Entertaining Game That Gives A Nice Mix Of Max Payne And Replacement Killers
Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!), Amazon
6 August 2014
Summary: The game is a good TPS game that nicely utilizes the famous bullet time though called tequila time here as you play a Hong Kong police office at first looking into triad crimes but then afterwords a more personal vendetta against them and their allies. The game is a fun and entertaining for what it is and while the graphics are obviously a little dated aren't as bad as you'd think.
Sometimes, a Game is Just Fun and That's All It Needs to Be
21 November 2013
Summary: I enjoy John Woo movies, and I thought this game did a good job of putting me in the middle of one. This is a solid third-person shooter with the added twist of being able to do some crazy stunts here and there. Lots of explosions and gunfire... what's not to love? There's action a'plenty without taking itself too seriously, and sometimes that's just what a gamer needs.
Summary: Nothing new to add to most reviews except that I am an infrequent casual gamer and found this game enjoyable. Pretty straight forward like Max Payne or Drake's Fortune games. Definitely not too hard for a early or pre-teen if you are OK with the whole animated violence part.
Summary: I find this game enjoyable. its similar to a Jackie Chan Movie. you get to jump off walls, slide over tables and destroy everything around you. This is a simple game, get from point A to Point B. other people say this game is tedious but this game was to short to find it boring.
Summary: I played the demo that I had downloaded a while ago and it seamed like a cool game. Then I got it here on Amazon. This game is sick! The bullet time is cool, with out being just like every other game with it. The story line is cool, not to hard to follow. And the action just keeps on coming. And unlike some games the levels actually get harder. Not just a few difficult ones before a semi easy last mission. WHich I've encountered many times with out naming titles.
Summary: Before you read further, understand that I am a very laid back kind of person and am not an elitist when it comes to games. I've been gaming back when Atari was the thing and so I am able to forgive graphics or storyline if the game is fun to play. This is one of those games. The storyline is straight and to the point. It's nothing new, but then again, is there anything really new?
Summary: Stranglehold is A nonstop thrill to play to start with jumping threw the air and blowing guys 45 feet is just plain fun but when they add explosions chopper rides and a great movie director its insane to start with your a cop whose wife and daughter get kidnapped buy mobsters you spend thee entire storyline getting them back and learning about the characters it takes you from Chicago streets to boat lodges to penthouses to history museums as for weapon selections its not...