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Don't buy if you are over 15!!!!!,
This review is from: Canis Canem Edit (PS2) (Video Game)
This game is not at all what I expected. It is just more of the same from Rockstar. I love their games, but they need to give up on the whole free roaming/GTA thing. It is done to death. This game is fun for about the first three hours, then it is just more and more of the same nonsense, getting sent to class by prefects or completing offensively easy missions for cash; which you cannot spend. Fine if you are at school, but forget about it otherwise. What about something like Manhunt or Red Dead Rockstar? It just seems to be the same old same old for the last while. Distincly average; picked this up for 12.00 a couple of weeks after release - that says it all.
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Initial post: 3 Jul 2008 12:56:42 BDT
For one thing, this game is rated 15 so legally those younger shouldn't be buying this anyway. And I'm 25 but really enjoyed this game - what does that do to your theory?!
Posted on 4 Jan 2009 16:36:42 GMT
So you're fed up with the non-linear, free-roam gameplay, which allows the player flexability, customisation and provides an open-ended sandbox game? Would you rather have an on-rails game which sticks you to the plath and takes about half an hour to complete?
By the way, you can spend the money, and Rockstar is the only game company who can do the 'Free-Roam' genre brilliantly.
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Oct 2009 16:51:23 GMT
Absolutely sweet FA. I never mentioned the age 12, only £12. What does that do your argument? If you are 25 and enjoyed this what does it say for your mental age?
Posted on 22 Feb 2013 16:34:20 GMT
Isaac Blackburn says:
1. Free roaming and GTA is Rockstar's signature games and game styles.
2. That's what it is about. A kid who is troubled and sent to the worst school in the country to try and behave and fix up his life. If anything, I would say it is an original game type and never previously been done before.
3. Not all missions are easy. Some of them require to think outside the box.
4. Having a game set in a school with weapons like M4 guns and Knifes as melee weapons is not the right message to be sending out to young teens.
5. £12 couple of weeks after release? I seriously doubt that. It costs £18 in the year 2013...
In reply to an earlier post on 22 Feb 2013 16:41:27 GMT
That's a six year old review mate, get a grip. And it was indeed £12. Still wasn't worth it.
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