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Xbox OneWay Too Many Games (Aug 23, 2020)
Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time feels like a relic from a bygone era. It’s almost like I’ve just unearthed a previously unreleased licensed title from the Gamecube and PS2 era. Don’t get me wrong, if this had been released back in the day, it would have been considered a classic. This is a surprisingly well-put licensed title that won’t simply just please fans of the source material, but anyone who’s into a good old hack n’ slash title. It might have some camera and control issues, but all in all, I never thought I’d ever play a Samurai Jack game in this day and age, let alone one as robust as this.
Nintendo SwitchNintendo Life (Aug 22, 2020)
It may feel like it’s a few years too late, but Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is a worthwhile experience that properly celebrates a beloved IP while being a darned good action game in its own right. A striking art style, well-executed combat mechanics, and a challenging level of difficulty make this one an easy recommendation, but with the caveat that it’s a little light on original ideas and that performance can often dip to sub-par levels. It may not be perfect, but Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time acts as a great companion piece to the legendary cartoon; don’t dismiss this as just another tie-in.
Xbox OneVideo Chums (Aug 28, 2020)
Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time definitely doesn't offer anything particularly groundbreaking but it does feature satisfying old-school hack and slash fun that's hard not to enjoy. Throw in some RPG elements and you're left with a solid albeit lackluster experience.
Windowscublikefoot (Aug 21, 2020)
So with that said, I would say that Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is worthy of recommendation. It’s a solid action platformer with some nice combat, a cool aesthetic, and an overall nostalgic style of gameplay reminiscent of the PS2 and GameCube days. It may not have much in the way of a story and the combat isn’t perfect, but I had a good time during the six hours that it took for me to complete the game. It’s definitely worth a look for fans of the series or really anyone that’s a fan of the 3D action platformers of old.