Summary: this was my first ps2 game..so it will always be dear to my heart, finished it in 3 or 4 days(school days)... its a fun little beat em up and idk why people hate it....u can beat people up and throw them threw the window and the voice overs were so cheesy it was hilarious "oh NO! IM FALLING!"i cracked up...fuuunny stuff...to me it is better than devil may cry...camera angels are better, beating up on the baddies is better..everything is better..
Summary: I bought this game thinking that it would be spectacular. Boy was I wrong. While it has its fun moments, it is mostly monotonus and boring. The fighting system isn't bad, but the graphics are sub-par. The rest is just average.
Summary: When I heard of Minority Report the game, I thought it would be a lot like the movie. I was wrong. In the game, cops, guards, and robots try to kill you. Not knock you out kill you. You kill atleast 3000 people. In the movie like 1 guy died. I was disapointed.
Summary: I must confess, this game looked pretty cool. ...But when I went to rent a game, I thought of getting this, and than thought some more. What finally got me to rent it was that it said "Featuring Music by The Apex Theory" on the back (a band I really like), so I got home and played it. I wasn't too terribly impressed with the haggard old beat 'em up gameplay (at the time I only punched and kicked), and the first level was too easy.
Summary: Dont compare this to the movie! Just think of this as a fun action game and that is what it is. Nothing groundbreaking but fun for the most part. The N64 style graphics and sounds brings the ratings down. Could have been a bit deeper as well.
Summary: There should be a law, and I volunteer to organize a protest to get things rolling. Did no one involved with the movie Minority Report pay attention to Activision's most recent games? Such as Spiderman: The Movie? Now don't get me wrong....I gave Spiderman 5 stars, but Minority Report is NOT Spiderman. Minority Report, the movie, is a stunningly beautiful, story-driven mix of action, drama, and suspense created through ethical dilemmas.