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Minority Report

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3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews) 54 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00006ZCD8
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,138 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The Year Is 2054. Officer John Anderton Is Head Of An Elite Police Squad That Predicts And Apprehends Murderers Before Their Crime Can Be Committed. Play As Officer John Anderton From The Smash Hit Science-fiction Thriller minority Report. You Can Relive The Movie Experience By Combining Hand-to-hand Combat And Futuristic Weapons And Gadgets Straight Out Of The Movie. you Are Anderton A Pre-crime Officer Whos On The Run From The Police Unit That Hes Dedicated His Life To Serving. You Must Stop An Insidious Conspiracy Using All Of Your Tactical Skill And Firepower Through 15 Awesome Levels Of Science-fiction Action.experience This Nonstop Action-packed Third-person Adventure use Futuristic Weapons And Gadgets In An Attempt To Clear Your Name And Stop An Evil Conspiracy drive A Variety Of Cool Vehicles Straight Out Of The Movie: Mag-lev Cars Pre-crime Hoverships And An Mr Lexus game Specifications:1 Playermemory Card

Based on Steven Spielberg's sci-fi thriller, Minority Report lets players assume the role of the movie's hero, precrime officer John Anderton, the head of an elite police squad that predicts and apprehends murderers before the crimes can be committed. When Anderton is accused of a precrime murder, he's forced to elude the law to prove his innocence, while attempting to uncover an insidious conspiracy.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars No fun...until you use cheats... October 26, 2003
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Admittably, this game is horribly bad. There is only single player and with the lack of real weaponry or even a decent storyline, you'll probably wind up throwing the game out before you get half-way through it. But after I rented the game and got utterly fed up that I had spent $6.00 for the piece of crap, I looked up cheat codes for it and all of a sudden, the game turned out to be more fun than ever. Just pick a level with a lot of regenerating enimies, get all weapons, ammo, and life, and invite some buddies over, and for hours my friends and I were entertained with using the non-lethal weapons to blast enimies through glass and destroying the surrounding enviroment in one of the many levels. I reccomend renting this one first, but it's at least a good long as you look up codes (Try or other sites to actually get some fun out of this craptacular title).
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars stereotypical December 23, 2002
this is the kind of mindless violent idiocy that people who have never played videogames think all videogames are like.
how crappy is this game? let me count the ways. it is crappy in the way it's a third person shooter and weapons automatically lock on. it has crappy camera positioning. the animation is jerky, and looks like something for nintendo 64, not xbox. anderton's face is a mask of brutality.
the premise is cool, the way you can throw someone through a plate glass window is cool (but the execution is nowhere near as nice as spiderman), and the heat-wave effects in the stun weapon is cool. all that adds up to is about 1 hour of basic training and gameplay and then utter disgust.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A sad result from a great book and movie June 3, 2003
Based on the Sci-Fi movie, and based on a story by Philip K. Dick, Minority Report lets you play a cop in the future where psychics know about murders before they happen.
First, kudos to the game for providing decent training. The game walks you through all aspects of gameplay, so you are familiar with the basics before entering actual missions.
The game is based on the movie, and the story, so it helps to read and see both before you play the game. In essence, society has found 3 "pre-cogs" who are able to see murders before they happen. Your character, Chief Anderton (played by Tom Cruise in the movie) is the leader of the cops who go out to snag murderers before they do the deed. Of course, in a twist of fate, Chief Anderton himself is accused of potentially murdering someone, and he sets about to prove he's innocent.
First, the graphics. This game is out on all platforms so we got the XBox version which usually has the crispest graphics of the consoles. We were pretty disappointed. Anderton looks more like a maniacal killer than a cop, definitely not based on Tom Cruise. Lighting and textures are very flat. There aren't many details, and often those suffer clipping and jaggy problems.
Yes, a few effects are neat. The concussion rifle, the cut scenes. But it doesn't make up for the headaches you get from the general atmosphere you have to wander through.
Gameplay starts reasonably with good training missions. But once you get playing, it's just a button-mashing slugfest. You're trying to bludgeon your enemies into submission, gathering 'secrets' and money along the way. Money buys you new moves and other weapons.
Even so, some of the missions become quite long and tedious, with no in-level save.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars NEGATIVE one stars.... January 9, 2003
Please don't listen to another reveiwer that said this game "blow Halo out of the water." He is a liar or just someone with sick taste. This game, is soooooo extremely bad. Poor graphics along with poor gameplay= poor game. I tell you Halo is either one of or the best game on XBOX. It is definitely Three Hundred times better. If I had a choice to BUY Halo (again) or BE GIVEN Minority Report, I'd BUY Halo.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Well, the movie was good...the game ain't so hot. February 22, 2004
A friend of mine got this game for me for my birthday. She figured it was going to be like SPLINTER CELL because of the screenshots on the back of the box. (Did I mention she doesn't know much about games?)
Well, this is more like DIE HARD ARCADE for the Sega Saturn than anything else. You enter a level with a certain objective and then pummel anyone and everyone that you come in contact with while trying to avoid "danger" like fire or hot steam. Occasionally, you'll have to jump and climb a bit, but mostly it's a beat 'em up.
The graphics certainly do not push the Xbox to any degree. In fact, this is one of those multisystem ports that don't really push any system's capabilities. The control is adequate at best, but there's not much to really control because you're basically mashing buttons the whole time.
It's infuriating to play through a long level only to die near the end and find out you have to play through the entire level again because there are no mid-level checkpoints or saving options. This is truly the worst part about the game as a whole. It's just too frustrating to be worth playing.
One other reviewer suggested using cheats to make it fun. I might have to try that to salvage any potential this game might have buried beneath the surface.
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