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PlayStation 2 8 3.9
Xbox 8 3.5
Combined User Score 22 3.8


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PlayStation 2Digital Entertainment News (den) (Oct 05, 2003)
Evolving from a generic action game trading on Buffy concepts and the Buffy license the first time out to a sharply-delivered game that works because of the licensed property its drawn from rather than in spite of it, BtVS: Chaos Bleeds does for TV-licensed videogames what Activision’s Spider-Man did for comic book-inspired videogames: it proves a licensed game doesn’t HAVE to suck. Unless, of course, the suckage has to do with blood plasma, not gameplay!
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XboxGameCola.net (Jan, 2004)
All in all, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is an underrated game that is disregarded because of the TV show linked with its title. Trust me, it's worth your time to pick it up and check it out. Just call it The Beat Up Vampires Game instead if it makes you feel better. Go, do it now!
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In all, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds, is highly recommended for both fans of the previous game, as well as those still enamored by the defunct cult series.
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XboxDefunct Games (Aug 23, 2003)
Chaos Bleeds won't set the industry on fire with its originality, and to a lot of people it will look like more of the same, but you'd be hard pressed to find a game like it that offers more excitement. This is one of the very few TV shows that actually works as a video game, and should be picked up be every Xbox (or PlayStation 2 and GameCube) owning Buffy fan. And though it features a story that ties in to other episodes, it's easily accessible to those who have never even heard of the series. Who knows, it may even prompt you to give the show a chance.
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PlayStation 2Game Shark (Sep 26, 2003)
For Buffy fans that love third-person fighting action games, Chaos Bleeds will be well received, but for fans coming into the series without thought or care for the role that made Sarah Michelle Gellar a star, this game may not be so appealing and comes off as just another beat 'em up with some supernatural elements thrown in for fun. Overall Chaos Bleeds is an okay action game for the average Joe Gamer, and an outstanding collection of extra baubles for fans of the series still lamenting its demise.
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PlayStation 2Game Over Online (Oct 17, 2003)
Overall, though, Chaos Bleeds does the TV series justice, with an original adventure taking fans through a number of familiar locales with their favorite vampire hunters. While the A.I. could’ve been stronger and there could’ve been more with the playable characters, Chaos Bleeds does a great job of appealing to fans and newcomers to the show alike. Adventure fans should look at sinking their teeth into this game.
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XboxGame Over Online (Oct 17, 2003)
Overall, though, Chaos Bleeds does the TV series justice, with an original adventure taking fans through a number of familiar locales with their favorite vampire hunters. While the A.I. could've been stronger and there could've been more with the playable characters, Chaos Bleeds does a great job of appealing to fans and newcomers to the show alike. Adventure fans should look at sinking their teeth into this game.
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GameCubeGame Over Online (Oct 17, 2003)
Overall, though, Chaos Bleeds does the TV series justice, with an original adventure taking fans through a number of familiar locales with their favorite vampire hunters. While the A.I. could’ve been stronger and there could’ve been more with the playable characters, Chaos Bleeds does a great job of appealing to fans and newcomers to the show alike. Adventure fans should look at sinking their teeth into this game.
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PlayStation 2Game Informer Magazine (Sep, 2003)
Buffy’s console brawlers have always been surprisingly satisfying. You can play as a handful of colorful Buffy alumni, giggle at the very Buffy-like dialogue, and take advantage of the many unlockable extras like interviews and multiplayer fighting modes. Nice work, Buffster – your game is officially deemed fun.
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GameCube64 Power / big.N / N Games (Oct, 2003)
(PAL version)
Junghexe Willow darf natürlich auf ihre magischen Fähigkeiten zurückgreifen, was das Spiel allerdings ab und an fast etwas zu einfach erscheinen lässt, Sonnenlichtzauber zum Beispiel zerpusten alle Vampire im Umkreis zu Staub. Apropos. Staub: Wird ein Vampir dem endgültigen Tod überantwortet, löst er sich in seine Bestandteile auf und hinterlässt ein schmauchendes Skelett. Das ist hübsch und trägt genau wie die flüssigen, schwungvollen Bewegungen sehr zur Buffy-Atmosphäre bei. Besonders die Originalsprecher haben gegenüber der englischen Version kräftig zugelegt und wurden erfreulicherweise allesamt verpflichtet.
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PlayStation 2Deaf Gamers (2003)
Chaos Bleeds can be regarded as a success if someone like myself can actually enjoy it as a game. As I mentioned earlier I don't like the TV show but I found the game enjoyable and I appreciated playing as different characters as it breaks up the monotony of performing the same attacks throughout the game. Fans of the TV show will surely be impressed and will get something extra from the game. From what I've read the game neatly fits in between episodes of earlier TV shows and people who have watched the programs will certainly appreciate the plot more than someone like myself.
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XboxGame Chronicles (Oct 29, 2003)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is a solid game and worthy sequel to the original, even if it does play out a bit easier than the first. The simple fact that you get to play the other slayers, learn countless moves, wield a variety of weapons and cast amazing spells in some ways surpasses the original, at least in concept and execution. There are a few places that need some work but for the most part Chaos Bleeds will satisfy the cravings of discriminating Buffy fans or anyone just looking to put the smack down on some undead baddies bent on world domination.
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XboxGameSpot (Aug 26, 2003)
Though Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds can't be called any kind of real major technical improvement over the first Buffy game, it provides enough new and interesting achievements to make it a great follow-up. Additionally, the game has lots of other content that should greatly appeal to the Buffy audience, including a number of cast interviews and photo galleries (with an exclusive James Marsters interview in the PlayStation 2 version). In the end, Chaos Bleeds is an excellent, well-put-together action adventure game that most fans of the genre should be able to enjoy and any Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan will love.
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GameCubeGameSpot (Aug 26, 2003)
Though the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series has seen its series finale and has traipsed its way into the land of pending syndication, these facts do not mean the franchise is without life. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is the follow-up to last year's well-received Buffy the Vampire Slayer, an action game exclusively developed for the Xbox by The Collective. In this year's installment, Buffy is on all three console platforms and has changed developers--with Eurocom Entertainment Software taking over the reins. Despite the personnel and console changes, however, Buffy is back in true form. For better or for worse, Chaos Bleeds retains practically all of the gameplay elements of the first Buffy game, but there are some significant upgrades as well.
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PlayStation 2GameZone (Sep 20, 2003)
PS2 gamers, I feel your anguish. I could sense your insatiable craving you all feel when there’s a Xbox Only game or GameCube exclusive that you probably won’t get to play unless you have a friend that owns that other console. One of the games I know PS2 gamers have been dying to sink their teeth into is Buffy the Vampire Slayer--a game that debuted on the Xbox with much success and praise from game reviewers. Well, my fellow PS2 gamers, we will get our chance to dust some vampires as Buffy Summers in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds.
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PlayStation 2GameSpot (Aug 26, 2003)
Though the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series has seen its series finale and has traipsed its way into the land of pending syndication, these facts do not mean the franchise is without life. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is the follow-up to last year's well-received Buffy the Vampire Slayer, an action game exclusively developed for the Xbox by The Collective. In this year's installment, Buffy is on all three console platforms and has changed developers--with Eurocom Entertainment Software taking over the reins. Despite the personnel and console changes, however, Buffy is back in true form. For better or for worse, Chaos Bleeds retains practically all of the gameplay elements of the first Buffy game, but there are some significant upgrades as well.
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XboxXbox World Australia (XWA) (Dec 09, 2003)
Buffy: Chaos Bleeds, for all intents and purposes is a very similar game to its predecessor. It manages to improve slightly on most aspects of the original game and makes for a more accessible and less frustrating experience, barring some minor bungles in the graphical department and the over-simplistic combat. Even if the multiplayer mode is disappointingly shallow, the great single-player portion that allows you to play as no less than six different characters makes up for it in a big way. If you enjoyed the first Buffy, there is no doubt that you will have a good time with this one, but be prepared to feel like you are simply getting more of the same at times during the game.
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PlayStation 2Gamesdog (Dec 15, 2003)
Overall, this isn't just a fans' game. Ok, it helps if you are, and I'm sure that the screaming hordes of teen Buffy lovers will drive this game to success, but it is there on another level. It is addictive, you will want to get stuck in, and rightly so. But if this game is in competition with some bigger players, it will probably lose. Will people go for Buffy over Tomb Raider? They should, but it'll be the latter's control system that drives them there, rather than being a much better game.
80
All in all, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is a great package for fans of the show and action gamers alike. Now if VU can borrow Sarah Michelle for a bit of work, things just may get even better when the next one rolls around.
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XboxExtreme Gamer (Sep 30, 2003)
If I weren’t so incredibly broke, I would have purchased this game in a heartbeat. After playing this game I found myself wishing that the TV series hadn’t been discontinued. If Universal has released this game a year ago they quite likely would have had a much larger fanbase, possibly saving the show. Oh well, I guess there’s always Angel. I’m not too sure about the replayability, but all things considered, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds will make a welcome addition to any gamer’s collection.
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XboxGameSpy (Oct 02, 2003)
While a midnight trek through a haunted cemetery may be scary, nothing terrifies a game reviewer like the prospect of having to spend quality time with a game based on a popular license. Happily, for me -- and I guess for you, as well -- Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is far more than just your typical license-themed ripoff.
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GameCubeGamePro (US) (Aug 26, 2003)
Welcome to Sunnydale. Home of the Slayer. Population 300,000 (more than half are undead). Enjoy your slay! Chaos Bleeds is not a sequel to last year’s Buffy Xbox title, and with a new developer and publisher behind the game, there’s no reason it would be. And yet, the game might as well be a sequel because its character/level design and solid gameplay are almost identical to the original title.
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GameCubeGameSpy (Oct 02, 2003)
Putting it mildly -- and keeping the vampire theme alive -- most games based on popular licenses bite and suck. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is the exception. Not just a way to make a quick buck off of diehard Buffy fans, it's a game that is as deep and fun to play as anything else on the system.
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GameCube64 Power / big.N / N Games (Sep, 2003)
Mit dem Beginn des ersten Levels erkennt der beflissene Jägerinnen-Fan viele lieb gewonnene Details wieder: Wer Buffy das erste Mal beobachtet, wie sie einem Vampir einen schwungvollen Tritt mit anschließender „Pflock-Drehung‘ verpasst, fühlt sich augenblicklich in die Fernsehserie versetzt. Leider konnten nicht alle (US-) Sprecher für ihre jeweilige Rolle gewonnen werden, und vor allem Willow hört sich eher wie eine verzweifelte Sechzehnjährige mit Stimmbandriss an. Vereinzelte Probleme bei der Kollisionsabfrage (Pflock im Schritt? AUTSCH!!] und der automatischen Kamera trüben das ansonsten solide Spielerlebnis, sind jedoch eher lästig als gravierend.
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GameCubeN-Zone (Nov 20, 2003)
Bis jetzt habe ich die Serie immer nur beim Durchzappen gesehen und so wird das auch in Zukunft bleiben. Mir gefällt Buffy einfach nicht! Umso überraschter war ich von diesem Spiel. Unmengen Untote zu pfählen, macht einfach Spaß. Um aber mehr Taktik in die Kämpfe einfließen zu lassen, wird man von den Vampiren und Dämonen zu sehr bedrängt. Nur im Zweikampf ist das zu bewerkstelligen. Ansonsten bleibt einem nichts anderes übrig, als draufzukloppen. Laune macht's trotzdem!
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PlayStation 2Game Captain (Nov 17, 2003)
Aber zu meiner Überraschung ist Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleed kein schlechtes Spiel. Im Gegenteil: Die Steuerung geht nach etwas Einspielzeit locker von der Hand und das Finishen der Gegner mit dem Pflock oder dem Ende einer Schaufel macht irgendwie Spaß, auch wenn das Blut diesmal nicht bis an die Decke spritzt. Was mich aber extrem gestört hat waren die Rätsel, die zum Teil einfach überflüssig sind. Hätte man diese weggelassen, etwas an der Kamera gemacht und wären von den Künstler bei Vivendi Interactive dem Spiel noch ein paar Gegner mehr spendiert worden, hätte es ein echter Knaller werden können. Gerade die Abwechslung durch die vielen Charaktere macht Laune und die Sprachausgabe passt in jeder Situation wie die Faust aufs Auge und wiederholt sich nur selten. Für Fans der Serie kann ich mir allerdings nichts Besseres vorstellen. Die Extras, die man freispielen kann, könnten für diese Käuferschicht schon Grund genug sein, um zuzuschlagen.
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XboxIGN (Aug 28, 2003)
Chaos Bleeds is as fun as the original Buffy game on Xbox, but not quite as tight. The AI is a bit too forgiving at times turning the game into more of a button-masher than it needs to be. But, like I said, it's lots of fun. With plenty of Buffy flavor, Chaos bleeds will appeal to Buffy fans but is accessible to noobs, as well. The multiplayer is an added bonus and is in no way shoddy. And hey, how many games have allowed you to play as a dummy? If you love Buffy, get this game. If you dig action games, this one might be better served as an extended rental.
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GameCubeIGN (Aug, 2003)
Chaos Bleeds is as fun as the original Buffy game on Xbox, but not quite as tight. The AI is a bit too forgiving at times turning the game into more of a button-masher than it needs to be. But, like I said, it's lots of fun. With plenty of Buffy flavor, Chaos bleeds will appeal to Buffy fans but is accessible to noobs, as well. The multiplayer is an added bonus and is in no way shoddy. And hey, how many games have allowed you to play as a dummy? If you love Buffy, get this game. If you dig action games, this one might be better served as an extended rental.
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PlayStation 2IGN (Aug 28, 2003)
Last year EA and The Collective brought Buffy the Vampire Slayer exclusively to Xbox, and the game was a big hit. Successfully transforming a popular TV show with a devoted following into a good game is not an easy or automatic task. The challenge of repeating that success would be difficult, as Vivendi Universal and developer Eurocom found out with Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Choas Bleeds for Xbox, PS2, and GameCube.
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Xbox4Players.de (Nov 17, 2003)
Dass in Chaos Bleeds kein Blut fließt, liegt nicht an den hiesigen Jugendschutzbestimmungen, sondern daran, dass es die Macher so wollten - und es steht dem Titel gut. Weniger gut stehen Buffy & Co hingegen die teils etwas staksigen Animationen und abenteuerlichen Kameraeinstellungen. Schade auch, dass trotz illusterer Charakterriege die Kämpfe auf Dauer recht monoton wirken und sich der Spielverlauf sehr linear präsentiert. Warum es auf der PS2 keinen 60Hz-Modus und auf dem GameCube keine Option auf die Originalstimmen der Schauspieler gibt, wissen aber wohl nur die Entwickler. Aber kein Grund zur Sorge: Das Spiel läuft auf allen Plattformen angenehm flüssig und die deutsche Synchro ist dank der offiziellen TV-Serien-Sprecher absolut topp. Atmosphäre und Humor stimmen ebenfalls und die Story bleibt bis zum Ende spannend - was man von den eher einfallslosen Rätseln nicht unbedingt sagen kann.
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GameCube4Players.de (Nov 17, 2003)
Dass in Chaos Bleeds kein Blut fließt, liegt nicht an den hiesigen Jugendschutzbestimmungen, sondern daran, dass es die Macher so wollten - und es steht dem Titel gut. Weniger gut stehen Buffy & Co hingegen die teils etwas staksigen Animationen und abenteuerlichen Kameraeinstellungen. Schade auch, dass trotz illusterer Charakterriege die Kämpfe auf Dauer recht monoton wirken und sich der Spielverlauf sehr linear präsentiert. Warum es auf der PS2 keinen 60Hz-Modus und auf dem GameCube keine Option auf die Originalstimmen der Schauspieler gibt, wissen aber wohl nur die Entwickler. Aber kein Grund zur Sorge: Das Spiel läuft auf allen Plattformen angenehm flüssig und die deutsche Synchro ist dank der offiziellen TV-Serien-Sprecher absolut topp. Atmosphäre und Humor stimmen ebenfalls und die Story bleibt bis zum Ende spannend - was man von den eher einfallslosen Rätseln nicht unbedingt sagen kann.
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PlayStation 24Players.de (Nov 17, 2003)
Dass in Chaos Bleeds kein Blut fließt, liegt nicht an den hiesigen Jugendschutzbestimmungen, sondern daran, dass es die Macher so wollten - und es steht dem Titel gut. Weniger gut stehen Buffy & Co hingegen die teils etwas staksigen Animationen und abenteuerlichen Kameraeinstellungen. Schade auch, dass trotz illusterer Charakterriege die Kämpfe auf Dauer recht monoton wirken und sich der Spielverlauf sehr linear präsentiert. Warum es auf der PS2 keinen 60Hz-Modus und auf dem GameCube keine Option auf die Originalstimmen der Schauspieler gibt, wissen aber wohl nur die Entwickler. Aber kein Grund zur Sorge: Das Spiel läuft auf allen Plattformen angenehm flüssig und die deutsche Synchro ist dank der offiziellen TV-Serien-Sprecher absolut topp. Atmosphäre und Humor stimmen ebenfalls und die Story bleibt bis zum Ende spannend - was man von den eher einfallslosen Rätseln nicht unbedingt sagen kann.
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GameCubeKombo.com (Nov 26, 2003)
When it comes down to the wire Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is a good game to take for a spin for almost all gamers. But for Buffy worshipers it’s a must buy. Most of everything in the game is on the a little above average level making it a fun run through. But what really seals the quality is the uncanny "true-to-TV" atmosphere of the game. So if you have the cash to spare go ahead and purchase, but if you only shell out your 50 buck for the top of the line, Chaos Bleeds can make a mighty fine rental.
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GameCubeGameZone (Sep 20, 2003)
All in all, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds is a worthy follow-up to a great game but ultimately falls victim to design clichés such as tedious fetch quests and repetitive combat. Fans of the source-material will certainly disagree with me, and that’s fine, I’m admittedly not a fan so perhaps a lot of the concepts and content were lost on me. In any case, Chaos Bleeds is a fun, somewhat lengthy (about 10 hours) romp that serves perfectly as a weekend rental.
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XboxYiya (Dec 27, 2003)
Für Buffy Fans ist das Spiel sowieso ein Pflichtkauf, doch auch alle anderen Spieler, die mit einer zickigen Kamera zurecht kommen, sollten sich das Spiel auf jeden Fall mal ansehen. Ein wirklich sehr gelungenes Action Adventure, was mal wieder zeigt, dass es auch durchaus recht gute Spiele zu Fernsehserien geben kann. Wer lediglich den Preis scheut, der sollte sich dann einfach den Vorgänger kaufen, der kostet nur etwa die Hälfte, beinhaltet zwar nur eine spielbare Heldin, doch bietet er ansonsten auch sehr ordentlichen Spielspaß fürs Geld.
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XboxMS Xbox World (Nov 23, 2003)
Since much of the game's story relies on its ties to the Buffy universe, having authentic looking characters is a must. Buffy the Vampire Slayer achieves what few licensed games are able to do - create a game that is both true to the source material and fun to play. Over all Buffy is a decent game which just missed the mark of being a must have, due to the aforementioned camera problems, and a linier storyline. If you are a Buffy fan you will not be disappointed, If not then it is definitely worth a look if you have some spare cash, or well worth at least a rental.
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PlayStation 2VGPub (2004)
This game does a decent job of being a port from show to game, but falls short on everything else. If you are not a Buffy fan, I wouldn?t even suggest renting it, since there are much better titles out there worth your time. For casual Buffy fans, I would recommend a rental, if nothing else simply to view the extras of the game. The hardcore Buffy fans will find plenty to keep themselves entertained, and would probably do well to purchase this game.
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XboxJeuxvideo.com (Oct 29, 2003)
Essai non transformé pour cette suite du truculent Buffy Contre Les Vampires. Si le jeu de Collective comportait quelques défauts, il est regrettable de constater que, loin d'avoir été corrigés, ils sont aujourd'hui accentués. Répétitif, énervant par ses recherches idiotes et disposant de nouveaux personnages pas si intéressants que ça, Chaos Bleeds a pour lui son histoire sympa et ses combats pêchus bien qu'un peu redondants. A réserver aux fans avant tout. Snif.
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GameCubeJeuxvideo.com (Nov 19, 2003)
Essai non transformé pour cette suite du truculent Buffy Contre Les Vampires. Si le jeu de Collective comportait quelques défauts, il est regrettable de constater que, loin d'avoir été corrigés, ils sont aujourd'hui accentués. Répétitif, énervant par ses recherches idiotes et disposant de nouveaux personnages pas si intéressants que ça, Chaos Bleeds a pour lui son histoire sympa et ses combats pêchus bien qu'un peu redondants. A réserver aux fans avant tout. Snif.
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PlayStation 2Jeuxvideo.com (Oct 29, 2003)
Essai non transformé pour cette suite du truculent Buffy Contre Les Vampires. Si le jeu de Collective comportait quelques défauts, il est regrettable de constater que, loin d'avoir été corrigés, ils sont aujourd'hui accentués. Répétitif, énervant par ses recherches idiotes et disposant de nouveaux personnages pas si intéressants que ça, Chaos Bleeds a pour lui son histoire sympa et ses combats pêchus bien qu'un peu redondants. A réserver aux fans avant tout. Snif.
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PlayStation 2GameSpy (Oct 02, 2003)
The PS2 crowd could only look on as their Xboxing friends happily slaughtered the undead in last year's surprisingly good Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This time around, the slayer is back on all consoles in Vivendi Universal's Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds. Developer Eurocom has upped the gameplay in almost all areas, but not all of these upgrades translate successfully to the PS2.
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PlayStation 2Eurogamer.net (UK) (Oct 28, 2003)
And, as we said at the outset, this one could swing either way for most of us. Yes, it's a poorly-constructed game at times and some of the puzzles are bafflingly moronic, but if you're prepared to load up GameFAQs to get past the daftest ones then you'll make steady progress and probably get about 10 hours of gaming out of it. The fact that we actually did play it through to completion - despite the sort of flaws that have sent us flying off the handle in countless other reviews - is a testament to its continued accessibility and the continuing attraction of the Buffy franchise. But, on the other hand, if you're new to this Buffy lark, you'll almost certainly get more excitement out of a DVD box set. "Try before you buy," then, and let's hope the next Buffy game is more than a simple update.
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XboxSuper Play (Sweden) (Nov, 2003)
Det är underhållande, men stannas upp av en del sega pussel, en kamera som inte alltid är där man vill ha den samt stela dialoger. Brister som man som Buffy-älskare kan ha överseende med.
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PlayStation 2GameCell UK (2003)
As fun as the fighting can be this is not a great game. I think that even fans of the show would soon get tired of it (I did). There are other games out there that do what this does better; one ironic thing is that the first Buffy game is one of them. The XBox Buffy seemed to play much more smoothly and faster, had 5.1 sounds and did not have so many combat glitches and iffy collision detections. This may be worth a rent for fans, but Xbox owners would be better picking the old game up on budget.
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XboxGame Revolution (Sep, 2003)
While the game stumbles along the line of mediocrity in its gameplay, it does a good job with its extras. Fans will love the unlockable movies and pictures, including interviews with cast members and voice-over sessions. I find it hard to listen to self-indulgent actors riff awkwardly about video games, but I suppose Buffy fans will eat it up.
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GameCubeGame Revolution (Sep, 2003)
The rest of the world, though, should probably pass on Chaos Bleeds. It's simply not as good as the first Buffy game and suffers from loose control and repetitive gameplay. I guess hot chicks and vampires don't automatically make things awesome.
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PlayStation 2Game Revolution (Sep, 2003)
Every Gygax-fearing geek loves vampires, and I’m no exception. Creepy vampires, vampires with cool hair, vampires with terrible hair, weird vampires, jive turkey vampires, even a whole goddamn planet crawling with vampires - hell, throw some false teeth on a zombie and I’m in.
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XboxThe Video Game Critic (Sep 21, 2008)
The dialogue lacks the wit and irony of the show, and comes off more like dialogue that's trying to sound like the show. A two-player mode is included, but these games are pathetic! Whether you're collecting bunnies or fighting zombies, random events cause both players to switch characters or worse yet - switch scores. Fans of the Buffster can bump up the grade by a letter, but only because of the fun unlockable videos which include outtakes and interviews with the cast. Note: An astute reader pointed out that this was a cross-platform game that was likely watered down by the PS2.