張貼於：04 月 16 日
Ever watch the Movie Repo Men and think.... "Well that dystopia's not all that bad, unless you need artificial organs."
Well this game is kind of like that in a parallel universe. When the main hero, Adam Jensen gets blown half to hell by human "purists" who destroy an artificial limb laboratory where he is the chief of security, he wakes up 6 months later with badass implants that turn him into a one-man army. (Or assassin, if you looooove air ducts.)
A lot of what you can do is just explore the world, and face the moral dilemma of whether humanity loses something with these artificial augments. However, they do show you more of a complete world than you actually are allowed to explore...
Pros: Top notch voice acting, model and characters, animation, a well-written story. (Including morality choices and multiple interactions/outcomes.)
Get the director's cut for bonus tracks of the creaters talking about the game (but turn the commentary off for your first playthrough)
Cons: You can't go everywhere the game shows you - a lot of "buildings" will be in the skybox, away from exploration.
The developers talk about it in the directors cut - they made the most out of a crappy engine and the crunch that came due to their launch deadline, but for what they had to work with, they still made a pretty good game.
Still looking for a Repo Men easter egg.
Score: 8/10 - definitely deserves mention among good games, especially for how well written and actualized its concept was.