This game was O.K. the first three levels but they after that it was kinda the same thing two levels of shooting random bad guys and on third more bad guys and a simple boss. Thats terrible. Shoot, shoot, shoot, shoot. No minigames,only seven weapons,and thecombat moves are downright terrible. Then after you wait a while you can call your dog to get you a kill. there has to be more than that. I did nine levels of that and I was happy it was only 10 bucks from a friend. Then there was the super boss that takes three to six bites from your dog to kill. All i did was flee till I could call it again then have take a chomp out of the boss. The bad guys are idiots, you could run in circles in a room with a guard in it, they will miss everytime then run to the next room. They'll act like nothing happened and keep patroling, and so forth you get to the boss take three to six dog bites to kill him and then he would die. Of the nine levels I played that was what happened. I recomend you pass on this game, and get Max Payne or a better made game. The stats id give to this game is a 4 to gameplay 5 to graphics 4 to tilt and a 2 to value, adding to a grand perentage of 4.0.
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