Chase H.Q. (Nintendo Game Boy)
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  • I know that the Game Boy hardware is limited in its capability, but I've played several Game Boy video games that are far more exciting and fun than this video game
  • The object of this video game is to avoid the traffic on the highway and ram the car that you're in pursuit of into oblivion
  • Unfortunately, the video game never mixes up the action, so the pursuit quickly grows boring because you have to drive on the same highway again and again


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      Chase H.Q. is a video game for the Nintendo Game Boy. Although I picked up this video game for just a mere couple of bucks at a video game shop that specializes in buying and selling used video games, a few dollars was way, and I do mean way, too much to pay for this pitiful excuse of a video game. I can’t imagine how such a video game even made it to the market originally. I know that the Game Boy hardware is limited in its capability, but I’ve played several Game Boy video games that are far more exciting and fun than this video game. My list of problems and complaints surrounding this video game is long while my list of praises and compliments concerning this video game is nonexistent. That’s right, nonexistent. This is one of the few video games that I’ve played in my lifetime that doesn’t have a single redeeming quality

      in my personal opinion.

      Let me first start with the length of this video game. Although I obviously haven’t played every single video game that’s ever been made and released, I’m still very confident that this has to be one of the shortest video games I’ve ever sat down and played. There are a grand total of five levels in this video game. To make matters worse, each level requires less than two minutes to beat. If you get lucky and beat each level on your first try, then you will have beaten the video game and completed it one hundred percent in under fifteen minutes. Fifteen minutes of content is simply ridiculous and the Game Boy hardware and cartridges are both capable of much more. Add to the fact the road that your vehicle drives on never changes and the landscape never changes, and what you have is a video game that must have been developed ...


      • by some very lazy individuals.

        The object of this video game is to avoid the traffic on the highway and ram the car that you’re in pursuit of into oblivion. This must be accomplished before the two minutes are up, without running over pedestrians and destroying other cars that are on the road. In a way, it’s kind of challenging and even a bit fun for a few minutes, weaving in and out of traffic in an effort to reach the car carrying the criminal. Unfortunately, the video game never mixes up the action, so the pursuit quickly grows boring because you have to drive on the same highway again and again. There’s no surprises and there’s no variety in the video game, aside from the traffic being heavier in the later levels. I don’t mind a simple gameplay concept, but the extreme degree of repetition in this video game is unforgivable.

        Chase H.Q. is a video

        game for the Nintendo Game Boy that suffers from one inappropriate music track. Much like the highway never changes despite what level the player is on, the music never changes either. It’s not even a fast-paced music composition, which would be fitting considering this video game revolves solely around a car chase. The music is so out of place it destroys any chance of a mood being established. The controls are odd in the respect that sometimes they’re tight while other times, they’re loose. It’s easy, for example, to navigate through traffic, yet when it comes to making a turn on the highway, the vehicle suddenly becomes unable to maneuver along the road and ends up off the road. Very strange, but not entirely surprising considering how poor of a video game this is. It’s completely lackluster and a bore to play, and that’s why I’m rating it a “1″. It indeed could not be worse!




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