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The Warriors - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
113 customer reviews
Metascore: 84 / 100
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  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • ESRB: Teen
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Platform: PlayStation2

A battle of gigantic proportions is looming in the neon underground of New York City. The army of the night numbers 100,000 strong, and tonight they're all after the "Warriors"- a street gang wrongly accused of killing a rival gang leader. The Warriors must make their way from one end of New York to their turf on the other side of the city. All that stands between The Warriors and their survival are 20 miles and thousands of street gang members. The army of gangs owns the streets and there's no turning back, The Warriors must fight for their lives and learn the meaning of loyalty as danger and uncertainty emerges from the city night.

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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B0001AVZ5I
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,723 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 12, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
What do you get when you take Walter Hill's 1979 cult classic the Warriors and combine it with the folks behind the controversial Grand Theft Auto series? You get this PS2 beat 'em up masterwork from Rockstar, that's what. The Warriors is a brutal, intense, and above all fun and addicting, video game that must be played to be believed. You don't need to be familiar with the film to get into the game, as it is easily accessible for anyone looking for some great beat 'em up action. The game begins months before the murder of gang leader Cyrus, and you must fight, maim, abd rob to achieve the street cred needed to be a true Warrior. And, as mentioned before, this game is a pure beat 'em up, but unlike other games of the genre, it rarely gets repetitive or boring. Throughout the game, you'll also get to collect protection money, looting shops, and being involved in chases with rival gangs. The enemy AI is actually challenging, but there are some spots where the Warriors does come up a bit short. There are situations in the game where stealth will need to be relied on, and it isn't utilized here well at all, but it's not too big of an issue. The graphics aren't anything special either, and there are plenty of noticeable graphical glitches throughout the game, but they don't detract from the gameplay. The controls are relatively easy to get ahold of, and the sound and score are excellent throughout. The dialogue (which features many of the film's returning cast members) and story aren't for the faint hearted (and that is to be expected with a game of this type), but it perfectly fits the tone of the film and gives the game an intense "kill or be killed" atmosphere. All in all, fans of the film will no doubt love this game, but for those who never saw the Warriors but enjoy games like the GTA series or Max Payne, it is still suggested to pick this game up, because it is highly unlikely you'll play a better beat 'em up on the market today or in the future.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C_Suttree on October 20, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I'm only about thirty percent of the wat through the game, but so far Rockstar, in usual fashion, has gotten this one right.

A lot of people are comparing it to GTA, which I think is somewhat accurate when it comes to the mission-based structure of the game. The atmosphere and layout of the environments is far more similar to Manhunt (minus several degrees of creepiness). The playability within those environments is unlike either game, as there is no gunplay, and the fighting interface is far more advanced than either GTA or Manhunt. And while you can hide in shadows and distract enemies with thrown bricks and bottles, that's pretty much the extent of the overlap with the sound/shadow focus of Manhunt. There's also the comforting fact that most of the time, if you do get spotted or caught, you're going to be able waste whomever's after you anyway. As far as the general playability, the lack of slowdown when there are 18 or more brawlers on the screen is astounding. The ability to control your character in the mayhem is extremely smooth. The one drawback in that regard may be the difficulty in rapidly cycling between targets when deciding whom to attack. That's one instance where the targeting system that first appeared in GTA:VC would have been helpful. I should also mention the Warlord commands, which your character can give whenever there's one or more Warriors alongside. This interface I was slightly apprehensive about, fearing something overly complicated and difficult to use on the fly. It's neither. There are six orders you can give the other Warriors, they're issued to the group as a whole, and all can be easily issued in a split-second. You're basically telling them fight, trash something, scatter, follow you, etc.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. Parker on October 26, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Reviewers should not give a lower rating to a game based on the fact that it might be violent or an unsuitable game for younger audiences. Games today are not just for kids. You wouldn't let your 10 year old see an NC17 movie would you?? Didn't think so. Wake up, games are no longer made just for kids. That being said on to the game, I'm a fan of the '79 Hill film of the same name. The Warriors by Rockstar in my opinion is the best game adapted from a movie. Rockstar was not only able to follow the cult movie to a T but it also delved a little deeper by going back and showing how the Warriors War Chief Cleon started the Warriors, along with how other members came to be. The cut scenes are great and the game play is even greater. This isn't your repetitious mash the buttons fighting game, it combines everthing from stealth, B&E, muggings, and backing up your fellow Warriors when they get into with cops and rival gangs. Some reviewers are saying the graphics aren't that good, in my mind they are great when you have 15 of the Furies chasing after you and your fellow Warriors and the game play never slows. The camera angles at times can be frustrating but these are very seldom to even worry about. In all if your a fan of the movie or have never seen it you'll have hours of ass kicking ahead of you with this extremely well done adaptation. Can you dig it!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Steph on May 14, 2006
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I have been a fan of the Grand Theft Auto games for quite a while. Always WAITING for the the next one to come out.

I am a SERIOUS fan of the original Warriors movie. It is one if my favorite movies of all time...yes I am showing my age. :)

Sooo...when I heard there was a game coming out based on The Warriors, I was excited. Then I was scared it was going to be crappy. THEN I got excited all over again because I heard that Rockstar was goingto be making it!

Needless to say, I was NOT disappointed. I can't seem to put the game down!

I tried to get my husband to play it with me, but he can't seem to handle the split screen thing when the characters get too far from one another.

That's ok with me though...because when I play it alone I don't have to worry about what he is doing wrong to mess up the level! lol

My daughter's 17 year old boyfriend loves this game and we were talking about it today. He didn't even know that it was based on a movie. So, he ran out to get the movie. YES, I have recruited another Warriors fan!

I am SOOO enjoying this game and would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone.
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