Nothing quite smells like a B-grade game. In the case of Torrente, the B-grade smell will hit you even before you open the box. I’ll admit that I’ve seen the first Torrente film – it happened somewhere in the middle of a story that begins with “I was so drunk,” and ends with a confrontation with Spanish authorities. There’s a third film on the horizon but the titular Torrente doesn’t change – he’s a big mouthed, bigoted, utterly sexist pig, I mean, ex-cop. His character isn’t changed for the game and Torrente is even voiced by the real actor, Santiago Segura (who also wrote and directed the first film), which provides for a continuity of sorts, but this is no movie adaptation.
|American McGee presents: SCRAPLAND||10/01/2005||
So, is Scrapland worth the bolts? It’s no GTA but it’s a nice change. If you’re really itching for a good sci-fi game with a good sense of humor, then look no further.Leer análisis
|Runaway: A Road Adventure||00/08/2003||
Runaway is the best adventure game out right now, and my early nominee of the best adventure game this year.
|Commandos 2: Men of Courage||-||
It simply seems like an animal taken out of its native habitat and dropped in the middle of some alien world. If you have a PC, I can think of no reason to recommend the PS2 version.
|War Times: European Frontline||-||
An all-right RTS game but compared to current RTS games it's lacking.Leer análisis