Conclusion: What it all boils down to is fun factor and the lack of ingenuity in Tork’s gameplay. The game’s fall from grace is now complete and what we’re left with is a mediocre title with uninteresting characters that could have been something special. Sadly we’ve got a game that’s fun towards the end but with a beginning that will have you throwing back sugar pills just to keep your blood pressure up.
Excerpt: Do I like games that push the envelopes of design and creativity? Most definitely. There are few pleasures like sitting down with a title that does the unexpected, that blows my mind with a unique twist, or shocks me with some radical re-interpretation of existing standards. Can every game achieve these lofty aspirations? It might be nice to wish for, but my gut tells me that it's not likely.
Summary: Tork is definitely a perfect rental game for a boring weekend with nothing to do and no good games to play. However, don’t rent Tork thinking that it’s good because it’s not. It’s not horrible but it is nothing we haven’t seen before. As stated, this is purely a rental only game so I highly suggest that if you must play this game, just rent it, do not give Ubisoft anymore money than they need for this mediocre title.
Pros: Low Price, Not Challenging (makes you feel good about yourself)