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Shadow Ops Red Mercury by Infogrames
Shadow Ops Red Mercury by Infogrames
This game seemed hyped from the begining. And that's all it turned out to be. It's not completely a bad game, but it's nothing that great really.
Graphics wise, Shadow Ops is a mixed bag. At times the textures seem clean, and extremely lush, others they muddy together. But the real problem is the frame rate, which is just horrible at times. And loading is another headache, along with some glitches that seem to be associated with disc access/loading.
Control is actualy good, when the frame rate keeps up with the action, the guns all have scope capability. You can't pick up other enemy's guns, which really sucks actually. And ammo for your weapon can get very scare in a… Read more
Counter-Strike - Xbox by Microsoft
Counter-Strike - Xbox by Microsoft
5.0 out of 5 stars For all FPS fans., May 15 2004
Counter Strike trully is an amazing title, as old as it is, it still holds it's own. The game that kinda started the entire squad based shooter genre, and made LAN, and WAN play a new trend.
Though technically, not as deep as many of the newer FPS, CS is like the Pac-Man of first person shooters, or of even the last 7 years or so. This version like the PC version of Counter Strike is for network play, and is made for XBOX Live! But included in this version is a 'single player' mode, and a 'training' mode. The single player mode is just as fun as playing on XBOX Live, with bots instead of human counter-parts. Somehow this game really shines in a LAN environment, most people have… Read more
Sony PlayStation 2 by SONY ELECTRONIC
Sony PlayStation 2 by SONY ELECTRONIC
A plethora of games, and console exclusive titles! From 'first person shooters', to arcade classics! This system is what a next generation console should be and is. And sets the standard for all future set-top all in one entertainment units. Sony has even updated the firmware, and built-in features on the latest shipment of PS2 units, with built-in IR, for the remote controller, DVD-R supported discs, quieter disc operation. Plus you get expansion options like dial-up/broadband modem, harddrive expansion, Sony MagicGate Memory cards, and other cool add-ons like multi-tap. With a perfectly designed controller with ergonomics in mind, you really can play for hours on end without any… Read more