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A refreshing change from dark evil first person shooters
on 12 July 2002
This game is truly really funny! All the bad guys work in what appears to be red-tape-bound companies where getting their evil plans carried out requires filling out forms in triplicate. Full of witty one-liners and cute notes you can pick up, this is one of the funniest first-person shooters I've played in a long, long time.
I gave this four stars, because while the gameplay and storyline are great, the graphics aren't as wonderful as the PS2 is capable of, and its port-across from the PC shows a little. But this isn't supposed to be a state-of-the-art game - it's supposed to be fun. There are great Q-like gadgets, an elusive arch-evil enemy, and hundreds of his henchmen to avoid. It's Jane Bond meets Austin Powers. Grab yourself a copy - you'll be hooked!