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Overclocked: A History of Violence Review by IGN

Overclocked gets better than average marks in pretty much every category except load times-for some reason the cut-scenes will make your disk drive really huff and puff. The haunting main theme (especially if it's dark and you're overtired) and gloom of rainy New York adds an appropriate layer of anxiety to the experience, which is short enough to play in a single weekend day sitting if you're really on the edge of your seat. To spoil the plot would be unfair, which is decent praise in a genre where story is so important. You know the kind of mood it takes for these types of titles, and if you're in it, Overclocked is a decent ride -- even if the final destination is a little strange.

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