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Fight Club

MobyRank MobyScore
PlayStation 2
36
2.9
Xbox
38
1.6

User Reviews

Read the book. Watch the film. Don’t buy the game. Xbox Ciarán Lynch (76)

Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
PlayStation 2 6 2.9
Xbox 5 1.6
Combined MobyScore 11 2.3


The Press Says

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75
XboxThe Video Game Critic
The story mode is fairly addictive - at least until the stages starts repeating. The locations are a mixed bag. The rainy parking lot with the neon lights looks absolutely stunning, but the docks look awful with that static gray "water" in the background. Other interesting areas include a flooded basement and an airport. Fans of the movie will recognize a number of characters including Tyler Derden, Pretty Boy, and Meat Loaf. I don't know what Wolverine's grandfather is doing in this game, but he's pretty tough! Fight Club is one low-profile title that took me by surprise. My friend Scott and I really enjoyed beating the crap out of each other - more so than usual.
67
XboxGamesmania
Wer den virtuellen Fight Club betritt wird schon kurze Zeit später den Ausgang suchen. Wen die Gewaltdarstellung nicht von Beginn an abschreckt, der hat sich bereits nach kurzer Zeit daran satt gesehen. Das Kampfsystem bietet viel zu wenig, um Fans des Genres zufrieden zu stellen. Lediglich den Hardcore-Fans des Films, die das Spiel zur Vervollständigung ihrer Sammlung und für gelegentliche Kurz-Fights haben wollen, raten wir nicht vom Kauf ab.
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PlayStation 2Gamesmania
Wer den virtuellen Fight Club betritt wird schon kurze Zeit später den Ausgang suchen. Wen die Gewaltdarstellung nicht von Beginn an abschreckt, der hat sich bereits nach kurzer Zeit daran satt gesehen. Das Kampfsystem bietet viel zu wenig, um Fans des Genres zufrieden zu stellen. Lediglich den Hardcore-Fans des Films, die das Spiel zur Vervollständigung ihrer Sammlung und für gelegentliche Kurz-Fights haben wollen, raten wir nicht vom Kauf ab.
55
XboxTalkXbox
If I was David Fincher right now, I would be looking for the man or woman assigned to approve this project and making sure they never had a job again. Fight Club not only ruins what the movie set up for a cult life, but it takes away everything that may have been portrayed about how fighting actually goes down in the Fight Club. You should avoid this at all costs and forget this game ever came out.
55
PlayStation 2Game Informer Magazine
If Tyler Durden saw you sitting on your comfy couch, staring at a television, and playing Fight Club (possibly over your fancy-pants Internet connection), he would probably hit you as hard as he could. Furthermore, if you had been playing the game for more than ten minutes, you’d thank him for it. To its credit, this fighter takes a new approach to being unoriginal and substandard. The combat mechanic is generally passable, but the game fails to achieve the "gritty" mark it was shooting for, instead hitting "boring" head-on with dull character models, lifeless cutscenes, and a total lack of charm. Yes, Mr. Durden, I may not be a beautiful and unique snowflake, but you are in a crappy video game, so go stuff that up your soap-hole.
55
XboxGame Informer Magazine
If Tyler Durden saw you sitting on your comfy couch, staring at a television, and playing Fight Club (possibly over your fancy-pants Internet connection), he would probably hit you as hard as he could. Furthermore, if you had been playing the game for more than ten minutes, you’d thank him for it. To its credit, this fighter takes a new approach to being unoriginal and substandard. The combat mechanic is generally passable, but the game fails to achieve the "gritty" mark it was shooting for, instead hitting "boring" head-on with dull character models, lifeless cutscenes, and a total lack of charm. Yes, Mr. Durden, I may not be a beautiful and unique snowflake, but you are in a crappy video game, so go stuff that up your soap-hole.
54
PlayStation 2Playstation Illustrated
Do yourself a favor if you’re looking to buy another fighting game. Remember the line from the movie: The first rule of Fight Club is that you don’t talk about Fight Club. This couldn’t be any truer for Fight Club the game.
50
PlayStation 2PSX Nation
If the PS2 was a 3DO system then Fight Club would be its Way of the Warrior. It’s a flawed and shallow button masher (very few moves and no technique) but also visually alluring and reasonably entertaining for a second-tier fighting game. It’s a shame these interactive re-enactments of the brutal brawls from the movie aren’t backed by the wicked storyline or memorable character dialogue that characterized both the Fight Club book and flick. If you’re a fan of either then you can safely rent this game for the weekend and assume you’ll get your money’s worth. Paying $50 for the game bearing its name, ironically, would go against everything the rebellious spirit of Fight Club stands for.
50
XboxGame industry News (GiN)
"You never know who you are until you fight someone." This "food for thought" is printed on the inside of the game's instruction manual. And, you know, I can't help but to savor this one thought as I subject myself again and again--and yet again to the most painfully dull and unimaginable fighting game I have played to date.
50
XboxGameZone
When David Fincher’s interpretation of Chuck Palahniuk’s post-modern, anti-materialistic opus Fight Club hit theaters, it instantly became a cult classic. Now, some five years after the fact, Vivendi Universal is releasing a video game based on the beloved film. It may seem very ironic to make a video game based on a film in which material objects (like video games, for example) are shunned and even destroyed, and even more ironic to make one that is a stagnant coupling of simplistic fighting mechanics and low difficulty.
50
PlayStation 2Yahoo! Games
A few regular Joe Lunchpails beat each other's brains out for the pure thrill of it. It made for a darn good motion picture, but it's not quite a formula you would think a hit game would be made of. This is far from the only strike against Fight Club, which joins a disturbingly long list of licenses that have been turned into gaming death.
50
PlayStation 2GameZone
Fight Club has, at times, good fight mechanics, but the game is burdened by the name and expectations associated with that name. There could certainly have been a better way to handle a combat title like this without linking it to a movie that has some interesting twists and turns at the end. But in the end, this game cannot be recommended for its fight elements (there are better fight games on the market), its convoluted storyline nor its skimpy options package.
49
XboxGame Chronicles
There are some really good ideas here but none of them were fleshed out to any success and there likely won’t be a future installment to perfect them. If you are really hard-up for a fighter on the Xbox you can certainly give this a try as a last resort, but just about anything else you could possibly play in the genre will be better than Fight Club.
48
XboxNext Level Gaming
You know, how many times have I said this; movie to game translations don't usually work! Yes, you get the rare success of a Spider-Man 2, but the concept of the game was special, and actually had some substance. But when you sign up to do a movie to game port you better at least come with some sort of special gameplay because you're already at a disadvantage. And if you are going to make a game that is based on a blockbuster movie, you really need to come up with something dramatic. Enter Fight Club. Who can forget this movie? It was the ultimate man's movie. And it had Brad Pitt so it was right there for the women too. And even though we're not talking Ocean's Eleven Brad Pitt, or more recently Troy Brad Pitt, but to the ladies it just doesn't matter.
48
PlayStation 2Next Level Gaming
So many parts of Fight Club had promise. It's just a shame that it's got quite possibly the worst gameplay I've seen in a fighting game I think ever. When I can't play a game for more than 5-6 minutes at a time, that is NOT a good thing. It just doesn't feel like the gameplay was finished before getting it out. I don't want to keep pounding on the game so I will simply leave it here. Genuine Games has something they can certainly build on. But I would really steer clear of Fight Club. This is the last rule of Fight Club, the game.
45
PlayStation 2Gamers.at
Unter den schillernden Trümmern der westlichen Konsumorgie bricht eine Welt zusammen, um wieder aufzustehen und sich per Faustschlag in die Realität zu boxen.Was es bedeutet zu leben, weiß man erst, wenn man alles verloren hat. So, oder so ähnlich könnte man die Intention des einstigen Buchs und Films Fight Club auslegen. Mit den Augen dieser erfrischend anarchistischen Attitüde betrachtet, erscheint die Lizenzierung des dazugehörigen Spiels wie ein schmieriger Dollarschein in den Händen Ché Guevaras! Wieso und weshalb das unangenehm seichte PS2- Beat'em'up seinem (zu recht) populären Namen in allen Belangen unwürdig ist, lest ihr im folgenden Artikel.
45
XboxIGN
As fighting games go, there are the Japanese knockouts -- Virtua Fighter, Street Fighter, Tekken, and Dead Or Alive -- then there's everything else. With the exception of Mortal Kombat (which is also debatable, depending on your preferences), fighting games are generally made best in the Land of the Rising Sun.
45
PlayStation 2IGN
As fighting games go, there are the Japanese knockouts -- Virtua Fighter, Street Fighter, Tekken, and Dead Or Alive -- and then there's everything else. With the exception of Mortal Kombat (which is also debatable, depending on your preferences), fighting games are generally made best in the Land of the Rising Sun.
42
PlayStation 2Game Chronicles
Some movies turned video games make sense, like Terminator and Star Wars. These movies are action packed, fun eye candy that can translate into video games easily. It’s the movies with an actual message, important messages, such as Fight Club, that I don’t understand being made into games (especially five years after the fact).
40
XboxDaily Game
Being a huge fan of Fight Club the film, I expected more of this game, and was sorely let down on every level. It makes no sense as to why the game feels like a part-time project, since the developers couldn't have been hurried to finish it (after all, it was licensed four years after the fact). It's just a waste of a strong license. I really hope Chuck Palahniuk, the author of the book this mess is based upon, had nothing to do with ok'ing this game. Avoid at all costs, even if it's in the discount bin.
40
XboxGamers' Temple, The
It doesn’t take a film studies major from UCLA to see that Fight Club the movie wasn’t really about fighting at all, so it’s a bit ironic, in a sad sort of way, that the movie is being used to sell a game to the mass market that is all about fighting and nothing else. If the fighting in the game had been good, then this irony would only stick in the craw of those fans that took the movie’s message to heart. Unfortunately, the game is so bad that it won’t appeal to anyone even with its cult movie license.
40
XboxAceGamez
In the end, Fight Club should not be played by anyone. Even die-hard Fight Club fans who give it a little try, just to play as their favourite characters from the film will be woefully disappointed at the wasted use of the license. Fight Club doesn't have much going for it, except lots of disappointment - the in-game graphics are nice, but then again, not as nice as better fighting games like Mortal Kombat: Deception, which actually have gameplay too. You've probably already guessed the second rule of Fight Club the game, so say it with me - the second rule of Fight Club the game is DO NOT bother playing Fight Club the game!
40
PlayStation 2Gamers' Temple, The
Fight Club includes an online mode, but there’s not really any point. The basic fighting system is dull and repetitive in single player mode, so you should expect pretty much the same from the online mode and the game delivers on that point. If you’re looking for an online fighter, there are several far better options out there.
40
PlayStation 2Armchair Empire, The
For playability, this game is ridiculously short. I was able to beat the Story Mode on first try after only skimming the manual (maybe 15 minutes to do so) and only losing a few times when stuck on the “break the guy’s arm stage”. To unlock all of the hidden characters, it took about another 6 hours or so to get them. This definitely falls into the rent before you buy category.
40
PlayStation 2Worth Playing
Fight Club is one of the worst games to release this year. Bad control, mediocre graphics, bad voice acting, bad sound, boring and extremely flawed gameplay, and worst of all, nearly criminal abuse of an intellectual property, make this one game that is most definitely not worth anybody’s fifty dollars. Rent it to unlock Fred Durst and give the fat man a kick in the gut, if for no other reason.
40
PlayStation 2AceGamez
In the end, Fight Club should not be played by anyone. Even die-hard Fight Club fans who give it a little try, just to play as their favourite characters from the film will be woefully disappointed at the wasted use of the license. Fight Club doesn't have much going for it, except lots of disappointment - the in-game graphics are nice, but then again, not as nice as better fighting games like Mortal Kombat: Deception, which actually have gameplay too. You've probably already guessed the second rule of Fight Club the game, so say it with me - the second rule of Fight Club the game is DO NOT bother playing Fight Club the game!
40
PlayStation 2Jeuxvideo.com
Voilà une adaptation de Fight Club qui ne fait pas vraiment honneur au film. Le jeu se concentre uniquement sur les combats et délaisse complètement les autres aspects du long-métrage. Le pire, c'est qu'en matière de baston, le titre fait vraiment pitié. A la limite, il valait mieux ne pas en faire un jeu si c'était pour dénaturer à ce point l'esprit du film.
40
PlayStation 2G4 TV: X-Play
In the end, this game does little more than insult an iconic insta-classic film. If this were created when the film came out, maybe it would’ve been on par technologically with some of the day’s fighters. But it’s five years later. In that time, the game creators obviously didn’t consult Palahniuk. Maybe he would’ve sat them down, and explained the yet-released ninth rule: Don’t make a crap fighting game and call it Fight Club.
40
XboxG4 TV: X-Play
In the end, this game does little more than insult an iconic insta-classic film. If this were created when the film came out, maybe it would’ve been on par technologically with some of the day’s fighters. But it’s five years later. In that time, the game creators obviously didn’t consult Palahniuk. Maybe he would’ve sat them down, and explained the yet-released ninth rule: Don’t make a crap fighting game and call it Fight Club.
40
XboxGameSpy
Let me see if I've got this right. Chuck Palahniuk writes a savage, occasionally silly little book called Fight Club. David Fincher makes it into a movie, which becomes a cult favorite by wrapping anti-consumerist ideas in visceral, violent film. And now Vivendi Universal (note that Fox distributed the film) has bankrolled a game, and turned the whole thing into crap.
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PlayStation 2GameSpy
Check this out. Fight Club, both the book and the movie, were pretty sick ways to admit that violence was sometimes necessary, but that it still hurt. In other words, it wasn't a means to an end. Getting all bloody in the basement was just the thing to do when there was nothing else to do. Hope you've got a lot of nothing to do, then, because Vivendi Universal seems to think that fighting is all there is to fight club. Imagine that.
37
XboxGameSpot
Given the antimaterialist undertones of the 1999 movie Fight Club, it seems a little strange that it has been spun off into a video game, especially this long after the fact. Granted, Fight Club is a modern classic, and its surprising story, dark humor, and graphic depiction of raw fistfights still hit home today just as strongly as ever. A Fight Club game doesn't necessarily seem like that great of an idea to begin with, but a fighting game based on the movie at least basically seems to make sense.
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PlayStation 2GameSpot
If you ignore the fact that Fight Club ties into the movie (and novel) that bears its namesake, and consider it purely on its merits as a game, what you're left with is an undercooked fighting game that's far worse than fighting games from more than 10 years ago, and not much better looking. And when you also consider the game's botched attempts at including some tie-ins with the movie, the results look even worse.
36
XboxTeamXbox
A weak storyline that feels more like bits and pieces from a larger story told through still images rather than animated scenes takes so much more away from the game then they add, making the process of playing through Fight Club more of an exercise in futility than entertaining. Fans of the film are certain to be let down by the game, and we really can’t think of a reason to shell out $50 for a game that’s not going to last you more than a few hours of play. However, if you really, really, really feel compelled to spend $50, you’d be better of mailing it to us…we are sure we can find something better to do with it than spending it on Fight Club.
35
XboxXBox Evolved
Fight Club the game, is not either a good representation of the Fight Club book, Fight Club movie, or the fighting game genre. It will not hold any value for any fighting fans even if you find it in the bargain bin, and Fight Club fans everywhere should especially stay away from this skid mark in the fighting game genre.
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XboxNetjak
Those who know me understand my obsession with the film, “Fight Club.” So when I discovered that a videogame rendition of the movie was spun into production, I went into a less-than-stellar mood to say the least. In an industry where nothing is held sacred (not even cult film classics), videogames can sometimes continue the legacy of certain films, or ruin their credibility entirely (unfortunately with licensed titles, the latter is most common). The most frequent signs of such an atrocity would be having a generic developer on board that will no doubt take any trace of originality out of the game; no doubt leaving you scrambling to find any resemblance between the movie and the actual game incarnation. Fight Club is probably the last film you’d expect to be a videogame, given its status to its die-hard fan base.
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XboxX-Power
Mijn conclusie zal al wel duidelijk zijn uit al het voorgaande. Als ik Fight Club als spel gewoon moet reviewen, zonder het te vergelijken met andere games, dan kan ik vaststellen dat het een degelijke productie is, die zeker geen felle kritiek verdient. Vergelijken we Fight Club echter met alle andere fighters op Xbox en daarbuiten, dan valt het ver onder de middelmaat.
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PlayStation 2GameCell UK
Fight Club could have been so much more. This game is basically based on rule eight of Fight Club, and not much else. Even an interesting presentation style to reflect the direction and editing of the film would have given it some substance. It’s a case of too little, far too late, I am afraid.
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XboxGameDaily
Fight Club should have never been made into a videogame. The movie's memory is tarnished by this dull fighting game that fails to capture the spirit of the movie. There's a reason why you shouldn't talk about the Fight Club game. Do yourself a favor and just watch the movie instead.
30
Xbox1UP
One of the ads for Fight Club (the game) runs the line: "I want you to hit me as hard as you can." It's lifted directly from a scene in the movie where Tyler (Brad Pitt's character) makes it his condition for letting the Narrator (Edward Norton's character) move in with him. In this case, it's more than just a memorable quote. Consider it as the gaming equivalent of the surgeon general's warning. Playing Fight Club may cause a catatonic state, it takes a jarring hit to snap out of.
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PlayStation 21UP
One of the ads for Fight Club (the game) runs the line: "I want you to hit me as hard as you can." It's lifted directly from a scene in the movie where Tyler (Brad Pitt's character) makes it his condition for letting the Narrator (Edward Norton's character) move in with him. In this case, it's more than just a memorable quote. Consider it as the gaming equivalent of the surgeon general's warning. Playing Fight Club may cause a catatonic state, it takes a jarring hit to snap out of.
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XboxGaming Target
Other than these tiny bright spots, there is absolutely nothing here that any other fighting game can happily provide. Anything with the words “Dead or Alive,” “Mortal Kombat,” or “Soul Calibur” in their titles are far more superior to this very poor excuse to milk money from a film merchandising license.
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Xbox4Players.de
So herausragend der Film ist, so unterdurchschnittlich ist der dazu gehörige Lizenzmüll, der versucht, als Prügelspiel verkleidet für Unmut zu sorgen. Eine schwache Grafik wird nur noch übertroffen von einer madigen Soundkulisse sowie einer trägen Steuerung, bei der die umfangreiche Kombo-Bibliothek vollkommen zum Fenster raus geworfen wird. Die Story ist lahm, die Gewalt nur Mittel zum Zweck und weder so verstörend wie das Filmvorbild noch so „over-the-top“ wie bei den Spielen der Mortal Kombat-Serie. Selbst das Online-Spiel, normalerweise ein Garant für Spaß, wird durch das zähe Gameplay zur vollkommenen Belanglosigkeit verurteilt. Als erstes Bildmaterial zu Fight Club veröffentlicht wurde, erinnerte alles an Pitfighter, dann auf der E3 sah es tatsächlich verheißungsvoll aus. Doch im Nachhinein ist Fight Club einer der sinnlosesten und motivationsärmsten Prügler, die seit langer Zeit auf meinem Schreibtisch gelandet sind.
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PlayStation 24Players.de
So herausragend der Film ist, so unterdurchschnittlich ist der dazu gehörige Lizenzmüll, der versucht, als Prügelspiel verkleidet für Unmut zu sorgen. Eine schwache Grafik wird nur noch übertroffen von einer madigen Soundkulisse sowie einer trägen Steuerung, bei der die umfangreiche Kombo-Bibliothek vollkommen zum Fenster raus geworfen wird. Die Story ist lahm, die Gewalt nur Mittel zum Zweck und weder so verstörend wie das Filmvorbild noch so „over-the-top“ wie bei den Spielen der Mortal Kombat-Serie. Selbst das Online-Spiel, normalerweise ein Garant für Spaß, wird durch das zähe Gameplay zur vollkommenen Belanglosigkeit verurteilt. Als erstes Bildmaterial zu Fight Club veröffentlicht wurde, erinnerte alles an Pitfighter, dann auf der E3 sah es tatsächlich verheißungsvoll aus. Doch im Nachhinein ist Fight Club einer der sinnlosesten und motivationsärmsten Prügler, die seit langer Zeit auf meinem Schreibtisch gelandet sind.
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XboxEntertainment Depot, The
With poor production, a shoddy and limited engine, a story that has almost nothing to do with the movie, and an almost non-existent online base to fight against, Fight Club takes what few interesting concepts it had, like taking a custom fighter through arcade mode and online to gain points to level up different feats, and throws them out the window. If you are a fan of the movie, you will not like this; if you are a fan of the book you will not like this; and if you are a fan of fighting games, you will not like this. Even with games I am not overly fond of, I am still comfortable with offering a recommendation to rent because they still have some qualities that are worth checking out, but not here. There is just so much else that is more worthwhile than Fight Club.
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PlayStation 2Gaming Target
Fight Club was in development at Genuine Games and VU Games for a little over a year and in all that time barely a single word about the title was revealed to the gaming world. And it's not as if people didn't want to know. They wanted to do how it would be possible to even turn an excellent movie (and book) like Fight Club into a video game that would be even slightly enjoyable. But they adhered to the rule. A few screenshots. Talk of the ability to break an opponents limbs during a fight. The huge reveal that Meatloaf would provide his voice and likeness for Bob! This is what we knew.
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PlayStation 2Thunderbolt Games
All of that said, sometimes Fight Club almost seems decent. Maybe you just finished someone by breaking their arm (complete with a dramatic x-ray shot of the bones breaking) or put together a rare brutal string of attacks where the collision detection actually seemed accurate and thought, “wow, I could almost see the beginnings of a solid game here.” Unfortunately, those moments are so fleeting and utterly soiled by the surrounding muck that you’ll certainly never actually mistake Fight Club for a game worth playing. Genuine Games and Vivendi Universal could have taken this widely loved IP and created something truly special, but alas, it wasn’t meant to be. Maybe Tyler Durden really did say it best when he announced the very first rule of his underground gladiatorial escapades: You Do Not Talk About Fight Club. Amen, brotha.
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PlayStation 2Loadedinc.
Fight Club is a huge disappointment: instead of even coming close to living up to the movie’s massive reputation, the game looks just another fighting game with the license badly tacked on. Perhaps competing with Tekken or Virtua Fighter is too much to ask, but Fight Club feels like it was badly rushed, and badly developed. Keep away, and wait for Tekken 5 if you need a great fighting game.
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PlayStation 2Games Radar
The first rule of Fight Club is - don't buy Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is - DO NOT BUY FIGHT CLUB. Do you need to hear the other six?
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XboxGame Critics
Most of Fight Club's problems exist at the conceptual level—the designers made a very bad choice about the type of game they were making very early on, and the game suffered because of it. The other errors, though—the terrible manual, the graphical glitches, the utter lack of fun present in the fighting that makes up the entirety of the game's content—these are the problems of a game that wasn't tested as exhaustively as it should have been, and I can't help but wonder how that could have happened; I mean, the game's already five years past being relevant, it would have killed them to take another six months to make it decent?
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XboxJustPressPlay
I’m really not sure why they even bothered with this game, I guessthey were just looking for some extra $$$ or had some spare time. Itlacks any real innovation and becomes dull and mind-numbing after justa few fights as every fight is exactly the same. Whoever approved thisgame needs to get a beat down themself. Unless you have a lot of extratime and no other choice, pass on this one.
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XboxPAL Gaming Network (PALGN)
One has to question what the developer felt they could achieve by making a game out of Fight Club in the first place, let alone an absolutely terrible one like this. You can’t capture the best parts of the source material in this format, so you’re left with tackling one minor piece of the puzzle. There’s absolutely no reason to play this game – not even beating up Fred Durst with Abe Lincoln is enough fun to endure the pain required to unlock them. Not even the “so bad it’s good” comedy value you can get out of bad films can apply to this game; it’s just that bad. Playing Fight Club should be considered an act of masochism.
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PlayStation 2Gamers Europe
As damning as my criticism of this game is, it still won’t be scoring a zero. Why’s that? Well it’s like I said – it’s not as bad as Pitfighter... but it’s not far off. This is the worst kind of gaming garbage, and it's heading for a bargain bin near you.
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PlayStation 2Gaming Age
When first seeing, playing, and reviewing this game, I can't help but laugh. If the gaming industry had a "Mystery Science Theater 3000", this would be the equivalent of "Manos, the Hands of Fate". Sure, it's pretty generic underneath it all, but the layering of sheer badness elevates it to a certain legendary state. Give it a rent, and let the hilarity begin at the fact everything comes off as either a really clever parody of licensed games or one of the worst things you've ever had to play. Limp Bizkit frontman and "Fight Club" character Fred Durst once said "You wanted the worst" You've got the worst!? Indeed, Fred. Indeed.
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XboxGame Revolution
So much energy was obviously dumped into recreating the stylish look of the film that all of its complex themes are missing, and they didn't even get the basic fighting right. There's no reason to spend more than a few minutes on Fight Club, but a better idea is to follow the rules and not even acknowledge it at all.
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PlayStation 2Game Revolution
The rest of the game, though, might actually make you sick. So much energy was obviously dumped into recreating the stylish look of the film that all of its complex themes are missing, and they didn’t even get the basic fighting right. There’s no reason to spend more than a few minutes on Fight Club, but a better idea is to follow the rules and not even acknowledge it at all.