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Flashback: The Quest for Identity

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Reviewed by Ty Massei

Graphics: 4 out of 10 Sound: 2 out of 10 Gameplay: 7.5 out of 10 Hardness factor: 8.5 out of 10 Overall: 7.5 out of 10

Graphics: Graphics (especially cut scenes) are bad, though original. The only good part about the graphics is the backgrounds. Still, even the bad graphics have a sort of appeal to them and they aren't really annoying. Sound: Music is pretty much nonexistent. What's there is repetitive and used in every level. Sound Effects are also very plain, though when you hear them you usually know what they are. Not the best part of this game. Gameplay: I, personally, loved this game. It's a different type of sidescroller, much like Blackthorne, which is very realistic. There's realism in how he runs, jumps, shoots (he draws his gun first, then with another press of the button fires) it's really interesting. Controls are confusing at first, but you'll get used to them probably after the first level. Hardness factor: This game gets really hard. You don't have a lot of life and must use a force field in order to block bullets. You will probably fall off of cliffs a lot in the beginning, but that is pretty normal. It wasn't meant to be an easy game, but it's fun. Fighting the last boss and hitting people with your gun when they are right by you are the only things that are so hard it drains the fun out of the game. Overall: 7.5 out of 10. I really enjoyed this game. It's original and the graphics, though poor, are at least interesting. They could have added some better sound, though that might have destroyed the mood of this game. It's really fun, you should at least give it a try. BTW, they made a 3D sequel for this game for the PC years ago. I don't advise you try and find it.

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