Summary: Total Overdose is a good game, but there are some thngs that could have made it better. Lets start with the fact that it is a short game because it is easy and there is not much to do after you beat master the game. The storyline is very good and that is my favorite part of the game.
Pros: Engaging story, Intense action, Addictive gameplay, Just plain fun
Summary: I am having trouble determining why this is being called a Latin GTA when all the vehicles more or less play the same way? A little hand-braking and every vehicle I borrowed flew into an exxagerated 360 donut (can't say stole b/c every 'victim' decides to 'shotgun' with you & patiently wait should you leave the car for a second. Very generous of you, Pablo.) The Max Payne-ish references are accurate, though. And the power-up extras are hillarious in their stupidity.
Summary: Every now and then, a game comes along that is so gleefully derivative and unabashed in it's offensiveness that it still manages to be somewhat fun. Enter Total Overdose, which is yet another GTA clone, only this time it's set in Mexico, with weapons cloned from Robert Rodriguez' Desperado, and a story cloned from just about anything you've seen or read in the past decade.
Excerpt: questo per me e un gioco che da un punto di vista mi e piaciuto a da un altro lato lascia un po a desiderare,intanto partiamo dal presupposto che e un gioco molto ma molto violento,ambientato in messico in una conte chiamata los toros (penso che non esis ...
Summary: Total Overdose copia el desarrollo visto en GTA. Tenemos que ir de misión en misión en diferentes zonas de la ciudad. Algunas misiones son totalmente extras y otras son propias de la historia. Sin embargo, para llegar a algunas misiones de la historia deberemos terminar antes otras extra. Estas misiones suelen tener como cometido acabar con todo tipo de objetivos, sin más. De hecho, para desplazarnos de un lado a otro usaremos los vehículos que consigamos.