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5.3 out of 10 based on 120 reviews

MindJack

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  • User Score (48)
    6.0 6.0 from 48 reviewers
  • Expert Score (39)
    4.8 4.8 from 39 reviewers
  • Ease of use (2)
    6.3 6.3 from 2 reviewers
  • Performance (2)
    6.3 6.3 from 2 reviewers
  • Gameplay (5)
    3.2 3.2 from 5 reviewers
  • Graphics (7)
    4.2 4.2 from 7 reviewers
  • Sound (4)
    3.5 3.5 from 4 reviewers
  • Multiplayer (2)
    2.7 2.7 from 2 reviewers
  • Control (2)
    3.8 3.8 from 2 reviewers
  • Addiction (2)
    3.6 3.6 from 2 reviewers
  • Funfactor (3)
    2.7 2.7 from 3 reviewers
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Experts:
9-10
(1)
7-8
(3)
5-6
(16)
3-4
(18)
1-2
(1)
Users:
9-10
(11)
7-8
(4)
5-6
(13)
3-4
(5)
1-2
(11)
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MindJack

A third-person shooter video game, MindJack is published by Square Enix and developed by feelplus. This game was released in quarter one of 2011 in America followed by Europe and Japan for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. In this third-person shooter game, MindJack takes place in the future 2031 year. At that time, the world’s governments are in decline and new corrupt organizations are coming up. This game revolves around Jim Corbijn, the Direct Intervention Force agent from Federal Intelligence…

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MindJack

A third-person shooter video game, MindJack is published by Square Enix and developed by feelplus. This game was released in quarter one of 2011 in America followed by Europe and Japan for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. In this third-person shooter game, MindJack takes place in the future 2031 year. At that time, the world’s governments are in decline and new corrupt organizations are coming up. This game revolves around Jim Corbijn, the Direct Intervention Force agent from Federal Intelligence Agency, who is caught up between a war involving the governments and corporations.

Features

One of the features of MindJack are that the players are allowed to hack into enemies, vehicles, civilians as well as robot’s mind and take control of them. Other than that, players could leave their single player campaign game mode open to the internet and try to invite other players to jump in by becoming your friend or enemy.

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