Rated 7 out of 10 by BlazingGames Ghost Rider Is Here!
Ghost Rider makes an appearance on the Sony PSP with his self-titled video game. But, I honestly can't say that it's amazing thing, nor a terrible thing. Ghost Rider offers an exciting action-adventure experience with a mix of combat, too. The game delivers quite a challenge for gamers of all ages, with it's epic boss battles and rewarding missions. The graphics are basically crisp and clear, something to expect from the PSP system. The cutscenes are also good - they add a nice artistic flair to the game. Ghost Rider's story line generally stays true to the movie, but it's not really captivating for that matter. The length is just way too short - I would've liked to have seen a bit more replay value with this game, but it is definitely repetitive. The controls are awesome! They are responsive and there aren't many tricky button combos that are involved. The interface is OK... I mean there isn't much to say... the menus are uncluttered and easy to navigate. Finally, the sound. There is hardly any music in this game... just voice-overs... which are for the most part... well, pretty weak. Overall, I would only suggest getting this game if you are a true fan of the Ghost Rider movie and/or comics. If you aren't typically a fan, I wouldn't bother picking this one up, as it feels vague and repetitious. Besides, it also seems like a God of War rip-off to me.
Rated 10 out of 10 by ilovedbz123 this game is the bomb
i love this game u can ride a morder cycle fight bad guys do some moves its like that game kenny played from southpark that episode ahh anyways the game is vey fun u fight monsters demons alot and the last bad guy is screcrow its fun u can unlock moves not like that like u have to pass soul challenges its very fun the grapics are cool no glithes no bad camra no have to turnig the camra does all the work the only the u have to do is kill bad guys and have fun soo injoy i will totaly recmmond who anyone likes this review
Rated 10 out of 10 by Tobisper Very Fun for a Old game
this games awesome it brings back memories to because you get to read the old comics as bonus and extras, theres tons of levels, bosses, upgrades. You can search for videos and comics, and galleries. Use the chains the Ghost Rider has and also his useful shotgun. Ride on his motorcycle and ride through the Gates of underworld and shot and stuff. Theres also challenges on each level to get more skulls and buy and upgrade stuff. Theres 5 additional courses as well, with 3 different modes. This games awesome it doesn't deserve such a low rating.
Rated 1 out of 10 by klonekilla not good
this was the first game i got for my psp and it was good for a while but the it lost its feel but it was all the same dsmf just dont get this game.
Rated 8 out of 10 by Ninjaboy An alright fighting game for the PSP.
Ghost Rider is a fairly good beat-em-up game for your playstation portable. The graphics really didn't feel like a previous-gen console's muddy graphics, and they add to the feel of the beat-em-up game that Ghost rider is. Overall, I'd give the graphics a 9/10. Gameplay is fairly rewarding, with new moves, upgrades and combos to unlock, but this is nothing new in a beat-em-up game. You do have some unique equipment like a shotgun, but it really doesn't seem to give Ghost Rider a new twist on beat-em-up games. One part of the game that gives you countless extra gameplay hours and adds to the replay value of the game is the extra race levels, added to the race levels that are in the story mode. These multiplayer races are great fun, with unique motorcycle-style mechanics to them, such as sliding under bridges and popping wheelies. Overall, I'd give the gameplay an 8/10. The sound is nothing special, considering the fact that all you really hear is demon's screams of terror, the thrashing of your chain, and Ghost Rider's voice as he taunts his opponents. There's nothing outstanding to see there. However, the cutscenes make use of excellent voice-overs from the movie, giving it an authentic feel. Overall, I'd give the sound an 8/10. The lasting appeal of this game can be grossly misinterpreted with most gamers, me included, because the number of levels appears to be between 8 and 10 at first. Then, when you complete the final level of that section, a whole new section opens up, and you suddenly realize that there could possibly be anywhere between 80 and 100 levels, judging by the number of sections you can see. This, added to the additional racing levels outside of the story mode, gives a greater lasting appeal than many other fighting games of its type. Overall, I'd give the lasting appeal a 9/10. The final verdict? This game is fun at first, and can continue to be fun if you're into this type of game, but it just doesn't rise above the usual games of its genre. This game gets an overall score from me of 8.6/10. Thank you for reading my review; I hope it was helpful!