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  • I would recommend this if you are on a tight budget and see it for $2 otherwise go play something else, the game was incredibly aged at the time of it's release, by now it's near obsolete

    • by jefffelker40
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      This game was released in 2002 under Namco, one can’t help but make the connection to similar games like Max Payne and see it as somewhat of a knockoff, the story line is very close, you play a cop who all the good and bad guys are after, the main difference is you have a dog Shadow, you can control

      and have him help you through levels. There are also mini games that are sort of fun, like defuse a bomb, unlock a door, sort of like Splinter Cell, but still fun, some of these mini games will drive you crazy and you can not progress until you pass the mini game, like roll a ball through a maze, if ...

      • you hit anything you lose and die and start over. the graphics are less then they should be, the voice acting gets annoying, and none of the game is that believable, it’s nowhere near as cool as Max Payne or Splinter Cell, but it is something, I hated it at first, then it grew on me, the difficulty changes, you
        can play one level, then the next will be insanely difficult, the one after can be really easy, sort of odd, and can be irritating. I would recommend this if you are on a tight budget and see it for $2 otherwise go play something else, the game was incredibly aged at the time of it’s release, by now it’s near obsolete.




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