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NARC – Review

I don't know if I've ever had lower expectations for a game than for NARC. In addition to a last-minute shift to budget title status, the title is a remake of a truly bad arcade game, famous only for being the industry's biggest sop to the government's "Just Say No" campaign. In what they hoped would be a canny marketing move, Midway hoped to cash in on the 'any publicity is good publicity' concept by making a game where the player can do drugs.


Game Description: NARC is an in-depth, third person action/shooter video game set against a stylized modern-day backdrop of the War on Drugs. A gritty crime drama, gamers assume the role of dual characters, Marcus Hill and Jack Forzenski, members of an elite NARC squad whose mission is to rid the world of a powerful international drug cartel. Players must track and eliminate these cartels. In NARC, players possess an arsenal of weapons as well as skills in hand-to-hand fighting. Throughout the game, players will test their own character and judgment in this classic battle of Good vs. Evil where every action has a consequence.

NARC – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language, Use of Drugs

Spawn: Armageddon – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Intense Violence, Strong Language, Blood and Gore

Spawn: Armageddon – Review

There's a reciprocation that comes from certain games. They give back the love that is given or better yet, they might multiply that love—those rare games that aren't played so much as they seduce the player. Games that make it easy to love them, or even games that offer up an initial bit of resistance before opening up and allowing the persistent gamer access to their hidden treasures.

Spawn: Armageddon

Game Description: A 3D action/adventure in which you fight with Spawn's superhuman strength, combat techniques, weaponry, Hell Powers and, of course, living costume, Spawn: Armageddon based on Todd McFarlane's creation, is a 3D action or adventure that will give players access to all of his distinctive abilities his superhuman strength, hand-to-hand combat techniques, his arsenal of weaponry, his Hell Powers and, of course, his living symbiotic costume. Caught between the battle of Good vs. Evil, he struggles to break free from the controlling influences of Heaven and Hell, Spawn: Armageddon is set in the gritty streets and alleyways of New York City. The focus of the game is combat, where Spawn can use three different methods of attack: hell powers, weapons, and hand-to-hand maneuvers.

Smashing Drive – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Smashing Drive – Review

If theres one thing I cant understand, its the temporary insanity that seems to grip publishers when giving the green light to certain games. It just makes NO sense for a piece of junk, waste-of-resources title to hit shelves when it has absolutely no redeeming qualities other than can the fact that it boots up in your console.

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