User reviews for Die Hard Vendetta
6.5 / 10Combined Score
- No Multiplayer
First off i would like to start with saying that this game isn't worth the money unless it is $20 or less. Over that and you are getting ripped off.
There are some good things about the game that you should know. The levels are pretty good and are not all alike so you get some variety. They are pretty challenging and are just about the right length. They range from taking 30 minutes to taking 10 minutes. Never too short and never too long. The story of the game is pretty nice too. It is about you trying to get your daughter back. There are a wide variety of weapons in this game. They are all a lot of fun to use and you usually get more than one to choose from if you don't like one or the other.
The Bad Points: The levels have a lot of needless confusion to them. So of them you have to look all over the place to find stuff that you have to shoot down so you can climb up. A lot of the level...
There's only so much of a grown man talking to himself you can take.
Some slight graphical glitches. Here's one. Try pointing the basic 9mm handgun straight forward and stand right next to someone, aiming it at their head. Their heads looks about twenty times the size of the gun!
Some story levels are pointless and needlessly confusing.
Platform parts in certain levels are very hard to complete.
NO MULTIPLAYER! WHY?!
OK, Die Hard Vendetta. Where to begin? Well, this is a brilliant game. Guess I'll have to explain why I've given it such a low score then. Well for one thing there is the total lack of a multiplayer mode. That takes most of the lifespan out of the game.
Second, there are the enemies. Deadly, lethal, but they mostly all have the sa...
128-Bit FPS. Where's the Multiplayer?
The series may be an old one, but this game fits the franchise perfectly. With the potty-mouthed gangstas, citizens taking the law into their own hands, and a great storyline, this game reeks of Die Hard.
The main flaw with the game is its length. I rented this game for two days and in that time completed 70-80% of the main story. If I had learnt how to speak earlier (took me damn near two hours to figure it out without a manual! >.< ) I could have probably finished the game.
The other serious problem with the game is the lack of multiplayer. Why it was removed I do not know, and the already short game length suffers drastically from its non-appearance.
Despite the short length (oxymoron?) the storyline is great and the controls are very intuitive. You'll soon be sneaking around to make arrests and taking down thugs with ease.
One of the best features of the game is the "Hero ...
Occasionally frustrating, no Multiplayer.
Well then.....this is probably the First Die Hard Game I've played so I'll do my best to review.
The Townsend Art Museum gets robbed, it turns into a hunt around the City for the paintings, later on in the game, Lucy McClane gets kidnapped by Jack Frontier and Piet Gruber.
It's an good game to say the least, you can arrest People to be stealthy, Nakatomi Plaza is one of the Levels. Decent Gameplay and Graphics.
Now for the Negative: The game is occsionally frustrating (If anyone knows how to get out of the Prison in Sierra Correctional Facility let me know) and no Multiplayer (apparently it was cut from the GC Version)
If you're a Die Hard Die Hard Fan it's worth a buy, if you're not, I recommend waiting for the PS2 Version.
Not Alot really
There is alot of good points about this, although it has not really been promoted as much as metroid prime or most other gamecube titles.
The gameplay is really really addictive, and the weapons are top notch. It can get a bit frustrating at timesa...**COUGH L.A Subway Level COUGH**, and the way you can arrest people is a good point, as you need to do this to finish certain objectives.
All in all, this is a really good game, and i have really enjoyed playing it.