Darksiders for Xbox 360
Xbox 360


Jan 5, 2010
88th of 1221

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About this game

Developer: Vigil Games
Content Rating: Mature


Caught in an epic struggle between Heaven and Hell, the legendary Horseman is left with only one option- to fight his way out. Wielding the fearsome sword Chaoseater, War must carve a bloody trail through Angels and Demons alike to uncover a dangerous truth...one that may bring about the end of mankind. EXPLORE the streets of a hell-ravaged city or ascend crumbling buildings to face horrors in the sky above. CONQUER Hell’s most terrifying monstrosities using a host of supernatural abilities and devastating combat moves. DESTROY your enemies by unleashing the unstoppable power of your Chaos Form!

Gamer Reviews

41547 Reviews
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Jan 27, 2021
When this game was released, I really needed it. That "Zelda"-inspired format of adventure and item collection feels like coming home, and the fact that it was included in this fast-paced, brutal, and stylish hack and slasher was a nice touch. Well paced and all dressed up in a evocative style, "Darksiders" remains a memorable and fun adventure. Great voice acting by Mark Hamill!
Manik Rastogi

Manik Rastogi

Jul 6, 2020

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Critic Reviews

16 Reviews
Alex DonaldsonJan 07, 2010
Darksiders doesn't do anything new or groundbreaking, but it does a fantastic job of putting together some of the best elements from other games to make something that isn't entirely original but is still incredibly fun to play anyway. War's adventure is polished, and even though it doesn't achieve everything it set out to do entirely, it's definitely a fantastic, fun game with good looking graphics and silky smooth animation - and it's a great synergy of the values of the RPG and Action genres.
Andrew GroenJan 05, 2010
If you're looking for a good action/adventure title to fill the void left by the relative dearth of games released in this genre, then Darksiders fits the bill nicely. It's an extremely technically proficient game, and it accomplishes everything that it sets out to do with flying colors. However, Darksiders only crime may be that they set their sights too low. This game hits the bullseye in the center of the target, but I couldn't help but wish that the target was a little higher towards the heavens.
Jeff GerstmannJan 12, 2010
While you can explain a lot of things about Darksiders by listing off other games that are directly referenced during the adventure, the game doesn't feel like some simple clone. If you like Nintendo's Zelda games and want to see an altered, darker take on its concepts, portions of Darksiders will absolutely blow you away.

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