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Great game. If you don't get it you don't get it. If you've follower ARTDINK's seminal range since the original 14 years ago , then this is just "pick up and play". Brilliant - can't wait for Train Giant (A-Train 9)
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Plays pretty well, looks good, and has a couple of neat touches. The duck and cover stuff is not used in many other games, so I suppose that adds a bit, but after an hour found it a bit of a Yawn. Other than the graphics, this coulda been done in the Quake 2 engine nearly 10 years ago. But that could be said of any FPS, wish PC gaming would move on from these...(YAWN) To the guy above, 8500 really isn't a good enough GFX for many games, it's DX10 in name only really. (sorry) You'll get benefit across the board if you move to an 8800 series card. So that £180 spondos will seem much more worth it.
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This game does control time "elements" never seen before. While other games have slo-mo..this one has a massive amount of detail in the 3d world..all of which slows - better and more effectively than Max Payne 2. Otherwise, it doesn't have the mood of MP2, but in the 3 hours I've played the game so far, it really does come across as a good game. I'd give it 7.5/10