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Reservoir Dogs 

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- William Usher, " Cyguration ", Senior Staff Writer
Tuesday, November 14, 2006 

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Title:
Reservoir Dogs

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System:
Xbox
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Genre:

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Publisher:
3D Realms Entertainment
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Developer:
2015
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Release:

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Online:
No
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ESRB:

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VGcore Bronze Medal
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  Overall
 

The driving sequences aren’t quite as intense as the ones featured in EA’s James Bond games but they’re still snazzy, nonetheless. The shooting mechanics toss in elements from a number of different games, including bullet-time, wall-hugging, rolling, and dual-wielding. Hostage taking also adds some flavor to the gameplay. And while the graphics aren’t that great when it comes to the model files, the lighting, blur effects, reflections, and textures make up for it. This is an instant-buy for gamers who already have every other arcade shooter in their library and are looking for something different.

  Sweet to the Core
  Intense shootouts. Good shooting mechanics make the game intense

 Hostage taking. A different approach to action games

 Soundtrack. Classic movie soundtrack was cool

  Going Bad
 Stiff controls. Characters move kind of stiff

 Character models. The character designs weren't so great

  Rotten to the Core
 No multiplayer?!. None whatsoever

 Limited stages. Needed more stages

  The Core Score
Overall
8.2
Fun
8.5
Gameplay
8,9
Graphics
6.8
Audio
10
Replay
8.8
    Kid Safe Score
     2  Horrible
   Vulgar language and gory shootouts makes this a no-no for little kids
   

 

 

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