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  • Summary: The streets of Albuquerque are a dangerous place. Just ask Jesse Pinkman. He's certainly run into his fair share of criminals since partnering with Walt, and he usually walks away from those encounters bruised and battered. Think you could help him do better? Here's your chance to find out,The streets of Albuquerque are a dangerous place. Just ask Jesse Pinkman. He's certainly run into his fair share of criminals since partnering with Walt, and he usually walks away from those encounters bruised and battered. Think you could help him do better? Here's your chance to find out, playing as Jesse in this original Breaking Bad graphic novel game. Think you can make it past shady lawyers, drug-addled prostitutes and dangerous thugs without getting killed? Play Breaking Bad - The Cost of Doing Business and put your criminal wherewithal to the test.Breaking Bad | Season 4Sundays 10/9CAMC - Story Matters Here Expand
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  1. Sep 7, 2014
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    A short little dosage of flawed fan-service. Playing as Jesse Pinkman in a game that reacts to your choices has potential to be worth aA short little dosage of flawed fan-service. Playing as Jesse Pinkman in a game that reacts to your choices has potential to be worth a download for an Breaking Bad fan, even though it can be completed in no time. Also once you've figured out how to collect the most cash there's no reason to replay it. The sting of those flaws is lessened a great deal by the fact that it's free. Unlike most free mobile games though there's no micro-transactions at all.

    Outside of a brief rail-shooter section the only gameplay here is just selecting how to handle the various situations. By far the biggest issue with this game outside of it's briefness, is that should you have to stop playing in the middle for whatever reason, you will lose some very important progress. Important items like some extra acquired cash or a very important gun will for no explainable reason be in your possession, hurting your progress. Now the game is so short that there's really no reason you can't beat it in one sitdown and have no issues. But should something come up or if the game should crash, your kind of left with nothing else to do then to restart from the beginning. It's not a huge issues given the incredibly short length, but it's an issue none-the-less.

    It's an incredibly disposable experience for fans. Given the fact that it's free there's really no reason to not check it out if you're a fan of the show. That being said keep in mind it's got some glaring issues.
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