4 On the EdgePhil8mee | 23/01/2009 | See all Phil8mee's reviews (47)Top 100 Games Reviewer I've never clenched my buttocks so much! The sense of momentum, height and terminal velocity induced death are second to none. Each time you attempt to jump between tower blocks you'll look down, take a sharp intake of breath and grip those buns so tightly you could pick up peanuts. If you are successful, you'll exhale, whoop and then do a little wee with excitement. If you are not, you'll turn away and grimace at the sound of your bones breaking and internal organs spreading out over the asphalt.The problem is that it is all over far too quickly. The game starts on a high, you jump, swing and slide with glee for the first hour and then they start introducing the combat element. While the combat isn't that bad it breaks up the flow of the Parkour genius.You find that the race part of the game that you unlock through the story mode is far more enjoyable. For this I give it four stars because without it the game is over in six hours and not worth the money.