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Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath Member Review for the Xbox

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07/14/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE  
PLAYERS 1- 1 
PUBLISHER EA 
DEVELOPER Oddworld 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Blood and Gore, Strong Language, Violence

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If you're looking for an innovative shooter that offers a great story and long, but not tedious plotline, look no further. The game starts off with a highly detailed cut-scene featuring some of your ammo and enemies. After that, the game really gets started. The first area begins as a tutorial of sorts, showing you how to use the live ammo you start with to create traps. Through the game, as you collect the different kind of creatures for ammo, the game really becomes interesting as you incorporate the different ammo at you're disposal. For example, at one part of a level, you might shoot a few boombats at a group of enemies, killing them. Or you could shoot a few fuzzles a few feet away from them and run out while they try to chase you, only to be caught by fuzzles, letting you capture them alive for more moolah. The plot starts off slow, but builds up speed and really draws you into it. The graphics are great for their time, and huge open areas fill the land. If you're a fan of the Oddworld series or shooter fan, this game's for you


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