Excerpt: IGPX stands for Immortal Grand Prix, which is currently a popular show on the Cartoon Network. Bandai is the license holder for IGPX and the game has been brought to us by the NamcoBandai group and developed by Sting. In the year 2049 the sport of choice is the Immortal Grand Prix, which is even bigger than NASCAR if you can imagine such a thing. In fact this sport is so huge that an entire city has been erected for the sole purpose of this destructive form of racing.
Excerpt: Immortal Grand Prix seemed like a game I’d enjoy. I’ve never seen or heard of the anime, but I could definitely see myself getting familiar with teams of robots beating the hell out of each other. The idea of these robots fighting while also doing a little bit of racing is also quite appealing. Ditto for the squad-based tactics. What wasn’t appealing about IGPX is how boring and repetitive the game becomes since there’s just so little to do after only a few races.
Conclusion: Silent Hill 3 has an almost entirely flawless gameplay value. The only bad thing about it really is how short it is. The memorable storyline will have you thinking about the game and the characters even after you’ve beaten it. The soundtrack that comes with the game makes it even more worth buying. So if you like creepy, disturbing games then you should try Silent Hill 3. This also means that Konami did everything they had to do to make this game great.