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Sin Gold

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1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • ASIN: B000053UTG
  • Item Weight: 12 ounces
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: December 16, 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,408 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Meet J.C., Prolific Hacker Tracked Down forSuspicion of Cyber-Theft

When the CEO of SinTEK Industries beings injecting the streets with aDNA-altering drug, it's time to reassess the laws of morality.  When thesame twisted bio-chemist plans to overtake the world with her unholy army ofgenetically-engineered mutants, it's time to rewrite the golden rule. 

You are Colonel John R. Blade, head of the most prominent private protectionagency in Freeport.  Now Elexis Sinclaire is waging her holy war againstthe security industry...and you along with it.  You've made a religion outof fighting crime.  Now you're going to make Elexis pay for her sins.

Wield Never Before Seen Weapons
Your arsenal includes remote control detonation devices, a sniper rile completewith zoomable scope, and incredibly powerful experimental weapons.

Explore Hyper-Interactive Worlds
Access computer terminals, control security cameras, and operate heavy machineryand vehicles through dozens of gorgeous environments with Quake IIengine-powered graphic detail.

Encounter Action-Based Outcomes
Explore different puzzles and new routes each time you play.  Encounter newdangers and intelligent beings in every mission as you fight your way to theultimate confrontation.

Indulge in Multiplayer Sinfests
Commit sin as Blade, Elexis, or J.C. (Blade's hacker sidekick) over a LAN or theInternet in some of the most intense deathmatch arenas ever created.

  • Power Macintosh G3 / 233MHz processor
  • Mac OS 8.6, 9.2.2 or later / 6


Sin Gold is a first-person shooter that uses the Quake II engine. This package includes the original Sin plus Wages of Sin. Play as Colonel John R. Blade, head of a security agency in Freeport. Elexis Sinclaire, CEO of SinTEK industries, has infected the streets with U4, a DNA-altering drug. You must destroy Elexis's mutant army and save Freeport. The action-based outcome creates nonlinear gameplay. Your arsenal includes a sniper rifle, spider mines, and high-tech experimental weapons. Sin Gold contains multiplayer support via the Internet or AppleTalk.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Mixed Bag of Goodies October 13, 2001
By A Customer
I probably gave this one more star than I should have to offset the other rating. SiN is a game I have mixed feelings about, but overall it can be fun. Based on the Quake 2 engine, it does not have the polished look of something like Team Arena, UT, or Alice. However, the game makes the best use of its technology, and it runs well on slower machines. As opposed to many other FPSs, SiN has an intriguing storyline with mostly believable characters. The controls are exactly what you would expect from a modern FPS, although opening doors can be a bit tricky if you don't reassign that command. Gameplay is fast and well-paced, and the secondary objectives of each mission add an extra element of challenge. For example, there are many elements in which there are civilians about, and you, as a cop, must avoid killing them while pursuing the enemy. Also, environments are well constructed and offer a variety. Weapons are well balanced, and enemy AI isn't too bad. I have not taken advantage of SiN's multiplayer componant, so I cannot comment on that.
Good action and pacing.
Variety of environments.
Have to use your brain to get out of some situations.
Good story and characters.
Runs well on iMac caliber machines.
Unnecessary adult content (sex, swearing)
Aging graphics engine.
Some unintuitive controls.
Again, the sexual elements and the swearing bother me (the title does too), but your attitude may differ towards these elements. Therefore, depending on your tastes, SiN offers a mixed bag of good and bad qualities which do tend to cater toward hard-core gamers more than casual gamers.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not for first-time FPS gamers :-( October 10, 2001
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Having bought and loved the anime film Sin: The Movie, I thought I would buy the game and experience how the movie came to be. However, I very rarely play first-person shooters (Doom II and Marathon Infinity being the only real exceptions), and I find the controls for Sin to be far too complex for an FPS novice such as myself. Unfortunately, the training mode did not provide much help.
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A huge waste of money August 23, 2002
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A really poorly executed game in a boring environment. The dialog is especially bad and you will soon be tempted to turn off all the sound. It often crashed. When it was running it ran so jerky and disconnected it lost all play value. A real disappointment. Do not waste your money with this game.
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1 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Maybe for a VERY experienced gamer, but not for me! September 26, 2003
I had trouble moving around, it kept crashing, it crashed my iMac several times, I couldn't see anything in the dark, finally I just threw it in the trash and counted it a lesson learned. Very disappointing!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Sin-- a boring game from a tired genre March 18, 2002
It runs choppy, even on my G3. Uses the Quake engine, but it still feels old-scool like Duke Nuke 'Em. Been there, done that. Why bother?
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