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The Cursed Crusade - Xbox 360

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  • The Old World will burn: Embark on a contentious quest for retribution spanning five chapters and more than 30 missions that promises to bring fire, death, and destruction to the great cities of medieval Europe.
  • A Templar Cursed: Transform the world around you into a flaming red vision of Hell, increasing your strength and your ability to perceive hidden things, all at the expense of your humanity.
  • Brotherhood of Steel: Split-screen or online, recruit a friend to assume control of the thief, Esteban, to join in the excitement of shared adventure.
  • Intense, visceral 3rd-person action: Easy to grasp yet deep in its execution, a weapon-based combat engine features over 90 combos, 130+ weapons, and a timing-based counter system.
  • The Old World will burn: Embark on a contentious quest for retribution spanning five chapters and 40 missions that promises to bring fire, death, and destruction to the great cities of medieval Europe.
  • A Templar Cursed: Transform the world around you into a flaming red vision of Hell, increasing your strength and your ability to perceive hidden things, all at the expense of your humanity.
  • Brotherhood of Steel: Split-screen or online, recruit a friend to assume control of the thief, Esteban, to join in the excitement of shared adventure.
  • Intense, visceral 3rd-person action: Easy to grasp yet deep in its execution, a weapon-based combat engine features over 90 combos, 130+ weapons, and a timing-based counter system.

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Platform: Xbox 360

Set at the end of the 12th century and centered around a pair of cursed warriors fighting to save their souls, The Cursed Crusade marries the beauty and wonder of medieval Europe with thrilling adventure and dark fantasy.

Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B004A88W8K
Release date October 25, 2011
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3.5 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #20,101 in videogames
#1,261 in Video Games > Xbox 360 > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I have been interested in The Cursed Crusade for a while now, I enjoyed the demo but then reviews began coming out and were trashing the game pretty good so I wavered a bit on picking it up or not, however I had a 20 dollar gift card so I figured it would only set me back 20 bones so why not?

The Cursed Crusade is obviously not a AAA title as evidenced by it's small unknown development team and it's starting price of only 39.99 however while playing the game you can tell that the devs really did care about the game and did the absolute best they could with what they had. For starters the graphics are a mixed bag, they range from ugly to generic to decent to good to pretty darn cool looking (the cursed world). One thing that always looks quite good are the main character models, both Denz and Esteban look good and have some really nice animations.

Voice acting is again a mixed bag, the voice actors are at least trying, some are bad and some are decent and I would say that the decent outways the bad so the voice acting has not been a distraction for me. Its a good thing to that the voice acting is passable since there is a lot of it. The game contains a lot of cutscenes but the story has kept me interested thus far. The music score has been quite good and appropriate for the game.

Now on to the most important part of a game, the gameplay, a game can be the best looking and best sounding game ever but if the actual gameplay is a broken mess then whats the point?
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I downloaded the demo for The Cursed Crusade while trying to sludge my way through the mess that is Hunted. Man, Bethesda shoulda called Atlus, because for everything that was wrong with Hunted was pretty well fixed with TCC. Apparently I wasn't the only one who decided to hit up this little title, because within days of the demo hitting XBL, every GameStop in the area was sold out of it (Best Buy never did have it).

Here's a quick run-down:
* Controls: are responsive and intuitive, simple enough to pick up and run with yet with enough of a combo tree that combo-techies won't feel neglected.

* Story: I felt the story is pretty immersive, thanks to brief "chore" levels (similar to in the demo when you push the portcullis-thing to the gate before the shooting begins).

* Graphics: the graphics back up the story admirably, especially while in hell view. While the backgrounds and texturing can occasionally look a little "early-gen"ish, the character models are sharp and the animations stayed fluidly on-par with Assassin's Creed.

* Co-op: the most important for me is the local co-op (I like to play with my pals, so I don't buy games without it). Here TCC proves well-thought out. In too many games the title character so dominates the game that the secondary character is just along for the ride, but here Esteban feels like a fully-fleshed character in his own right.
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The Cursed Crusade came out of nowhere and totally surprised me. I picked it up at game stop for 14.99. The game is essentially a low budget version of Assassins Creed, but there is much more sword play and bloody carnage. This is what a sword fighting game should be like. The graphics are good, not great, but who really cares? The story is solid, the voice acting is decent, and the ability to play in two realms is awesome. The controls are intuitive and easy to learn, as well as the combos. The bottom line is that this is a really fun game that should be judged on it's merits. If there were more games like this on the market, there would be a lot of smiling faces all across the world. It is too bad that this game did not get the media attention it deserved. If you like swordplay and carnage, this game is for you. There are so many games out there for 60 bucks that don't hold a candle to this game. Rent it or buy it, you will not be disappointed.
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If you're looking for a game about the crusades, Templars, and unrequited love, look no further. The Cursed Crusade follows the lives of Denz and Esteban, two men that share the same unique abilities and thirst for adventure. The game is a standard third person hack and slash with manageable controls. It's really the story that carries this one. A surprisingly progressive game about forbidden love in the Middle Ages. Check it out!
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This is easily one of the worst games I've ever played on the XBox 360.
Firstly, the cutscene / graphics / voice-over is utterly pathetic. It's like an old game from the original XBox or something.
Second, the plot/story is so bad, just so, so dumb, I skipped all cutscenes after the first dozen that were so boring.
Third, gameplay is atrocious. Block the guy about to attack you, hack and slash randomly, block mid-swing because some other guy is about to hit you. Repeat ad-nauseum. Not even challenging. I didn't even know you could die until I was 1/3 way through the game.
Fourth, terrible, terrible game progression. You can be stuck in one spot with waves upon waves of guys coming at you, all because you didn't take a step forward into the correct doorway or hallway. Speaking on that, many MANY times it's impossible to know where to go next or what to do next.
And I still have no idea what is up with the switch to the devil/hell demon guy. Ugh this game is so dumb. Even for the ten bucks I spent on it, it's way too much. I flew through the game to win it, only to see the utterly crummy game end graphics. Stupid, stupid game. Anyone involved in it's creation should be ashamed.
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