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: The Getaway is a Playstation 2 game which is set in London and is based around the life of Mark Hammond, a former gangster living in Soho. When he returns home one day to discover that his wife has been killed and his son kidnapped, he goes on an all-out mission to get his child back and avenge his...
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.
Excerpt: Story --------- the story of the getaway is excellent theres two sides to it one Mark Hammond who is an ex criminal who is forced to do jobs for a man he used to work for by the name of charlie who kidnapps his son and kills his wife.to get his son back he must do missions for charlie.
Excerpt: Be warned, the Getaway is a game not for the faint of hearted not only is the language remarkably foul making a Quentin Tarantino film seeming like a novel written by Dr. Seuss, and the accents are absoutly dreadful, with so many East End London cliches, "muppet" "filth" and of course "claret".
Excerpt: Introduction___________________________________ The Getaway is a gangster style playstation 2 game in which you have to complete missions in various parts of London. You can complete missions on foot or by car or in a lot of missions the game will require you to use both methods.
Pros: east end gangster killing fun, see realistic streets of london