Submitted by s8anicslayer 821d ago | review

Flashback Review | Game Informer

GI - "I last played Flashback a decade ago, but I remember it well enough to know that the changes in this HD remake are not improvements. Conrad Hart is still being pursued by some scary-looking bad guys (now you can immediately tell they’re not human), and they shoot his jetbike down over an alien jungle. He opens up a holocube and learns that his memories have been stripped – and that he did it to himself." (Flashback, Xbox 360) 3/10

zalanis  +   821d ago
wow after reading your article, the only evident thing is that you suck at videogames. these play mechanics harken to the old prince of persia/ original tomb raider games. it aint fair to say you were frustrated simply cause you didnt understand the gameplay mechanics. If you hate these mechanics then dont try play nosferatu on snes.
Sketchy_Galore  +   821d ago
I could probably handle the dated gameplay but what I don't get is why they thought it a good idea to replace the beautiful Moebius inspired artwork of the original with the art style of that completely unnecessary Total recall remake that flopped hard a year or two ago.

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