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  • Summary: The year is 2054 and you are Precrime Officer John Anderton, head of an elite police force division that can apprehend murderers before the crime can be committed. Everyone thought the system was perfect, until a precrime report lists you as the prime suspect. Now, you're on the run through 40 futuristic levels filled with both human and robot enemies in a mission to clear your name. With an arsenal of weapons, hand-to-hand combat skills, and a Jetpack that allows you to fly through levels, it's up to you to stop an evil conspiracy before it's too late. Expand
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 8
  2. Negative: 1 out of 8
  1. It doesn’t take long to work out that they’ve basically reduced an intelligent thriller into a brainless beat-’em-up. Be warned!
  2. The game does have some pretty detailed 2D graphics and nice sound, but the frustrating combat system and repetitive action make the overall presentation of the game lackluster.
  3. 60
    On the GBA, Minority Report: Everybody Runs has poor implementation of control as well as sluggish animation that hurt an otherwise great design idea.
  4. Overall control is intuitive, but target selection is awkward. [Feb 2003, p.158]
  5. Comes nowhere close to using the GBA's potential. Run far, far away. [Summer 2003, p.45]
  6. While it's nice to have civilians mixed in with enemies, and there should be a penalty for shooting them accidentally, the price in this game is rather steep: you lose a life.
  7. Minority Report just isn't fun to play, and all because of a horrible targeting system.

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