The Warriors video game for Xbox
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    • by Stargazer
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      The Warriors is a fighting video game for the Xbox system, developed by Rockstar Games, and based on the cult film that gained popularity in the 1970’s. I was excited to play this game because I liked the film, and was surprised that they were making a game based on a movie with a small following that was released more

      than 20 years ago.

      My first impression of this game was that Rockstar Games recreated the opening sequence of the movie pretty well.

      This sets the theme for the rest of the game, and there are so many details that match the movie perfectly.

      There is even a believable back story that did not exist with the film.

      The graphics ...

      • are not that great.

        They could be less boxy and more detailed, like many games that are out today.

        They look good in dark areas, but in lighter areas, you can see where they are lacking.

        I’m not sure what was going on there, but the overall game makes up for this.

        This is basically a beat ‘em up

        fighting game where you travel from place to place fighting your way past opponents.

        This is a difficult game, one where the normal setting feels quite difficult, and I liked the extra challenge, but found it daunting at first.

        Another great thing that I liked about this game is the soundtrack, which contains a lot of the movie soundtrack.

        Typical 1970’s stuff: some disco, synthesizers, and whatnot.

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