Summary [6.5 out of 10]
"Time Crisis 4 can be a blast; a lot like having one of the arcade machines in your house."
Hit the jump to read the detailed review
can't wait for this to hit the Uk ^_^
Time Crisis = Pure arcade gaming fun in your room.
It might not be a professional gaming website, but it's sure a hell of a lot more informative and useful than any review i'll see on a "legit" site.
Reading this makes me want to buy the game now, as I was rather skeptical before.
"Note to Reader
First and foremost you have to consider what Time Crisis 4 is and what it’s not.
* IT IS: A game about shooting stuff using a light gun and making you feel like you are doing cool stuff in the process on the screen.
* IT IS NOT: A story-driven game that will last 20+ hrs and make BioWare cry with envy.
I am taking this time to make this point, because if I had someone come up to me and say something like “OMG this game is so short” or “The story was stupid”… you’d have to kick them in the eyes because that has never been the point of Time Crisis.
It’s like you going to Costco, then asking for a manager and complaining that all they serve for food is Pizza and Hot dogs. If you want something else… go somewhere else. If you want to use a light gun to shoot dudes in the face like you used to in the arcade and had a blast doing it, your question should be “Does Time Crisis 4 give this to me?”. If you want a game that is 25hrs long with a twisting and turning story, deep characters and insane world physics with vehicles… it’s not this game.
this review was pretty in dept and with the videos it helps me put more into perspective
the last review i read said the calibration and accuracy was bad, but after watching these videos, the last reviewer just sounded like he didn't know what he was doing
im still buying this game, especially after reading this review....cant find it anywhere yet
All good but I don't like the cross in the game, I've never seen a gun games with a cross on the screen before.
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