Average User Score: 5.0Jun 16, 2013If you even remotely like zombies, you have no excuse to not get this. Yeah, you've played the maps on WaW, but this completely changes theIf you even remotely like zombies, you have no excuse to not get this. Yeah, you've played the maps on WaW, but this completely changes the way you play it. Playing the game with WaW weapons or Black Ops weapons are two completely different experiences. Besides, it's nice having access to a wide range of maps. 5 zombies maps is a pretty decent deal and considering the amount of time you'd get out of it, it's well worth it. And this is coming from a WaW fanatic, who played all the DLC maps and Nacht religiously.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.6Jun 16, 2013A great endgame DLC for a great game. Only issue I can think of on hand is how tricky it can be to get Ulysses to recognize you asA great endgame DLC for a great game. Only issue I can think of on hand is how tricky it can be to get Ulysses to recognize you as Independent. I love dialogue and thought provoking discussion, and this DLC had it. It wasn't easy as well, some of those nasty tunnelers almost got the drop on me. If you own Fallout, there's no reason not to. At it's best, it's a DLC that challenges the choices you make-one that isn't common in the industry. Ulysses will oppose your line of thinking, making you think who you are fighting for. At it's worst, it's a more expensive Gun Runners Arsenal with 5 extra levels.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.4Jun 16, 2013Good game overall. With the release of Plus, it removes one of the glaring issues of the vanilla game: a lacking library, filled with cardsGood game overall. With the release of Plus, it removes one of the glaring issues of the vanilla game: a lacking library, filled with cards that need cards that aren't even in the game to work. However, that's the only thing it fixed. The AI for campaign are just...uggh. You play a game to have fun, but the AI are literally anything but. If I may say, they are literally worse than Hitler. They use decks that aren't even good, they are just plain annoying. Burn? Eeyup. Lockdown? Uh huh. Blackwing? Of course! Return to hand/deck? Yes! Negate? Oh yeah.
How is any of that fun? On top of that, you need to go through all that misery and torment just to unlock cards. But don't think you can just grind your way to victory, oh no, because even if you have 3/3 of a card, you can keep getting that card! There are what, almost 4000 cards in the game? Good luck getting 1 of each copy of a card! Pfft! What a load of malarkey, Konami!
Still, it does the trick seeing as it is the only Yu-Gi-Oh! game on the console. It will do. The only reason I don't give this a perfect 10 is because of the ai, poor reward handling and some MP issues. Why people rag on this game I don't know why.
The only thing I can say is, if you are a dormant Yu-Gi-Oh! fan and have been getting the urge to play, explore your handheld options first, otherwise settle for this game.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.8Jun 15, 2013This game was great. Graphics were great in terms of console expectations, the music was good, the setting was a great one and above all, theThis game was great. Graphics were great in terms of console expectations, the music was good, the setting was a great one and above all, the gameplay was great. It's essentially what Ninja Gaiden is, but it definitely surpassed what the third one tried to do. Not to mention you can hack off limbs(whether a tree's or a humans) with precise accuracy with Blade Mode. The final boss aggravated me to no end, but daaamn it was satisfying! If you're not afraid to get bruised up a little bit and are willing to put in the effort toget through the game, you won't regret it. Just remember to parry!… Expand