Summary: XIII is based off a french comic book (Graphic novel) about a assassination of the president,a man washing up on a beach with no memory and a gunshot wound, and a mysterious conspiracy. Gameplay. The game is very fun. The shooting mechanics are great.
Summary: I bought this game on a whim recently while waxing nostalgic about my youth, and I couldn't be happier. I really think this is one of those games in the PS2s legacy that gets overlooked way too often, and it deserves more credit than it gets.
Summary: This game had things I've never thought it would have. Many special effects make this game even better than I thought it would be. At first I thought that the cel shaded graphics would be really stupid, but after trying it and seeing it for real, it's actually a lot better than realistic graphics.
Summary: Sure the graphics aren't as realistic as most gamers now a days would like them to be, but is that what matters the most? Not only are the graphics "cool" since it is comic based but they allow the plot to me the main part of the story, which is what matters most to keep a person playing the game.
Summary: I love this game! I have been waiting for it and when I got it, I wasn't dissapointed. The graphics are great! I like that it is cell-shaded so it looks like from the comic. You get many weapons including objects you can pick up.
Summary: I took advantage of a recent price drop and bought XIII and let me tell you: It's worth paying full price! The last first-person-shooter that I bought was Timesplitters 2 and I was less than impressed with it. So the idea of buying another fps wasn't foremost on my mind. But I'm glad I bought XIII.
Conspiracy Thriller Comic Turned Into a Video Game!
Big Boss Games, Amazon
16 December 2004
Summary: Reviewed for Big Boss Games by: LEG If you've read any of my other reviews, you will know that I'm a huge fan of First Person Shooter type games or FPS. That being the fact, I've played many dozens of FPS type games on various platforms.