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NeverDead - Xbox 360

by Konami
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
29 customer reviews
Metascore: 52 / 100
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  • Live forever and become immortal through a unique decapitation and regeneration mechanic that offers a different approach to 3rd Person Action game play. Detach your arm and use it as an exploding detonation device against the enemy, or tear off your head and use it as a scout within the level design
  • Fight in critical situations making use of the hero's immortality! Get electrocuted and shoot electric bullets, catch on fire and use your body as a light source, fight enemies in a hurricane or on the highway among passing cars and several other invigorating environments
  • Combination of various weaponry at your disposal including an array of guns for long-range attacks. Whip out the Butterfly Blade to slash and destroy what is in front of you
  • Online co-operative and competitive Challenges against the enemy or each other. Play with up to 4 players and outwit those you're going against using the decapitation/regeneration elements as strategy
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Platform: Xbox 360

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Konami NeverDead 30122 PC Games

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Over 500 years have passed since a mortal named Bryce Boltzmann endured a life-altering tragedy at the hands of Astaroth, the Demon King. His wife murdered, left defeated and rendered immortal, he now moves through life without aspirations other than where he will find his next drink. Lending a hand to the clandestine group, the National Anti-Demon Agency(NADA), he pursues redemption through the extermination of demonic forces within the modern day world along with his agency partner, Arcadia.

NeverDead is a third person action/shooter offering a radically new game experience within the genre based on decapitation and regeneration. Lose any limb and still have the ability to endure the fight as death has already passed you by...

Features

  • Live forever and become immortal through a unique decapitation and regeneration mechanic that offers a different approach to 3rd Person Action gameplay. Detach your arm and use it as an exploding detonation device against the enemy, or tear off your head and use it as a scout within the level design.
  • Fight in critical situations making use of the hero's immortality! Get electrocuted and shoot electric bullets, catch on fire and use your body as a light source, fight enemies in a hurricane or on the highway among passing cars and several other invigorating environments.
  • Combination of various weaponry at your disposal including an array of guns for long-range attacks. Whip out the Butterly Blade to slash and destroy what is in front of you.
  • Online co-operative and competitive "Challenges" against the enemy or each other. Play with up to 4 players and outwit those you're going against using the decapitation/regeneration elements as strategy.
  • Destroy the world you are in as wide-ranging destructible environments will influence how players take out the enemy. Large-scale destruction includes entire buildings, or smaller-scale destruction with pillars, the floor and interior wall sections.
  • Enhance character abilities with an experience leveling system that ramps up player abilities, weapon power and unlocking content within the game.
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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B003O6E7AG
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 31, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,082 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Chris Redfield on February 6, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
I had been looking forward to Neverdead since it was first announced back in 2010. The premise of a wise-cracking 500 year old immortal who could crumble to pieces and reassemble himself, seemed like it could be fun. I was a fan of UK developer Rebellion's Alien vs. Predator games and with Konami publishing, I had high hopes. In 2011, they announced one of my favorite bands, Megadeth, would be including music in the title and the new trailer showed a bit of the main character, Bryce's backstory. Sadly, that backstory is cut into pieces in the final game and anyone who has seen that trailer knows the history that is teased a tiny bit after each level.

The final game has a few moments of brilliance mixed in with ultimately frustrating and unrealized gameplay. All the weapons Bryce seems to use, from handguns, machine pistols, assault rifle's, to his trusty sword, seem pretty unpowered. The damage factor could use some upping in my humble opinion since each "standard" enemy takes a ridiculous amount of hits to kill and you are often flooded by them onscreen. You also have some sort of charge timer on your sword, where the first few swings do slivers of damage, but then after that you do no damage for quite some time leading to your character having to run around or switch weapons.

After each level you can also spend points earned on new upgrades for Bryce. Sadly a lot of these don't make sense (Things like melee impulse increase?) or have little effect on your gameplay. It seems like the designers should have started Bryce with most of these upgrades and then worked up from there rather than making him pretty powerless with low damage and have to spend the entire game upgrading to hold his own.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Born on February 3, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
NeverDead is a curious beast. One of the main attractions of the game is the (hilarious in a good way) immortal nature of the main character. You can never die. Your limbs will be (frequently) dismembered, which lead in to you having to track them down to put yourself back together. The only problem is this is the games most frustrating element as well. It is fun the first ten or twelve times, then it gets old... fast. It seems like for ever good thing about NeverDead, there are two things that needed improvement.
The plot for this game is simple. The player controls a wisecracking human demon hunter named Bryce, who was cursed with immortality five hundred years ago by the demon king Astaroth. Now in modern times, he hunts demons for money and revenge with a female private investigator name Arcadia in order to stop a demonic invasion that has nearly destroyed the city, which is lead by Astaroth.
The graphics for NeverDead have a comic book feel to them, which works strongly in the games favor. This leads to some graphical glitches and slow downs that left me sighing and waiting for them to pass. It really detracts from the immersion when this occurred.
Bryce is capable of wielding dual firearms or a two-handed sword to dispatch his foes. There is a wide variety of weapons to play with. You are able to wield a different gun in each hand, which makes close quarter combat a lot of fun. Ranged enemies can take a dose of lead from the assault rifle whilst stragglers and hopeful ambushers are blown away by a shotgun blast. There's rarely need to zoom in and pick out targets, a spray and pray approach is encouraged as the enemies are thrown at you thick and fast. Enemies rarely provide any variation in attack, and this makes for a repetitive combat system.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 4, 2013
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
The idea of detaching your body seems pretty novel.... but it becomes such an annoyance if it happens the 700th time!!!! You explode in the slightest hit....

Bad voice acting
Uninteresting characters and story
Bad gunplay
Dumb ending (even after credits...)
Generic environments
Joke boss battles

the only good things i liked were:
Sword control
The puzzles
Certain songs of the soundtrack (most of it is generic and loops through each enemy encounter...)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David Kilmer on August 13, 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
This is a budget game. It isn't trying to be anything better. If you go into this game thinking you're gonna play the greatest game ever, you're gonna have a bad time. This game has solid mechanics, decent voice work, good graphics, and challenging gameplay. Sometimes too challenging. Around the end of the game the mechanics begin to get a bit frustrated, as the enemies will be knocking your body parts off with just a few hits. All of that aside, this is a game in the style of Devil May Cry, but with a slight change. You command your guns in the same way as any kind of third person shooter, but when you wish to use your sword, you must hold one button, and use the right analog stick to control the swords movement. I believe that it is a very innovative way to utilize the analog stick for a sword fighting game. Overall, if you are a fan of action adventure games such as Devil May Cry, Prince of Persia, or God of War, you should check out this game.
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It's been awhile since I've played this game, but I still wish to perhaps sway people's opinion or help them decide if they want to get this. At the current price of $10, it's an awesome game.

Story: From what I remember, you play as Bryce, a wise cracking, undead mercenary who kills demons for profit, and can dismember himself for whatever reason he may need. Demons are invading the city and you must quell their numbers. There's a little backstory as well that tells about Bryce and how he got his immortality.

Graphics: The graphics are very much like Crackdown, sort of cell-shaded. They look good and make playing the game a tad less bothersome. I did notice a few hiccups here and there, but nothing that will make the game unplayable.

Controls: The controls are rather simplistic once you get the hang of them, switching weapons, attacking, etc. There is really nothing that should give the average gamer any issues.

Music/Voice/Sound: First Bryce, his VA is David Lodge who played Kenpachi on Bleach, Jirya on Naruto and various roles in Power Rangers, he does an excellent job and is lines are always tongue in cheek. He alone makes the game something to play. The music is done my MegaDeth, a metal group, and works well with the game.

Other: There is an online piece, but I did not play it so I can't say how active the community is. Dying is tough, as you are undead, the only way I've died is having my head eaten by little demons. You can regenerate lost limbs without consequence.

Pros:
- Wise cracking Bryce makes the game very enjoyable
- You get to rip off your head!
- Bryce is rather unique

Cons:
- Gameplay does get repetitive
- Online community is, from what I've heard, lacking
- Little story at first
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