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.
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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
Eat Lead Return of Matt Hazard is rated
3.5 out of
Rated 4 out of
Short gameplay thats worth the timeFor the price, this game is worth it. It makes fun of other games, has no glitches when I did a play through, and it's really cheap right now. I beat the whole game racking up 90% of the achievements, in 4 hours. Its a game worth playing, but not keeping.
Date published: 2015-01-29
Rated 3 out of
It's a shooterThe story line is not bad and is funny at parts but its shooting can be difficult at some parts. The game is your standard third person shooter but the character knows he is in a game and that kinda changes things up a bit.
Date published: 2013-04-17
Rated 2 out of
Return Matt Hazard or don't buyI like third person shooters, this was a serious, serious flop in my mind. It was clunky and unfluid to say the least. The jokes were funny sometimes but sometimes they emphisized how horrible this game was. the bosses were not at face value hard but many one hit kill bosses dragged out what could have been fun to a terrible time. I had to fight not quitting and trading in numerous times because of mechanics. DO NOT BUY.
Date published: 2012-06-09
Rated 3 out of
Cheap deaths and clunky controls...I bought this game on a whim and wound up returning it. Eat Lead has an interesting story with a great sense of humor, but the sub-par graphics and clunky controls really took away from the experience. I played on the "Normal" difficulty expecting a challenge, but all I got were more enemies and some excruciatingly cheap deaths. I wouldn't recommend this game unless you felt absolutely compelled to check it out.
Date published: 2011-10-29
Rated 4 out of
Fun for EveryoneI got this game mainly for the achievements, but it was actually pretty fun, it did have a lot of achievements and some funny achievements but this was a fun game with some funny quotes and gameplay. I had fun playing this game but once you defeated it there's nothing to do left but sell it on ebay. I would recommend this to a 10 year old because I think he would have more fun with this game than me, but still good!
Date published: 2010-11-29
Rated 1 out of
Just For kicksThis game is just for kicks. Nothing to do when you beat the latest title and your waiting for the next greatest title to come out, then kick around a little hazard. This Game was ok to pass the time. 3rd person shooter? By definition only! If your looking for a laugh, then this game will put a smile of two on your face. When you buy this game make sure you understand that this in not the "Perfect Shooter"(Rainbow Six_V2" Instead its a clunky off beat shoot and hope you hit your target game, using wise-cracks as its backbone to keeping players interested. The graphics, aren't that Great, but that shouldn't be a surprise. Some areas, I had to adjust my Tv just to make it to the next level. But all in all, I guess you can't complain when the price was only seventeen.
Date published: 2010-05-30
Rated 4 out of
EAT LEAD!I rented this game expecting to get my hands on a game that really wasn't that good. Thankfully I was surprised! Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard is a comic-shooter and almost reminds me of a game like Timesplitters. It does lack no multi-player, but the game is pretty long. It had good controls and easy to play as well. I really enjoyed the first few hours of this game, however it got boring towards the end when you fight the same enemies holding water guns and use the same melee moves. The weapons in this game were awesome, but even with a good note like that this game suffers some major flaws. First, the AI is dumber then a toothpick. All they do is go into cover and pop out every so often. I rarely found my self in close-quarter combat because all I could do to my enemy is aim for their head and pray. I enjoyed the game a lot, because of a solid story, good weapons, fun gameplay, and despite the lack of AI it was fun to pull of head-shots. I don't understand though how a game rated (T) can be called EAT LEAD! I thought this game was going to be massive havoc o blood and gore until ESRB gave me the news I didn't want to hear. Also some of the bosses are quite difficult and I could not have done without looking online. Despite all the criticism I have gave Mr. Matt Hazard I think it is a solid game I would give it an 8/10.
Date published: 2009-03-21
Rated 4 out of
A very action-packed and funny game.This is one of the funniest games i have ever played. I think the story line is ingenious, to have a video game about a fictional video game character. I enjoyed this game from the moment i started playing it. You play as Matt Hazard a video game character who was at the top of the video game world during the 80's, but of late has fallen. Now he try's to get back on top in his new next generation title. But things are not what he expects them to be..... With very tight controls and maneuver ability you try to get down to the bottom of what's going on. The weapons are great and the achievements you earn are both funny and somewhat easy to get. Eat Lead: Return of Matt Hazard is a great Third-person shooter. I'd recommend this game to people who love action packed games.