Reviews and Problems with Mace Griffin: Bounty Hunter
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A big dissapointment!
Libraryscape "mafills", Amazon
1 August 2006
Summary: When I picked up my copy of this game [only for 9.99 at fye.com] I thought it might have some potential. I was wrong! Okay, lets start with the controls. Can be hard to learn! To bad you can't change them! Second, the graphics. You basicly get the same graphics from Turok: evolution!
Summary: This game is pretty good. But it's hard. Very,very hard. It takes perhaps an hour and a half to beat the first level. I will not tell you how many times i died because of jumping wrong and falling onto a radiator or something. You have to keep moving and do not waste your shots.
Summary: The game Mace Griffin is a game that is one you should buy if you like Red Faction I or II. The graphics in the game but the part that amazed me was how smoothly you could go from a ground game to a space flying game.
Summary: Let me tell you about my experience with this game: First level: Dark. You have to crawl through a lot of ventilation ducts, but you can't see the entrance to them even though you're standing right in front of them because it's so dark.
Summary: Mace Griffin will probably be remembered as one of the greater disappointments for the PS2. This was one of those titles that sounded promising in the development stages but never panned out even though its release was delayed for about a year. Where do I begin? First, like others have warned..
Summary: I like the story line and also game play. As usual, the old school games can't have you customize the button layout as you want. It is quite weird having the button X being the reload button. I have gotten used to it though. Can't sprint in this game. Graphics are average PS2 quality.
Summary: Wow, I just finished the game. And lets just say, I am pleasantly surprised. Unlike the other reviewers, I had not heard or read anything about this game. Nevertheless I really liked it. It takes a little while to get going, some of the battles do get repetitive.