Summary: When I bought Crackdown, it was on sale for 2 dollars when Hollywood Video went kaputz. I bought two, one for me, and one for my brother-in-law, who I have always been close friends with. We've always loved co-op gaming together, and if there's one universal truth about Crackdown, it's that its awesomeness is made even more so by co-op, but what is Crackdown? Essentially, it is Grand Theft Auto where you are the cops instead of the robber.
Summary: - The game has no story at all - Every boss battle is pretty much the same - The gameplay gets repetitive Yet the game is pretty fun to play overall. Crackdown is not a game you want to play for multiple hours straight because the gameplay is always the same. So playing in spurts keeps the game fun & less frustrating. BasicallyyYou go to a boss location take on swarms & repeat. However there are some nice things that keep the game fun.
Summary: It's a great and addictive game but the gameplay is repetitive and you will find yourself collecting orbs on rooftops to increase your skills. Graphics and physics are a little out dated but run smoothly.
Summary: More than once I found myself up late, hours past when I should have been sleeping, gleefully leaping between rooftops and blowing up gang members. Leveling up agility, explosives, firearms, and strength are much more fun than they have a right to be. The driving portion of the game is very lackluster: Hard to level, the races and jumps are annoying, and driving itself is useless once you get a level of agility.
Conclusion: Old game sure, late for a review; but if you haven't checked the game out you should. Prior to buying the game I had no idea how to play poker, but I definitely wanted to learn. As I did with Madden to learn the rules of American Football, I decided to buy this game to learn how to play poker properly. I would succeed in learning how to play the game, and found out one very important thing: I should never gamble, ever.