A good game that got a lot of bad controversial publicity.
Robert J. Hayden "dragonspirit75", Amazon
18 July 2011
Summary: Seeing all the bad reviews I have to ask myself did anyone actually play through this game. I decided to get this game because I was one of the original beta testers for the online portion of this game. I really had a blast with this game online, it was a lot of fun. However online wasn't as great as playing the Socom games online but it was up there.
Summary: I bought this Game about a month ago and was so happy to receive it in the mail. I put the game in PS2 and it was terrible. The Blood&Gore mode is so unrealistic. The game it's self is unrealistic. You never get to drive a car yourself in this game and the story to the game is not good. I bought this thinking it would be like the Grandtheft Auto series, NOTHING LIKE IT. Save your money and get San Andreas or Vice City Stories if you want to be Happy.
Summary: Whoever said this game is bad for children is wrong. Not only does it teach children to accuratly shot humans with very percise aim, it also shows how tear gas and stun guns work. This is a very educational game and it is very fun and entertaining. The only downfall is tht it is a very very tough game to beat.
Summary: I used to wonder how people could be so far off base when it comes to developing these games especially considering that this game was developed in Utah. Now you and I both know that when it comes to urban culture and all things street you need look no further than the UT for your definitive source, but that still doesn't explain the lacklustre graphics and clunky mechanics and poor coordination since we all know that Utah is home to the best artists and athletes around...