Too Human Xbox 360 £24.99 Delivered @ Gamestation
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Too Human Xbox 360 £24.99 Delivered @ Gamestation

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Found 12th Sep 2008
Too Human Xbox 360 £24.99 Delivered @ Gamestation

Too Human is the 2008 offering from Silicon Knights, the developer behind Eternal Darkness and Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes. It twins Norse mythology with cyberpunk in an epic tale of discovery. Players take on the role of Baldur, one of the Aesir, who has taken it upon himself to protect and aid humanity in an ongoing war against the machines.

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Apparently this is a really poor game, according to reviews. Not played it myself but plenty of trusted sources say it's bad.

The price is probably right for the quality of the game but I wont pay that.

Good price for anyone after a copy but it really is a rubbish game.

Benn playing this game to death - got it as a rental ...

I'd ignore the reviews and pick this up - played over 40 hours so far and loving it - farming achievements at the mo and having a lot of fun doing so.

It's really not as bad as the reviews make out ... really good mindless fun ...

I guess Pete_21 hasn;t played it, but is just joining the bandwagon ???

I played the demo and honestly thought looked like a poor Xbox game, the camera angles are dodgy and the sword thingy just feels stupid when you're swinging it about. This game is destined to go the same way as Viking, Conan, Stuntman and other mediocre games. I'll end up buying out of Comet for £4.99 in a couple of months,

Macdory;2955210

Benn playing this game to death - got it as a rental ... I'd ignore the … Benn playing this game to death - got it as a rental ... I'd ignore the reviews and pick this up - played over 40 hours so far and loving it - farming achievements at the mo and having a lot of fun doing so.It's really not as bad as the reviews make out ... really good mindless fun ...I guess Pete_21 hasn;t played it, but is just joining the bandwagon ???



No I rented it as well and it sucked my will to live !.I hadn't read any reviews for it and wasn't aware there was an anti Too Human bandwagon to jump on !.The game looks like an unfinished project and I found it no fun to play at all.Thats just my opinion,but like I said its a good price for anyone after a copy but I thought it was rubbish.

There has definitely been a backlash against the game, largely due to Dennis Dyack's big mouth it seems.

Having said that, I bought it at £29.99 when it came out and I did finish it. It's fine for what it is - about a 15 hour playthrough (at least 2 hours of which is that damned death animation) - I reckon it's worth £25 to play through quickly and then trade it in. You can't really *die* so if you want to complete it it's quite straightforward.

ive had it from day of release and id wished i had got something else..the controls are terrible ..the graphics/animations are poor at best..it looks like a first gen xbox360 game..i know its a heavily delayed game that should have come out last year and it shows..id wait until you see it second hand in gamestation for 10 ponds before buying it..its not worth 25 pounds.

Too Human is a good game, admittedly one with some big flaws. It is not for everyone, so it would be worth trying the demo before buying. The reviews were extremely harsh and it is clear some reviewers barely played the game at all. I haven't regretted paying £30 for it, £25 is a very good deal although it will probably drop further.

It took me just over 15 hours to finish but it is one of those games like Mass Effect and Dead Rising where you can start again with the same character, a lot of equipment and some areas are inaccessible until you have completed the game once. The story is decent, graphics are very good given the scale of the areas and the number of enemies. Co-op is fun, its just a shame they had to take out the 4 player support. The achievements are reasonable, I picked up 570pts in the first play through and the others are more than possible. Many people dislike the lack of camera control but I only found it a problem on a couple of occasions. There are a number of different camera styles to choose from which you can cycle through using up or down on the d-pad, I settled on back rather than the default.
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