Spy Hunter Game Boy Advance

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  • Summary: The evil NOSTRA Corporation prepares to unleash havoc on the world, and only the SpyHunter is equipped to stop them. Get behind the wheel of the powerful G-6155 Interceptor, a vehicle that can transform into a boat, Jet Ski, or motorcycle. With an arsenal of both offensive and defensiveThe evil NOSTRA Corporation prepares to unleash havoc on the world, and only the SpyHunter is equipped to stop them. Get behind the wheel of the powerful G-6155 Interceptor, a vehicle that can transform into a boat, Jet Ski, or motorcycle. With an arsenal of both offensive and defensive weapons, you must elude NOSTRA spies, henchmen, and assassins at any cost. Hordes of air, ground, and water enemies pursue you as you try to save the world from the mind of a madman. Collapse
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 13
  2. Negative: 2 out of 13
  1. As close to the console versions as you possible can get. The game’s visuals are very well done and the sound is pretty cool in itself.
  2. 76
    The game's particularly ruthless A.I can offset the fun a little. Surviving certain levels is tough enough, but having to do it over and over to complete all the objectives borders on the inhumane.
  3. Game Informer
    75
    Short but sweet; put Spy Hunter down as one of life's nice little surpises. [June 2002, p.87]
  4. It's not badly done action. I only wish it was arranged better. Not in need of more explosions, not utterly boring and certainly not bad-looking; it's just, regrettably, dry.
  5. Nintendo Power
    64
    Runs like a well-oiled machine. [Sept 2002, p.168]
  6. A great-looking game, though the gameplay can start to wear thin pretty quickly.
  7. GameNow
    42
    The graphics are muddy and blocky, making it difficult to tell what's happening, even with the brightness turned all the way up. [June 2002, p.86]

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