Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage - Sega Dreamcast
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- Seller:You Name the Game
- Sales Rank:18,215
- Platform:Sega Dreamcast
- Media:Video Game
- Genre:Action Adventure/RPG
- Operating System:Sega Dreamcast
- Shipping Weight (lbs):0.6
- Dimensions (in):8 x 7 x 12
- Release Date:March 16, 2000
Shipping:Eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping
What's included? (1) Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage video game disc (only) for the Sega Dreamcast Specs: Platform: Sega Dreamcast Region Code: NTSC U/C ESRB Rating: M (Mature 17+) UPC: N/A Product ID# T-36805N Players: 1 Original Shell Case: Not Included Original Instruction Manual: Not Included Functional Condition: Used, but still works great! Cosmetic Condition: Acceptable The disc is in good condition with only a few minor, light scratches that do not impede game play. The manual is missing.
Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage
is an action game with phenomenally good graphics but overly simplistic gameplay. You fill the shoes of the main character, Guts, and spend most of your time smiting foes with his seven-foot monster of a sword, Dragon Slayer.
Some levels provide the best hack-and-slash gaming to be found anywhere, but usually Sword of the Berserk is more cheap than challenging. We certainly felt rage when boulders began falling on Guts's head at random during one level and the designers took great pains to populate most of the levels with dozens of tiny ankle-biting enemies that are nigh impossible to hit. Unfortunately the lack of combat moves, weapon upgrades, or anything else that could have spiced up gameplay makes Sword of the Berserk far more tedious than it should be for gamers.
What really distinguishes this game from other gore games is the eloquent integration of storyline-enhancing cut-scenes that are gorgeously rendered with the game engine. There is over an hour of noninteractive story line to sit through--so many scenes that this almost qualifies as an interactive movie. If mindless combat and a compelling story sound appealing, Sword of the Berserk is what you've been waiting for. Parents should note that this game is particularly violent, and may not be suited for young children. --T. Byrl Baker
- Beautiful graphics
- Gory, visceral combat
- Outstanding production values
- Repetitive gameplay
- Level design sometimes cheap
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