Mindjack - Playstation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3

AD 2031...A new era. Sophisticated and complex technologies are now contributing to the advancements of mankind. However, the world’s governments are crumbling, new corrupt powers arise and conspiracies proliferate. The truth behind the proscribed technology could destroy the very core of humanity. Join a rogue team of agents as they fight for survival and entangle themselves deeper into the mystery. MINDJACK offers a unique online experience. Enter a revolutionary playing field upon which an engaging solo campaign transitions seamlessly to thrilling cooperative play. Expand your mind’s reach by “hacking” into enemies, vehicles or civilians and enjoy the freedom to control almost any character. Each bystander becomes an active combatant in this new urban warfare. Your “state of mind” is your only limitation!

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Platform:PlayStation 3
ASIN B003O6HE0Q
Release date January 18, 2011
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3.3 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #27,366 in videogames
#1,465 in Video Games > PlayStation 3 > Games
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Product Dimensions 6.8 x 5.1 x 0.6 inches
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By Elias on January 23, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Imagine a world where you can't die, and only your body can. You are a computerized entity capable of "hacking" into the minds of enemies, controlling them and turning battles in your favor by catching squads of your foes off guard. But, imagine that you can only do this once your host shoots an enemy enough times, is close enough to said enemy, and whose aiming abilities make Shadow the Hedgehog look like Master Chief. Such is the world of the painfully generic MindJack.

Story: D-

To illustrate how important plot is to this game, let me first tell you that MindJack allows players to interrupt your campaign at anytime by "hacking in." This means that your quasi-successful run of a level could, in theory, be ruined by some idiot who doesn't know his rear end from his elbow. Before you ask, YES, that is indicative of how urgent this game's "story" is. From what I gathered, it's about some super-amazing secret agent assigned to escort some woman who has some kind of special ability and a passing resemblance to a loved one, and he's supposed to do... something. Honestly, I stopped paying attention, because the voice acting and dialogue was so pathetic that I stared at the ceiling to keep myself from getting bored. Yes, my dull white ceiling was more engaging than this game's plot.

Gameplay: D

This game is a perfect example of how a brilliant concept can fail miserably if executed wrong. And trust me, it can't get much more wrong than this. The bland, last generation gameplay might be forgivable if FeelPlus had taken the game's main concept a little more seriously and turned it into a compelling element of battle.
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Save your self time and your money, buy a different game this title is full of bugs, it's slow and confusing the game-play + the story is total crap it's like
it was thrown together in a box and they shock it in tell it resembled something that looks like a game and said "voila" lets sell it.

Save your self... Don't waste your brain cells. There many other titles far better than this!
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As you see the date of this review it's a few months in and $40 bucks less(20) I won't make a long extensive review,so sorry if I miss many points. The graphics are perfect nothing wrong in that department,except the few areas that look familiar once in a while. The sound is actually done pretty well,from the gun shots to hacking etc everything pitch perfect. A cover system which works because you will fight hordes of men with guns. What really makes me like this game is the battles itself,you never know what you are going to get. I can be in a room and someone else online can invade my campaign like demon souls(you do have the option to keep it off if you want) I really enjoyed this feature and there are people online in Mindjack,it is not dead as I got hacked into 3 times in a hour. Mindjack lets you mind control an army in almost every firefight,like I said there are hordes of enemies but you can control them all to help you.. From Robots to humans. I am only a couple hours in and having fun actually..Mind you what held me off was all the negative reviews but at 20 bucks I decided to get it and it's def a title to keep in my collection. If you have extra cash and feel like hacking in other games,give it a try.. Very underrated 3rd person shooter.
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I'm glad this game got hammered by reviewers because I just picked this game up for less than $10 with S&H! I rented this game previously and found it enjoyable, and since it is on the cheap now I decided to pick it up. For that price, this game offers a lot of fun. Sure, the story is muddled and the dialogue mummbly, but there is a lot to like in this game too. The hack feature is really the game in a nutshell. It reminds me a bit of Psi Ops (PS2) which I think the developers were trying to go for that kind of feel. Except in Psi Ops you had several psychological weapons at your disposal whereas in Mindjack it is just the mind hack feature. You can also use mind control to make enemy forces fight on your side, but this is simply done with a single button mash and then the enemy is now fighting on your side, but you have no actual control over them. It would have been cool if they made that to where you could order them to attack a specific enemy or something. But I suppose that might get a tad too complicated and it is still pretty cool as is. To me that's the funnest aspect of the game is mind controlling the enemey soldiers and let them do the fighting for you! LOL.

Graphics are pretty solid and the mechanics of the game are pretty good, though shooting/aiming takes some time to get used to and sometimes the mind hack feature is a bit funky. For example, if you hit L-1 it is supposed to take you to the closest available entity that you can hack into. The problem is that sometimes that body you hack into is not in a position where they can actually fight and help you - for example, the hacked body is up on the 2nd floor, but you need to be down on the 1st floor fighting.
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