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Condemned Criminal Origins - Xbox 360

by Sega
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
128 customer reviews
Metascore: 81 / 100

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  • Weapons and ammunition are scarce, leaving the player vulnerable to the game's mentally deranged criminals
  • Careful detective work and precision reflexes are your primary means of survival
  • Intelligent enemies respond strategically to your offensive and defensive maneuvers
  • High-level physics allow players to manipulate background items, which respond realistically when picked up, kicked, or bumped
  • Tightly wound story, backed with strong character development and major plot twists
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You are an FBI agent on the hunt in this gripping and sickening hunt for serial killers. The game is played in first-person perspective, and with the use of the Havok 3.0 physics engine and other advanced techniques, players can utilize anything in the area as a weapon when they've been cornered by their prey. Prepare for a slow-paced, frightening, and dark adventure.

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0009SQFHA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 15, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,913 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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85 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 26, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Some games are mature because they have swearing. Others are mature because they are really scary and nasty. Condemned - Criminal Origins falls clearly into the latter category.

Condemned - Criminal Origins has you in the part of FBI Agent Ethan Thomas, tracking down a serial murder. Don't think that this is like Law & Order or Criminal Intent. This is about the nastiest, grittiest, scariest areas of a city that you can imagine.

Somehow it's as if a maximum security prison was turned into an area of town. You go walking through buildings that are covered with gang signs, crawling with addicts who kill police offers on sight. Most of these insane bad guys lurk in the dark and call out profanities before bashing you with 2x4s or other weapons of convenience.

Of course a wise police officer might call for backup. But in the first "situation", you're told backup will take 10 minutes to show up. Instead of hanging tight for 10 minutes, you go trekking through the building on your own with only a gun and a flashlight to keep you safe. It's not long before the gun is in the hands of the bad guy and it's you and your flashlight against numerous enemies. This is wise?? Where's your radio?

You have a helpful friend - Lt. Rosa - who helps to talk you through using your forensic equipment. However, she waits until a madman almost kills you before chiming in with some information about how all the madmen on the streets are insane and worthy of slaying. Thanks for the help, Rosa.

The game is definitely very scary. The screens are quite dark, the flashlight only lights up small areas, and there are a ton of corners for the madmen to hide out in. You see them run across the screen, take cover, lurk in the corners. You never know when they'll launch an assault.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Bakehorn on November 29, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Monolith Software flexed their thriller muscle with this year's hit PC shooter, F.E.A.R. That game featured disturbing scenes, incredibly intelligent A.I., and beautiful graphics that simply blew away the PC crowd. Their newest game, Condemned: Criminal Origins, looked to do the same thing to gamers on the new Xbox 360. After playing through Condemned, I'm starting to think that Monolith has this shooter-thriller genre mastered. Condemned is a hell of a good game, and an extremely thrilling one to boot.

You're thrown into the role of an FBI Agent sent into seedy, addict-infested environments in order to investigate the murders of a serial killer. After the events that take place during the first level, which I won't ruin for you, your investigation turns into an all-out manhunt for the killer (or killers) as well as a battle to uncover the mysterious abilities and secrets you possess. The story is very intense, and sometimes when you'd least expect it, your character will have a flashback or he'll black out and a dream sequence will give you a clue of what's going on. The ending is very abrubt, unfortunately, but I would be absolutely thrilled to see a sequel, and the ending hints towards a possibility of that.

The gameplay is unlike anything I've ever experienced in a game. Let's do some roleplaying. Completely unarmed, you walk into a dark room that is dripping with grime and muck, and there is trash and debris scattered all over the floor. As you slowly step around, you hear a crash. You look around, and your heartbeat steadily increases as your flashlight does a minimal job of helping you see the different nooks and crannies of the room.
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful By thewave on December 20, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Condemned's creator, Monolith, has been a relatively obscure company in the past years. Known among some for its mediocre "No One Lives Forever" games, it had gained some reputation after a release of "Tron 2", - one of their better titles. Through the past years Monolith was best known for working on a `train wreck' project "The Matrix Online". Warner Bros. (Monolith's parent company) has dropped the MMO project after only a few months of game going live.

But in the fall of 2005, Monolith action team has proven that they didn't pick the name for the company as a form of sarcasm. And that their newest lineup of games indeed isn't "hollow". Striking the PC audience with "F.E.A.R" project has risen the companies name to the ranks of big hitters like Id Software and Raven Software. "F.E.A.R" has received rave reviews from the critics and was considered as a first psychologically twisted 3D action shooter.

For the Xbox 360, Monolith has decided to bring out a different type of horror game. (Perhaps fearing controls issues always haunting 3D shooters). The result: A well made game "Condemned: Criminal Origins". Although the game is not perfect, it's definitely one of the worthy titles to be considered for the Xbox 360.

The game places you in the eyes of an FBI agent investigating a spike of murders and other crimes around the city. When he gets framed for the murders of the police officers on a crime scene, the agent is forced to make a tough decision and to attempt not only to clear his name but also find out what's causing all the violence in the city. Being a solo ranger on the run, the agent no longer has the luxuries like supplies of the ammunition and calls for the back up.
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