Ghost Rider Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Ghost Rider Reviews6
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|Thunderbolt||3/10||May 14 '07|
|Game Chronicles Magazine||5.0/10||Mar 14 '07|
|GamePro||3.25/5||Apr 30 '07|
|GameSpot||4.3/10||Feb 15 '07|
|Gamespy||2.5/5||Feb 20 '07|
|IGN PS2||4.0/10||Feb 14 '07|
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Ghost Rider Previews
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|IGN PS2||Jan 25 '07|
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"Ghost Rider steals liberally from several major action games, yet somehow avoids stealing the parts that made those games fun."
"You won't be forced to constantly bash your way through demons all the time either. Certain levels will require the Ghost Rider to take to his Hell Cycle and ride through enemies and over opponents. As he takes off down these tracks, he can use his chains to whip nearby foes, or fire projectiles at distant threats. Ghost Rider will also be able to use boosts to leap over or slide under obstacles. Along the way, you'll collect souls, which can be used to unlock a variety of moves or stat bonuses, as well as movies, concept art and even comic book pages."
"Unfortunately, this game is not what Ghost Rider fans are looking for in an action title. The combat is repetitive and clunky, the driving is horrid, and the plot is completely useless. While the game is still functional and not horrendously broken, it's not good by any stretch of the imagination, and you're not going to find yourself replaying this game after you beat it in an afternoon. If you really feel the need to play this game, definitely rent it and save the cash."
"If there's anything good to say about Ghost Rider then it's the unlockable content such as comic book pages and concept art as well as a few movies from the guys behind the game."