unique score-based accumulation system creates even more competition among players; the faster, more efficient and accurate that you are, the more points you will earn to unlock weapons, characters and maps.
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Platform: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
There's no saving humanity, no detailed world to explore, no need to bone up on military strategy or tactics. Instead, "The Club" boils down simply to this: how many people can you shoot, and how fast can you do it?
Sure, the game is thinly wrapped in a pulpy "Running Man"-style story casting you as one of eight characters, such as an extreme-sports thrill-seeker or a burly Russian hunter, drawn into an underground blood sport for the amusement of rich fans.
That's an excuse, if one was needed, for blasting your way through a variety of mostly industrial settings or fending off waves of attackers as you try to stay alive for a set period of time.
The twist in "The Club" is that you rack up points for each kill, and by stringing kills close together, you earn bonuses that multiply your points. Extra points are awarded for stylish moves like head shots, or breaking through a door and taking out opponents on the other side.
The graphics are decent but not spectacular given where we are in the Xbox 360's lifespan. Sound production is bordering on great, with the various weapons producing a variety of satisfyingly realistic blasts.
The best design element of the game is perhaps the control scheme, which is intuitive and simple, and is notable for the wonderful inclusion of a "quick spin" button that whirls you around 180 degrees in an instant. That's a useful trick when you are beset by foes on all sides, and hopefully will be something that makes its way into other games.Read more ›
The goal of the game is to reach the end of the level with highest possible score. In order to do this you must chain together combos, for instance shooting someone in the head with a bullet you ricocheted off a wall after having rolled across the floor will earn more points than just shooting your enemies in the head. Each kill adds more time to your kill bar, which acts as a multiplier. The higher the kill bar, the more points you earn for a kill.
The levels are short, but there can be a lot of action in each level. It all depends on how well you play, and how many cool combos you can string together. With short levels comes a short game. There's maybe 6 hours, if that of gameplay. But if you like to hunt for achievements than you'll a bit more time especially if you try to get them without help.
All in all, this game is worth picking up if you find for a good price. I paid about $16 or so, not bad...would rather have paid less but it's not worth griping about. And there's never anyone playing online, although I found about 6 people who were on it on day...but you need 8 in order to start a match.
Oh and the leaderboards are filled with cheaters. On most of the boards you'll see the #1 guy with 2-4 million points, which is normal and than 2nd place with 200,000-300,000 and 3rd place will have 1-2 million points! Obviously the guy in 2nd cheated. Plus that guy in 2nd place will have the same score on multiple boards for that tournament.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The game arrived in good condition but the game itself is quite lame. I stopped playing nag it after about 15mins and never put it back in the Xbox.Published 1 month ago by L.Smith
I understand that it is one of Xbox 360's first games, but wow, it can be a little on the cheesy side, and in incredibly easy to play. It is a cool concept, and that I'll give it.Published on March 8, 2014 by Joseph D. Slater
I purchased this for my boyfriend. It is fun and he likes it. Been playing it fir a few days and he hasnt't gotten tired of itPublished on December 30, 2013 by Amanda Lynne
Honestly- this is one of the generations sleepers. Overlooked and very fun- this game oozes good presentation and straight fun. Read morePublished on March 27, 2010 by GJS
The Club. I got this for $10 brand new from Amazon and I love it. I beat it in 3 days playing sparingly but its online play and multiplayer is awesome. For $60, no no no no no. Read morePublished on March 8, 2010 by NJ Red Knight
This game is a generic arcade style game. It is boring and repetitive. Knowing what I know now, I wouldn't have taken this game if it was given to me.Published on May 9, 2009 by Jeremy R. Byrd
Superb Arcade Shooter!
Fans of Sega unite, and support them. We need more arcade games.
I have had a blast with this game. I cannot recommend it enough. Read more
I was able to purchase The Club out of the bargain bin on Black Friday and found this game to be pleasantly suprising. Read morePublished on December 18, 2008 by Matt Devine