Excerpt: NARC is an inherently dark game, and the graphics attempt to convey this feeling by placing the game in a perpetual night time city, complete with dark alleys, tall buildings, and unsavory looking people. The unsavory bit isn’t so much a result of style, but more because of deformities and glitches.
Excerpt: Anyone who was born circa 1980 or bought Midway’s recent Arcade Classics 2 package may remember NARC, a game about a couple of ultra violent DEA enforcers that are out to clean up the streets.
Excerpt: When the original N.A.R.C arcade game came out in 1988 it was controversial for the ability to let you play as a futuristic cop who mowed down armies of dealers and addicts and let you collect drugs and money in exchange for points.
Excerpt: But I’m not a lazy cable news personality, I actually play the games I review (except for NRA Varmint Hunter & YourselfFitness but those reviews pretty much wrote themselves)… so you don’t have to.
Conclusion: Jag hatar TV-spel. Inte sjÃ¤lva nÃ¶jet, utan mer industrin. Precis som alla andra industrier handlar TV-spelsvÃ¤rlden om att tjÃ¤nar pengar. Givetvis vill spelfÃ¶retagen samtidigt fÃ¶rmedla ett nÃ¶je, en kÃ¤nsla eller en historia, men vissa glÃ¶mmer detta. A Point of View glÃ¶mde dock mer Ã¤n sÃ¥.