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Fairytale Fights - Playstation 3

3.5 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
Rated: Mature
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  • 3D Hack n Slash - platformer with a unique 1st time ever ‘dynamic slicing’ feature
  • Six unique worlds each with 4 sub levels that differ from each other
  • 4-player drop-in/drop-out coop mode

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Explore the darker side of your favorite fairytale characters in this Hack’N’Slash gore-fest platform adventure! Fairytale Fights is a truly twisted hack’n’slash platform adventure where players assume the role of a much-loved fairytale character (Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, plus more…, whose glory days have long since passed. While embarking on a seemingly innocent journey to save a colorful fantasy world from certain disaster, players traverse a series of colourful and enthralling levels filled to the brim with action-packed combat and fairytale-style storylines. Luckily, many different weapons lay strewn throughout the fairytale kingdom, which players can use to slice and dice their way through swathes of cute fluffy bunnies and imposing enemies.

Product Information

Platform:PlayStation 3
ASIN B002AF4XII
Release date October 27, 2009
Customer Reviews
3.5 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #11,431 in videogames
#737 in Video Games > PlayStation 3 > Games
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Product Dimensions 6.8 x 5.2 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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By R. Faust on November 13, 2009
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This game is not that bad. It doesn't have mind blowing graphics like a next gen game should. It is sort of like Fat Princess meets Little Big Planet. I paid $60 bucks for it and honestly it is not worth that much. This is a $30 game at best. It is fun chopping up characters and skating around in their blood, but it does get old especially when it is not an open environment. The boss levels are a bit challenging so there is some hope. Unfortunately, you never really die. I mean you do, but you keep coming back to where you left off. There are 50 trophies to get, if anything that should keep you interest for a while. I tried to play online, but I don't think a whole lot of people own this game yet (nobody there). This game will probably become more popular as the price drops. It is fun and the animations are humorous so if you got cash to burn or you have a twisted sense of humor like myself then add this game to your collection otherwise rent it or wait till the price drops.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Pros

1. Tons of weapons
2. Interesting storyline
3. Multiplayer (Offline and online)

Cons

1. Bad Camera Angle at times
2. No 'Main Menu'
3. EXTREMELY Repeative

Summary

Unless you absolutely love Hack n Slash games, blood, and gore, I would suggest taking your money elsewhere.
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I played a demo of the game years ago and decided to finally buy the whole thing. What I like most about it is that the controls are fairly simple to us. I do terribly when there are lots of buttons to push. The graphics aren't what you'd get from the PS4, but that's to be expected since it's an older game.

The M for Mature rating is serious. There is a lot of comic blood and people getting cut in half or dissolved. Probably not great for young kids to play.
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Terrible game. Lame story line. Very simple and repetitive gameplay. But if you're looking for a game that provides simple psychotic fun for 2 people, this game is for you. My wife and I enjoy playing it together at the end of the day when neither of our brains have energy to do much else. Also, you can skate on puddles of blood and thats probably the best part of the game. Oh, and the traps you have to navigate through are frustratingly stupid and impossible.
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I'm not a great gamer typically. I grew up in the 70s/80s when gaming to us was Pac-Man, Missle Defender and a variety of other tedious Atari games. (Yes, we even had a Magnavox Odyssey at one point and we LOVED it.) My kids want us to be better gamers. I've gotten through Heavy Rain, which amazed me, and am working my way through Red Dead Redemption though the mountain lions drove me nuts for a while. Again, aiming is just something I struggle to master.

Aiming in a hurry is definitely not a high point. My teens kick my behind left, right and center which makes it very difficult to ever get good at a game because you can't stay alive long enough to build any skill. For this reason, my husband and I saw Fairytale Fights in a bargain bin and figured it was worth the few bucks to have a game we might be able to play to build some skill. Plus, after a stressful work day, slaughtering evil axe-wielding men, fairyland creatures and cute fuzzy animals that happen to get in our way just seemed too much fun to pass up.

Given that, I love that aiming in Fairytale Fights really is an afterthought. You swing your club, picnic basket, axe, dead fish, hammer, etc. in random directions when you're attacked and blood flies. You need to aim in the general direction, but there's no precision aiming that is required in my kids' favored first-person shooter games.

The characters are amusing, though you see more of their antics during the opening than during the game.

Boss battles aren't horribly challenging and I actually won two without issue which is a minor miracle for me.

Given all that, the camera angles are the sore spot. Could the designers NOT come up with a way to let you control the angles.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I bought this game because of the original premise. But what could've been a great, quirky title became a repetitive, hollow experience. Take classic fairytale celebs, like Little Red Riding Hood, Jack [from jack and bean stalk], a naked king or something and Snow White and you end up with a unique cast of characters that all feel and operate the same and have nothing to distinquish one from the other. WHY!? It's like someone with a good idea, tried to dumb it down as much as possible, while trying to do something different by adding a ton of blood. They should've looked at Little Big Planet for a game targeted at the same age group, but manages to incorporate a lot of depth as well.

The Good news is that for the first few levels, it's promising. Reminded me of Banjo Kazoee on n64 or something - without the free-roaming. There are a ton of weapons to pick up, but they all stab and operate the same, except for the chain saw - which was one of the 'funner' choices. The screen splits to show pretty much the same character models hacked to pieces, which was cool the first 10 times. But this game, just lacks polish and forethought in way too many areas. Their QA department must be a bunch of non-video game players to think this was a successfull title to invest their own time and sweat into, let alone any gamer worth his/her salt.

No matter your age, this game kind of blows! Go for LBP instead if you're looking for a kid friendly game with personality or god of war if don't mind the gore - or crave more of it. Or bayonetta if you want better mechanics, polish and personality.
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