20°
Submitted by BIoodmask 2033d ago | review

Daily Nintendo: C.O.P. The Recruit Review

All things considered, C.O.P. The Recruit feels inadequate. Despite its impressive technical feats, the game doesn't play very well. It almost feels like the developer has focused all its efforts in creating a beautiful virtual New York that runs with nary a hitch, but has neglected the rest. The game has no colorful and compelling characters, there are no radio stations, and the dialogue is atrocious. Bottom line: C.O.P. The Recruit has its moments, but it lacks the attitude that made GTA gripping. (Cop: The Recruit, Nintendo DS) 6/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories

N4G Known Issue: Pending Section Application Error

3h ago - Hello everyone. We are aware of the issue with the Application Errors in the pending section.... | Culture
30°

Batman: Arkham Knight director reveals his favorite Batman moments

6h ago - PSU writes: The director of Batman: Arkham Knight unveils his top 3 Batman universe moments fr... | Xbox 360
Ad

Go Mechanical

Now - WASD mechanical keyboards provide a superior typing experience over common rubber dome keyboards. | Promoted post

Splatoon Tower Control Breakdown

6h ago - Nintendo released the new Tower Control game mode for Splatoon today. This new game mode is a hyb... | Wii U
10°

Fun Frenetic Fighting – BlazBlue Chrono Phantasma EXTEND Review | BagoGames

7h ago - Blazblue Chrono Phantasma EXTEND features a fun fast paced fighting game experience that is a fea... | PS4
30°

Review: Poly Bridge | GENWire

7h ago - A Bridge too far? GENWire reviews Poly Bridge, Dry Cactus' new physics based puzzle game. | PC