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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.Read more ›
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.
Combat maneuvers are useful against human enemies, but are practically useless against certain enemies and bosses. They will knock you down and will camp you (maybe its just me). Spyder bots attack you and knock you down for easy pickings for the rest of the AnusClench Stupid Society - A.S.S.
Guns will be the bread and butter to mow down enemies. Robots will be killed faster with guns than with any kind of melee combat. However, bosses will render guns next to useless as they will dodge the bullets.
The enemies are just there to annoy you. Later in the game, you will die a lot due to mobs and hordes of enemies surrounding you. Spyder bots will electrocute you and knock you down for the A.S.S Brigade to come in and have their way with you. Mostly it will involved you running away as you whittle the hordes of your bloodthirsty adoring fans' HP. It should be called "Run From Everybody" instead of "Everybody Runs". Most levels are involving a point in the game where once you toss stunned enemies they will immediately die like through windows of skyscrapers, blazing fires, or high elevations. Instead of fighting them until they die, just toss 'em and forget 'em. There are some levels where you don't have to fight just get from Point A to Point B then to Point C and done. No fighting involved.
At least the story is good, right? Meh. It doesn't follow the story of the original movie so much, but follows its own path. John Anderton is a bland piece of work. It might as well be a different character in the world of Minority Report instead of it following it truthfully.Read more ›
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If you like games inspired by movies, then you'd like this game. The game puts you into the film, which is kind of fun. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Momma A
yeah, the disc was scratched and fails to load intermittently and when the game does load it fails to work. I would not recommend buying any products from this vendor. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mark P.
I bought this game for my Xbox 360, as it is playable with an update. I got it at a cheap price and it was in great condition, that's a can't beat combo.Published on February 15, 2014 by Justin Stievenart
The cheats make for one of the funniest games I've ever played. Countless hours spent playing this one with cheats. Read morePublished on January 11, 2006 by JH
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. Read morePublished on February 22, 2004 by Sean Caszatt
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. Read morePublished on January 9, 2003