If you are not into games that demand stealth, then this is not the game for you. For all of you gamers that enjoy a good stealth game and alot of gore, well then this is definately the game for you. The story behind this game isnt exactly top of the line, but the game is good enough to where it can cover up the story line. You fight your way through the game by hiding in dark corners and shadows and sneaking up behind people and suffocating them with a plastic bag, or hitting them upside the head with a baseball bat, etc. There are a great deal of weapons on this game which make it fun because there is always something different to kill the enemies with. The controls are easy to get use to on this game, and it is easy to switch back and forth on the weapons. The graphics are pretty good, and the sound isnt to bad either. There is not a great deal of replay value on this game though, once you have beat it I doubt you will want to go through it again. Some of the things that they could of improved on in this game is the amount of stealth in the game. It gets very tedious hiding in dark corners throughout the whole game and waiting for your enemies to turn there backs to you so you can sneak up behind them. Overall this game is a fun experience, it is definately worth at least renting a time or two. But if you are not into stealth games and if you have a weak stomach then do yourself a favor and dont go out and buy this game, it is not worth the $53.00 to you, trust me.
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