Horribly delivered dialogue and music that is… well, it’s just there.
It looks alright, I guess. The only good thing is the slow mo hits, but they happen once in a blue moon.
It works. Nothing more, nothing less. It’s about as deep as an episode of Two & A Half Men.
You’ll get two hour’s worth of content out of it if you’re lucky. One “story” mode, one arcade mode and some local multiplayer. You’d be better off fighting school kids in the street, not that we’d condone such behaviour.
Microsoft’s lax achievement policy now means that devs can really exploit the system and create really lame-ass lists that consist of 99 achievements. No creativity, no depth, tons of grind… a lot like the game actually.