Summary: As a long time fan of the X-Files,I am sorry to say,but this game sucks.The storyline is just flat out dumb,the controls are crap,the voice acting is so bad,that it's laughable and it's not even in the least bit scary.There was absolutley no effort put into this game at all,and it shows.Youre much better off buying one of the Silent Hill,Resident Evil or Fatal Frame games,then this.
Summary: I grew up watching The X-File and when I found the X-Files: Resist or Serve at a local dollar store for ten dollars, I had to buy it. Some of the graphics aren't the best, but the intriguing horror storyline makes up for it. A player can either plays Agent Mulder or Agent Scully as you investigate a strange town filled with zombie & creatures. There's plenty of blood and violence, but I only wished there was a difficult level as I went through the game in one night.
Summary: I'm a fan of X-Files. I bought PS2 X-Files game. It is fun. But not very much view surround as I thought most games. And wait for loading game took me long time before playing. If you love X-Files, you will enjoy game.
Summary: This game is what the x-fans asked for. The plot is very dark, the scenarios are very good, andits all fun. My only complaints (because this game is not perfect), is that in the end of it, the story crossed the line, and some will see it a bit "unrealistic" (x-files unrealistic of course).
Summary: This game is a must for x-files fans! The great thing about this game is that you can choose to play as Mulder or Scully, there are 3 different episodes to play (must unlock them, though), and the music and graphics are excellent! There are many different options and ways to beat the game (depending on whether you are playing as Mulder or Scully) and can be played over and over again!
Summary: I would divide video games into 4 groups: Group I: The big stuff is right and the small stuff is right. These are the truly great games, like GTA 3 and Halo. Group II: The big stuff is wrong and the little stuff is right. These are fun, if ultimately unfullfilling games. I would put Bully in this category. The concept wasn't great, but they did well with it to make a fun game. Group III: Bad big picture and bad details.
Summary: well, this game started off looking really cool, i mean the graphics are great and YOU'RE MULDER running around with a flashlight and pistol, what could be cooler? sadly, the gameplay is very much what you'd expect from a subpar game.. running around, it LOOKS kind of like indigo prophecy which is very good, but without any of the good parts of that game.. you run around and when you walk next to something that requires an action, an "X" appears on the screen.