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Eat Lead: Return of Matt Hazard

D3 Publisher of America
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ESRB Rating: T (Teen 13+) i
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Get ready for a fictional account of the world's most popular video game hero…of the 1980s. Matt Hazard is coming out of retirement and makinghis next-gen“comeback”against all his old enemies in a hilarious parody of the last 25 years of gaming.
  • Ingenious storyline and setting that's never been explored before in a video game
  • Top notch, 3rd person shooter with polished next-gengraphics
  • Celebrity voice talent –Neil Patrick Harris (DoogieHowser, Harold and Kumar, How I Met Your Mother) and Will Arnett (Arrested Development, 30 Rock, Blades of Glory)
  • Hilarious script written by WGA Award winning writer David Elis
  • Unique visuals that will transform what's typically seen in video games (Shooting game where you take on video game clichés all at once –cowboys, space marines, wizards, and karate masters)
  • Point-and-cover system -a new innovation in the cover gameplaymechanic that advances the genre

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This dumb masterpiece
Captainwhiteboy
1 year ago
I bought this game again after 10 years just to get the platinum trophy. What a terribly amazing game. If you like unfair enemy spawns in shooters this is the one for you.
Length of ownership: 1 week
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1.0
just awful!
manbaby
7 years ago
I kind of like this game but it didn't last long for me! the stuff is just plain not fun at all puu!
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4.0
amazing!
Anonymous
7 years ago
this game is so much fun! it adds a lot of humor to the game and is loaded with fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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4.0
ok
ChainGang315
10 years ago
it's a good game. there is a quick zombie mission which is kinda cool. i think that's the only level that has replay value. also, it has easy trophies. rent it first
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5.0
Great Game for Classic Gamers!
Chazz1973
12 years ago
I have been playing video games since before the Atari 2600 and when I first heard about this game, I became very excited. I wasn't expecting much; the game was hard to find, price was ****** and I wasn't very impressed with the studios last game, "Dead Head Fred", but the idea of the video game parodies intrigued me so I made the purchase. I wasn't disappointed. I was more interested in the story than the actual game play, so I played the game on easy and it still proved to be challenging. The movement of Matt Hazard is unrealistic (kinda bounces like Mario), but kinda works for the game. The mechanic is similar to games like "Gears of War" with an over the shoulder view similar to "Resident Evil". Graphics aren’t as good as they could be, but, once again, work for the overall story line. The enemy AI is challenging, until you get to the end of the game and face the "human" controlled game programmers (or, at least their avatars), but once again, kinda works for the game. The best part of the game is the script. The game makes fun of several classic video games. The ones I noticed were Super Mario Bros., Socom, Gears of War, Tomb Raider, Perfect Dark Zero, Red Dead Revolver, Mario Kart, Resident Evil, Final Fantasy VII, Stranglehold and Call of Duty. The script also makes fun of movies like Lethal Weapon, Die Hard, Pirates of the Caribbean and Commando. The wit of the lines is sharp and (sometimes) unexpected. I found myself having to pause the games several times because I couldn't stop laughing (which I earned a trophy the first time I did pause the game for taking my first break! Yes, it even makes fun of trophies and achievements). Over all, I think the game is refreshing and fun. It's challenging without being irritating. Some levels breeze by quickly while others throw repeated enemies at you that take different levels of attacking to defeat. They mix the slow moving zombies (head shot), with the tougher to kill "Gears of War" like soldiers (laser gun works best), Call of Duty type soldiers (presented in both 3D and 2D, the latter your not able to melee) and Female robots that can only be destroyed with a melee attack. I recommend this game to anybody in the mood for a great game and a good laugh! No multi player nor online gaming, but I still received a trophy for them!
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5.0
It's Hazard Time!
ChromeReaper
12 years ago
When a corporate game creator can't beat the games you play the lead role in, he decides to re-vamp your next game, mid-production; Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard. Eat lead touches base with all of Matt Hazards' previous enemies from his previous games. Between Space Marines and Western Gunslingers, this game packs not only diversity in the enemies you fight, but your weaponry as well. An ever-constantly changing environment from level to level keeps you on your toes, gluing your thumbs to the joysticks in wait for the next strange area you'll end up in. The lead role played by Matt Hazard, fires up the game with his smart-allic comments and cocky attitude so you can bet on a story line that engulfs you into a sick action-shooter full of hilarity. All you need now is a cheesy catch phrase.
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5.0
great game
littlevince
12 years ago
This is one of the best games i ever ever played. give it a shot. graphic are excellent. the replay value is great. and its a lot of fun to shoot people.Eat lead the return of Matt Hazard is an amazing shooter with a cover system (similar to gears of war) and an array of different weaponry. It also has some awesome push button sequences and lots of interesting boss battles. This game's gameplay will draw you in automatically.this game is fairly simple but thats what i like about it. the graphics are great. Eat Lead marks the return of famous video game hero Matt Hazard. What, you've never heard of Hazard? Well, perhaps you know his games: A Fistful of Hazard (1987), Conflict of the Deities (Featuring Matt Hazard) (1990), and the all-time classic You Only Live 1,317 Times (1995). What, you've never heard of these games? Well, neither has anyone else--they're all merely a handful of fictional games that Eat Lead's Hazard starred in back in the "good old days." At the beginning of Eat Lead, those good old days are behind Hazard, who's since gone into retirement.this game is perfect. i recommend it to everyone overall: 10/10
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5.0
great game
littlevince
12 years ago
This is one of the best games i ever ever played. give it a shot. graphic are excellent. the replay value is great. and its a lot of fun to shoot people.Eat lead the return of Matt Hazard is an amazing shooter with a cover system (similar to gears of war) and an array of different weaponry. It also has some awesome push button sequences and lots of interesting boss battles. This game's gameplay will draw you in automatically.this game is fairly simple but thats what i like about it. the graphics are great. Eat Lead marks the return of famous video game hero Matt Hazard. What, you've never heard of Hazard? Well, perhaps you know his games: A Fistful of Hazard (1987), Conflict of the Deities (Featuring Matt Hazard) (1990), and the all-time classic You Only Live 1,317 Times (1995). What, you've never heard of these games? Well, neither has anyone else--they're all merely a handful of fictional games that Eat Lead's Hazard starred in back in the "good old days." At the beginning of Eat Lead, those good old days are behind Hazard, who's since gone into retirement.this game is perfect. i recommend it to everyone overall: 10/10
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5.0
great game
littlevince
12 years ago
This is one of the best games i ever ever played. give it a shot. graphic are excellent. the replay value is great. and its a lot of fun to shoot people.Eat lead the return of Matt Hazard is an amazing shooter with a cover system (similar to gears of war) and an array of different weaponry. It also has some awesome push button sequences and lots of interesting boss battles. This game's gameplay will draw you in automatically.this game is fairly simple but thats what i like about it. the graphics are great. Eat Lead marks the return of famous video game hero Matt Hazard. What, you've never heard of Hazard? Well, perhaps you know his games: A Fistful of Hazard (1987), Conflict of the Deities (Featuring Matt Hazard) (1990), and the all-time classic You Only Live 1,317 Times (1995). What, you've never heard of these games? Well, neither has anyone else--they're all merely a handful of fictional games that Eat Lead's Hazard starred in back in the "good old days." At the beginning of Eat Lead, those good old days are behind Hazard, who's since gone into retirement.this game is perfect. i recommend it to everyone overall: 10/10
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3.0
Not What You Think
daddyholdem
12 years ago
Ok, when you play it you got to get the feel for the game like Hitman, it plays and controls just like it. The comedy is in the game, so you get to laugh a bit. I don't really care for it because you play it and its like okay where is the rest of it. You get the commercials but people I'm going to tell you to get the demo if you can. I can say that when I started I was into it but as I got into it I had to just stop because I was disappointed that I was going through the levels and hitting the guys with head shots like it was too easy. Most of the time the enemies come out at you and that's a fight but sometime you go on like too much talking. See I'm an action junkie, I got to have all the action in my face. But the game is good for those whom need a game with some comedy but I give it a 6 for that.
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