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Die Hard Trilogy (Platinum)

by Electronic Arts
PlayStation
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

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  • Three incredible adventures.
  • Over 45 high impact levels.
  • Run, Shoot, Drive your way through all three Die Hard movies.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00004U1WW
  • Release Date: 27 Feb. 1998
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,934 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision

Product Description

Product Description

You are John McClane and you must fight your way through three terrorist-ridden games in one. Creating 45 levels in all, this trilogy provides hours of gaming fun.

In Die Hard, you must save a high-rise from eminent explosion. The "vanishing wall" feature ensures McClane is never out of sight as he navigates through obstacles, shooting at plants, walls and anything in sight.

Die Hard 2: Die Harder leads you to challenge terrorists in a hijacked airport. Build your own arsenal varying in power, response, ammo and auto fire rate. The difficulty increases as your game progresses with terrorists at every turn. The detailed 3-D levels and true bullet hits help draw you in to this gaming action-adventure.

Die Hard with a Vengeance leads you into a crowded city besieged with hidden terrorist bombs. Speed through the city, locating the bombs while the detonator ticks away. Drive over 15 different trucks to race to through a realistic New York cityscape. Be smart and be quick because time is running out.

Amazon.co.uk Review

All too frequently, developers who try to incorporate multiple genres of gameplay into a single title fail miserably. Fortunately for gamers, Fox Interactive has successfully merged three distinct game styles into Die Hard Trilogy. This expansive action game faithfully follows the plots of the theatrical films--sans Bruce Willis.

The game starts off with a whimper rather than a bang, since the first game (Die Hard) is the worst of the bunch. In this action shooter sequence, you re-create John McClane's barefoot hostage rescue mission from the first film. While this game segment is fun in short doses, the run-and-gun gameplay ultimately gets repetitive.

The second sequence Die Harder is much stronger. In fact, it is one of the best light-gun games available for the PlayStation. As with other light-gun action games, you must shoot objects as they quickly move across the screen. In this part of the game, you must shoot your way through the Dulles airport. You can play this portion of the game with the basic PlayStation controller, but we highly recommend that you invest in a light gun for maximum fun.

Die Hard with a Vengeance concludes this game on a high note. This sequence consists of an incredibly fun (and bloody) driving game that takes place in a realistic city environment with traffic, pedestrians and New York landmarks. As a whole, this collection represents one of the best values available for the PlayStation, provided you can stomach the over-the-top violence and copious bloodshed. --T Byrl Baker

    Pros:
  • Three games in one
  • Excellent light-gun game
  • Superb sound effects
    Cons:
  • Graphics showing their age
  • Occasional slowdown in all games


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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A CLASSIC! 31 July 2000
By mic m
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Die hard trilogy was one of the first games i bought when i got my playstation and boy what a purchase it was.At the time i paid £35 for it and if it was that much now i would still recommend purchasing it.I couldn't believe it when it was here for only £..! a absolute bargain for an absolute belter of a game! With Die hard trilogy you are buying a game that you will be playing again and again, it is like 3 games in one.You have a driving game where you drive several vehicles through New York parks, city centre and China town just like the film you have to locate bombs and drive into them in order to save the city from mass destruction, then you have a first person shoot em up where you move through an airport and you move your target and blast away countless terrorists and anything else that happens to be knocking about such as checkout desks,windows,cars and tv screens attached to the walls, you then have a tower block with around 20 floors where you have to kill all the terrorists and then locate the lift with a bomb init in order to detonate it and move on to the next floor/level.this is third person shoot em up where you run around picking up numerous weapons along the way in order to blow your enemies away , you go through car parks full of cars which you blow up to offices where you can blast your way through windows in order to get away from the following terrorists. 3 games for £.. you cannot fail, BUY THIS GAME NOW! YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I first played this at my cousin's house back in 1998. I was still a Saturn person, whereas everyone else had a Playstation. What I remember about this game is running around a office in a vest and the following-

'Ho ho ho I gotta machieve gun!' 'It's McClaine!'

I bought this game for £1.25 off ebay, and, ignoring outdated graphics, I can see why it's a classic. Three games in 1- 1 action platform, 1 shoot em' up, and one driving game (that at the time, there was nothing like that on any otehr console).

One of the best games on the Playstation and PC for the 90s!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Game That Makes The Gun Worth While 1 Mar. 2001
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This may be a slightly aging game, but none the less it still delivers. It is a game that you can realy enjoy. I was about to think I had wasted my money on buying a gun, however Die Hard Trilogy proved me wrong. If you are havingn doubts about buying this game I would advise that you DON'T. Its worth getting as it is now at such a low price. GO FOR IT
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5.0 out of 5 stars Die Hard Trilogy 19 May 2011
By Marcia TOP 100 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Die Hard Trilogy is a reasonably good game on offer here. There are actually three games in one as the title suggests. Game one is based on movie one, and has our hero trying to rescue hostages from terrorists. Game two is set in the airport just like movie two and requires the ability to shoot at quickly moving targets. Game three is a mad car race through the streets of New York in a Taxi just like movie three. Together these games make a good challenge.
The graphics are reasonable but lack the sharp detail you might get on a more modern game. This is not surprising though, since it is an old game. It is a good old fashioned arcade style gaming but its still worth giving it a spin.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Yippee Ki Yay, Mother...Hey, Watch Your Mouth! 7 July 2013
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I think the best way of describing Die Hard Trilogy for the PSone is that it's the "jack-of-all-trades." It has three different games relating to the first three Die Hard Movies, and all of them consist of different video game genres. While it's difficult to suggest that DHT is the master of any of these trades, as far as PSone games go this collection of sorts is still pretty good.

What I'm gonna do is this. I'm gonna take a look at each game individually; give them a mini review and a score out of ten before deciding on a final overall score. Sound good? No? Well T.S, that's the route I'm gonna take anyway.

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Die Hard
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The first game takes place at the Nakatomi Plaza. In this third person action game you, John McClane, must start out in the parking lot and work your way up through the numerous floors. Along the way you have to shoot terrorists, rescue hostages, and diffuse bombs to complete each level. This scenario is rather unusual given that John was already stuck high up in the Nakatomi building in the first Die Hard movie when the terrorists struck...and I don't recall him being good at diffusing bombs either. Selective memory on the part of the developers, perhaps?

The controls are fairly easy to memorize, allowing you to get stuck into the action quickly. You've got your X button to shoot, Triangle helps you jump over furniture and other obstacles, and any grenades you pick up can be thrown with the Square button. Speaking of pickups, you can find extra weapons to take down the bad guys with and health packs to restore your health. These numerous pickups add to the excitement of the gameplay, as does the numerous points-scoring opportunities.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Brilliant 'Movie' Game 31 July 2012
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Back in the day, a friend of mine loaned me this and then my Dad eventually bought me this. Basically, from what I've read here, I cannot comment on anything else that reviewers have already said. This game is a classic, and it is so because you get 3 great games in one - something that I feel was unheard of back in the good ol' days of the PS1 console.

Die Dard - the game based on the first film. This is a third person shooter. You control McClaine as he blasts his way through the Nakatomi Plaza building, just like in the film. You start in the parking lot and work your way up. I think fans will love McClaine's representation here - Bruce Willis, sadly, does not provide his voice, but the guy doing so does a very good, respectable job, at least in my book. Also, I have to admit that he pulls off McClaine's one-liners like, "Ho-Ho, I've got a Machine Gun!!" and "N.Y.P.D! Hey, this isn't even my jurisdiction!!" with beat-near perfection!

Die Hard 2: Die Harder. Based on the second film, this game is a first-person shooter and the old Gun controller for the PS1 really comes in handy here, so if you still have it, you are in luck! You can play this segment without it, too, so don't worry. Once again, this game is pretty much like the film - you are at Dulles Airport and you blast your way through it, literally! Personally, this was my favourite game of the three.

Die Hard 3: With a Vengeance. This game is 'exactly' like the third film - you, playing McClaine, spend all of your time in a car - whether that be a NYC taxi or a truck, it doesn't matter. For 'car gamers', this is the definitive game for you, no question. For the rest of us, this is still pretty enjoyable although, for me, this was the hardest of the three titles.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Good
My grandson tells me this game is in good order and plays as new
Published 20 days ago by Mrs. N. Kay
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
as advertised
Published 1 month ago by Steve Jobling
5.0 out of 5 stars Die Harder!
Back when i was 18 i bought this-i remember it vividly!
3 games in one as others have mentioned and all good in their own right-the nakatomi plaza setting and 3rd person... Read more
Published 5 months ago by PAUL MIDDLETON
5.0 out of 5 stars die hard
hours of fun with this classic game and has three games in one to go with each of the films
Published 16 months ago by nigel john huggins
3.0 out of 5 stars die hard
good old fashioned game like arcade game never to old for the old games quality not to good but graphics are old thats to be expected
Published on 28 April 2009 by Ms. J. L. Briggs
3.0 out of 5 stars Essential Gun Game
Die Hard Trilogy: For all you gun gamers and Die Hard fans, this game is a must!! Gameplay is not bad at all. It is the best gun game on the market at the moment. Read more
Published on 2 Mar. 2001 by James Davey (jim_davey@lineone.net)
3.0 out of 5 stars Essential Gun Game
Die Hard Trilogy: For all you gun gamers and Die Hard fans, this game is a must!! Gameplay is not bad at all. It is the best gun game on the market at the moment. Read more
Published on 2 Mar. 2001 by James Davey (jim_davey@lineone.net)
4.0 out of 5 stars A Game That Makes The Gun Worth While
This may be a slightly aging game, but none the less it still delivers. It is a game that you can realy enjoy. Read more
Published on 1 Mar. 2001 by James Davey (jim_davey@lineone.net)
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