Reviews and Problems with Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure
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14 December 2013
Summary: I loved this game as a child. The sound track is amazing and matches the atmosphere so well. The story does get a little over the top, but the character and game play are what made this game special to me. I really hope this game release onto steam is them rebooting the series.
Summary: While I found the over all theme interesting and some of the game fun. It's obviously a console game with a poor conversion to PC. You can't remap any controls, (Sorry left handers) without editing a cfg file. The camera will "lock" in certain areas and "jiggle" if you try and move it, making painting in some areas very difficult. Something that should be able to be reached result in Trane doing a slow mo "I can't jump that high" sort of thing.
Summary: Another dissapointment and money wasted on a game that I lose interest in due to the fact that I cant play the game on my PC like a PC game, because I cant use the mouse like I've been using it since. I use the Mouse Please!
Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (PS2): Stylishly bringing the underground world of graffiti to life ...
18 July 2010
Summary: Marc Ecko's Getting Up is one of the most stylish and unique games to have ever hit the PS2, and one which will keep you gripped for weeks on end. The premise of the game is simple. You are Coltrane (or Trane), a graffiti artist intent on attacking the totalitarian and oppressive regime which controls his city New Radius.
Summary: Mark Eckos Getting up Contents Under Pressure is an action game for the Playstation 2. The story of the game is rather basic yet is fair enough, you are Trane a street "artist" start out trying to make a big name for yourself by getting up and how else would you do that but spraying Graffiti tags all over the place!
Pros: Unique graffiti mechanic, decent platforming and combat
Cons: Platforming & combat has been done better in other games.
Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (PS2): getting up in the street
29 October 2008
Summary: I didnt use to like games like this but when my friend asked me to come around to his house to play it i wasnt really excited , but when i started playing it i understood why he liked it so much from then i spent most of my days playing it. The good thing about Mark Eco, Getting up is when you tag the streets and go over peoples pieces. The good thing about tagging is you can choose the tagged you want to do and you can also pick the colour you want it.
Summary: Getting up: contents under pressure is the 2006 graffiti/action game developed by Collective inc. Synopsis The game is split up into roughly two 'halves'. You play as Coltrane 'Trane' Crowley, an amateur graffiti artist intent on 'getting up' , writing his name, over the city of New radius. After getting beat up by the leader of the largest graffiti crew in new radius, the vandals of new radius (VaNr), you become intent on getting revenge.