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.
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is truly for adults only -- and even then it's not much fun to play. The star rating given this game is based on quality of gameplay within this genre and not an endorsement of the violence in the game.
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: 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 själva nöjet, utan mer industrin. Precis som alla andra industrier handlar TV-spelsvärlden om att tjänar pengar. Givetvis vill spelföretagen samtidigt förmedla ett nöje, en känsla eller en historia, men vissa glömmer detta. A Point of View glömde dock mer än så.