Игра для тех, кто только что посмотрел (или пересмотрел) фильм и находится в нужном для разработчиков состоянии, когда сотню рублей отдать не жалко. Наш вам совет — подождите пару дней, дабы остудить свой пыл. Если желание не унялось — покупайте, но мы вас предупреждали.
Pacific Rim is the usual useless and badly developed tie-in; everything, from the graphics to the combat-system, leaves much to be desired and the pushy in game purchases are the classic final blow on a game that no one frankly was missing.
It could have been a modern Godzilla Destroy All Monsters Melee. But in this form Pacific Rim is just a conceptually interesting but boring fighting game with big robots and gutsy in-app-purchases.
Even with the slightest of appeal for its online play, overall tepid gameplay and graphics combine to once again prove the all-too-often bad movie-based videogame cliché and sink Pacific Rim to the ocean's depths.
With more time and potentially more resources, this could have been an exciting and enjoyable experience with the power to stand on its own, independent of the film. As it is, its pleasures rust away long before it finally gets moving.
Hooray for the digital download! Normally these kinds of movie games would be only available in store shelves, full priced. If you've bought it accidentally now, you'll only have lost ten Euros. That's pretty much all the positive sentiment we have to share on Pacific Rim: The Video Game. It's so boring and slow, we couldn't even recommend it for free.