Reviewed by Ty Massei
Graphics: 3 out of 10
Sound: 3.5 out of 10
Gameplay: 3 out of 10
Hardness factor: 6 out of 10
Overall: 3 out of 10
Graphics: The graphics in this game are pretty poor. The cars, buildings,
and landscape are all very poor looking, and the color scheme is just a
little off. They should have worked on originality a bit.
Sound: The music in this game is pretty bad. The songs are just nerve racking
and the quality is just very poor. I couldn't stand to listen to it after 15
minutes or so.
Gameplay: A platformer game. In Mad Max, you pilot a car and are supposed
to solve different missions. You can go to different buildings (mainly to buy
stuff so you can continue) and blow up roadblocks that are in your way. You
must also destroy buildings and other cars that try to kill you. There really
isn't much else to do in this game, which means it gets boring really quickly.
I couldn't figure out where to go at some times and it really didn't seem fun
enough to actually try to find out. The controls are pretty bad in this game,
but it usually isn't that bad.
Hardness factor: This game was kind of hard. If you just drive around
blindly and conserve your fire, you should do pretty well. However, it's
pretty useless to try to take out all of the enemies in the game.
Overall: 3 out of 10. The graphics, music, and gameplay in this game are
pretty bad. Not even the idea is very original, let alone the story (the
movie was crap) and controls. There is no way I'm going to play this game again.