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By Nick Olsen
Co-founder, Theory of Gaming
In 1985 Nintendo started a revolution when it...
This game is fun, but does get old after a while. It does have good puzzlesolving leements, but the combat system is weak. The wide vaeirty of guns makes it fun to go around hunting enemies, but it be nice if they had special abilities. The story line is pretty good, excepting the fact that it seems like it was juxt thrown in there to keep the game intresting. In other words this game is fun, but could have been much better and could have made cooler guns and possibly made a wider variety of enemies.