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Video Game Vintage Title Brave: A Warrior's Tale

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Brave: A Warrior's Tale

Brave: A Warrior's Tale

Brave: A Warrior's Tale is an action-adventure video game developed by Collision Studios and published by Evolved Games and SouthPeak Interactive for the Xbox 360. The Xbox version shipped to North American retailers on August 4, 2009, with the Wii version shipping shortly after.

Armed with Brave's stories and teachings, as well as various weapons including the Spirit Dancer's Tomahawk and the powerful Warrior's Bow, Courage will battle dangerous creatures such as fierce wolves, fallen warriors and the Wendigo in order to protect his tribe.

Brave has received generally negative reviews.

Chris Watters of Gamespot.com claims "A cruelly hijacked story makes this otherwise serviceable game a pale shadow of adventures past." Watters scored the game a 4.5/10.

Tom Price of teamxbox calls the game a "standard third-person action-adventure game" that "lacks all the charm of a Banjo-Kazooie type of world." Price also noticed several game-bugs, stating "I canít tell you how many times I fell through solid objects or had the game completely freeze up on me." Price scored the game a 2.5/10, accounting for its lowest rating.

The staff at Gamezone scored the game a 5.5/10, saying "In bringing the game to the 360 , Collision Studios added some pretty terrible new content, and not a small number of bugs and glitches." They also stated that "The moment-to-moment gameplay of Braveís sequences are fairly fun (though bugs are far more frequent than they should be), but the beginning and ending Courage segments are frustrating, poorly designed, and ridiculously glitchy."

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