Summary: Honestly I only liked this game for the funny cockney accents, back in the day I found it fun to play but this game has some of the most awkward controls you will ever use. The control system in The Getaway is just plain horrible and the driving is very clumsy too, you really have to see past this...
A very good gangster-style game, only slightly let down by its gameplay
29 August 2011
Excerpt: The Getaway is a third-person shooter game for the Playstation 2 developed by Team Soho in 2002. It is inspired by British gangster films such as Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Get Carter.
Excerpt: The Getaway is an action game developed by Team Soho exclusively for the Playstation 2. The story follows Mark Hammond, his wife is shot in the stomach and his son kidnapped. He is seen with his wife holding her as she dies and is mistaken for the killer himself.
Excerpt: For its age this game offers a quite impressive representation of London City. When I bought this game I was looking for a viable alternative to the elusive GTA III and I was not disappointed. First of all the story is impressive.
Summary: i bought this a small while ago and loved it you get real cars that are on our roads today such as rover citroen alfa romeo fiat and loads more graphics are also great bad points missinons are very hard no free roam mode but you can explore once you have chased a car to another part of london and...
Summary: Playing the Getaway is like being in a movie. The music and scenery has a cinematic feel. I really enjoyed the game and I recommend it. You play as two characters, Mark Hammond, a former bank robber and Frank Carter, a cop. You play 12 missions for each character.
Summary: Like most people I'm going to have to start by mentioning GTA3. The basic premise of running around shooting people and stealing cars from a third person perspective is great and works for both games, (not that I recommend doing it in real life obviously) but other than the fundamental structure of...
Summary: The Getaway is unlike any other game. Sure it borrows some ideas from the somewhat similar GTA: Vice City, but The Getaway is its own game propelled by an incredible movie style script. The game's story will have you as tense and excited as any good gangster flick does.