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Beowulf: The Game

Beowulf: The Game (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Third-Person Action (Fantasy)
Developer: Unknown

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11/16/2007

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Beowulf: The Game review

Reviewed December 10, 2007

Kyle Stepp says: "It doesn't help that the soldiers that follow you around are about as intelligent as the nicely bumpmapped rocks you'll constantly be wandering over. They constantly run out and bash the crap out of anything they start to see... even if they're as harmless as little blue crabs or as powerful as one of the huge ogres that take too damn long to take down. Oh, and don't think that you'd just let them die and keep going without them. If all of your worthless peons die, it's game over. It's every bit as annoying as it sounds. The peons are also used to open doors, which you assist by pressing the right button in time with the music that's playing in order to cheer them on. I guess even Beowulf, carnal warrior and Norse badass, likes a good game of Dance Dance Revolution."
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