Excerpt: Since the launch of the Xbox 360 back in November gamers have experienced what is known as a drought. Outside of Dead or Alive 4 there have been absolutely no new games to soften these already trying times as a gamer. Sure this gives us plenty of reason to continue hacking away at the incredible launch lineup, but like anything else in this world we crave more.
Excerpt: Let’s talk destruction, and we mean masses and masses of destruction. You see Full Auto is that superb car chase sequence with all those explosions that you’ve seen in a recent movie, the scene where a city street becomes demolished and with it comes the hope that all those shattered buildings have been insured.
Conclusion: Midway Arcade Treasures 3 is a fun conglomeration of some of the arcade favorites that younger gamers grew up with. The highlights of the compilation are Rush 2049 , Hydro Thunder despite its lack of depth, and Badlands for its loveable devotion to the top-down two-dimensional look and surprisingly fun gameplay.
Conclusion: Full Auto feels like a high-end arcade game optimized for the Xbox 360 hardware. This makes sense coming from one of the most successful coin-op devs of all time, but I’m not quite sure it’s the right concept for next-gen systems. There’s a slight lack of presentation, continuity, and flow to the entire title, which unfortunately breaks Full Auto down to its core elements- combat and racing.
Conclusion: Outro So after seeing the game countless time in the store, then thinking "hmmmmmm I wonder if this is like Twisted Metal or Vigilante 8" and then my friend asks who am I talking to? I bought the game, played it, got bored of it, played it again, got bored once again, played it again and haven't touched it since. Out of 100 I give this game a 68. Copyright of Kris Milbourne/a box of fish. Copyright infringement is a crime!