BackTrack Game Boy Advance
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  1. SeriousD.(GBAFPSexpert)
    Jul 7, 2004
    5
    Can FPSs be pulled off on the GBA with great results? Of course they can, and we have seen exactly a dozen on the small system. Some good (Duke Nukem Advance, Ice Nine), some bad (Wolfenstein 3D, Medal of Honor: Underground). But is the one that started it all any good? Back Track is the tenth best FPS for the GBA and the 1st released for the system. Back Track is a campy sci-fi FPS that Can FPSs be pulled off on the GBA with great results? Of course they can, and we have seen exactly a dozen on the small system. Some good (Duke Nukem Advance, Ice Nine), some bad (Wolfenstein 3D, Medal of Honor: Underground). But is the one that started it all any good? Back Track is the tenth best FPS for the GBA and the 1st released for the system. Back Track is a campy sci-fi FPS that limits you to the point where you can see only two feet in front of yourself and lets you man artillery like a bubble gun, yes, you heard me right, a bubble gun, and that's right, you guessed it, it fires bubble gum. What! Collapse
  2. JonathanF.
    Nov 25, 2002
    7
    An okay game with quite cool graphics but the plot sounds a bit like Star Trek and the sound's boredom.
  3. JohnK.
    Dec 1, 2006
    8
    Funny spoof on FPS, and a great multiplayer with bots.
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  3. Negative: 3 out of 3
  1. 40
    From the minute you see the cheesy menus, you get a feeling of dread that this game isn't going to live up to its effects. And with a cheesy story and cheesy design leave that feeling hovering all through the game.
  2. Thanks to a claustrophobic clipping plane and frequent dead zones, BackTrack still feels like unfinished shareware.
  3. The smooth controls and frame rate prevent the game from being totally abysmal, but with the gameplay problems, weapon lag time, and weak save game feature, more work is needed.