Summary: I was very dissapointed with this game. I thought it would be a free-for-all multiplayer game, but only one player!? What are you thinking Rockstar!? This game would kick ass if only you had the technology from Red Faction supporting the "destroy anything" bull crap Otherwise, the missions are very...
Summary: Alright, let's take this from the top. Start with a company like Rockstar Games, the innovative geniuses behind the famed "Grand Theft Auto" series. Add in a new, exciting concept in games, a riot simulator. Then surround the whole thing in a glut of media hype and controversy.
As a rebel, you help ordinary citizens smash up the system by creating wholescale mayhem!
18 February 2011
Excerpt: State Of Emergency is a 2002 Rockstar game that courted some controversy, as many Rockstar games seem to do, upon its release. Set in a near future dystopian society where The State controls every moment of existance, the idea of the game is to cause widespread destruction and chaos whilst striking...
Summary: This game has a lot going against it. If the mass media gets a hold of this game like they did GTA3, there will no doubt be a collective outcry from parents groups, conservatives and other general naysayers with a microphone and an opinion.
Summary: Read the heading, this game is complete rubbish. The first 3 or 4 missions are fun but after that you're left wondering why you bought this game like I was. Very Average graphics and very poor lastability make this game a complete waste of money.
Summary: This was a big disappointment to me. I was not aware of its impending release and it was a bit of an impulse buy because it comes from the same stable as the excellent GTA3. Don't get me wrong, it's fun for a few hours but the story mode doesn't offer any freedom and the missions are mind-numbingly...
Summary: When I first heard about this game in late 2001/early 2002, I was pretty stoked. I mean, it was from Rockstar Games (the people who brought us the almighty GTA series), and it was about RIOTING. I figured, it would be like GTA3 (Vice City wasn't out at the time, remember?