About the Product
- 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
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1. Tons of weapons
2. Interesting storyline
3. Multiplayer (Offline and online)
1. Bad Camera Angle at times
2. No 'Main Menu'
3. EXTREMELY Repeative
Unless you absolutely love Hack n Slash games, blood, and gore, I would suggest taking your money elsewhere.
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.
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.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a silly game but, as button mashing games go, it's a lot of fun. I especially like playing with friends. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Melissa McKenna
violence and fairytales mixed together. wow. both daughters love it.Published 21 months ago by V. Lowe
im to old for a game like this... sorry its just to childish even tho i am a kid at heart its still.. well i just didnt like it at allPublished on June 10, 2014 by Hodge
This game takes no skill, is pretty repetitive, and has boring gameplay and story. But it's cheap and supports 4 players. Read morePublished on May 31, 2014 by TCass
If your reading this... BUY IT NOW!!! Great fun for solo play but the 4 player full screen play will make you soil yourself its soo much fun. Read morePublished on March 4, 2014 by DustDaRapper
The premise is funny, but the game play didn't live up to the white room demo they offered a while back. The controls are a bit sketchy at time. Read morePublished on August 26, 2013 by Jim Toomey