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  • Summary: a new kind of third-person action game that, for the first time, combines hand-to-hand combat and gunplay into a single, intense experience. It is the story of Konoko, an elite agent of the Tech Crimes Task Force -- a woman whose tough exterior hides a soul haunted by dark secrets in hera new kind of third-person action game that, for the first time, combines hand-to-hand combat and gunplay into a single, intense experience. It is the story of Konoko, an elite agent of the Tech Crimes Task Force -- a woman whose tough exterior hides a soul haunted by dark secrets in her past. [G.O.D.] Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 29
  2. Negative: 1 out of 29
  1. An extremely addictive action fighting game with some very cool anime storytelling and martial arts that are wrapped in an otherwise superbly executed game that is one of the most fun and coolest games I've played in years.
  2. Da Gameboyz
    85
    If you can get past the learning curve then you will surely enjoy the game. Expect to be frustrated at first, especially because the moves are often hard to pull off.
  3. Spank!
    80
    Rock solid, all-action gameplay but misses out on a higher mark due to a few noticeable flaws.
  4. 75
    It certainly does do the major things that it promised to when it comes to creating a fast paced fighter, but doesn't really reach the godly state that everyone really hoped that it would.
  5. PC Gamer
    72
    A fun martial-arts romp that could have been a multiplayer classic. [Apr 2001, p.96]
  6. CNET Gamecenter
    70
    Definitely more interesting than most third-person action games, though it's hindered by a variety of interface problems.
  7. It's an interesting premise with a fine fighting scheme – squandered by sloppy design and bugs. Definitely a title destined for demo-status gone awry and certainly little more than a game for those who like their games with little substance.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 17 out of 18
  2. Negative: 0 out of 18
  1. May 13, 2011
    10
    Yet another brilliant game that was way ahead of the curve. This game was never going to be a critical success like Halo (et al.) because itYet another brilliant game that was way ahead of the curve. This game was never going to be a critical success like Halo (et al.) because it demanded a lot from the player, it really is for the hardcore gamer. This is due to the very flexible combat system which enables you to dispatch the bad guys in almost any way you could imagine, resulting in great replay value. There is a huge variety of guns and hand to hand techniques to keep you busy, or my favorite, sneak up behind someone and break their arms. I think the reason this game reviewed badly was because you cannot passively experience this game and expect to win (I'm looking at you, Bad Company 2). The game provides the player with the tools to experience a manga-esque sandbox, so its really up to you to come up with a viable strategy to have fun. Reviewers that bagged this game probably wouldn't get Minecraft either. Expand
  2. AbhiK
    Sep 28, 2005
    10
    this is the best game ever!!!!
  3. YoniH.
    Mar 3, 2002
    10
    Super game!! I'm very laik him.
  4. Nov 11, 2013
    10
    The incredible martial art hand to hand combat moves combined with decent gun-play makes it one of the unique games made.Story is good.This isThe incredible martial art hand to hand combat moves combined with decent gun-play makes it one of the unique games made.Story is good.This is one game that I'll never forget.With mods/cheats(it gets activated once you finish the game) you can play every character in the game with very different move set. Expand
  5. TimmyR.
    Mar 9, 2006
    9
    Great game for its time of games. Only problem is horrible ending.
  6. May 13, 2015
    9
    I would go back in time, to say this is a wonderful game, the story is looks like real, that made me affected at that time when i realize theI would go back in time, to say this is a wonderful game, the story is looks like real, that made me affected at that time when i realize the her father is robot, nice graphics and wide levels for that generation, good animation, fighting mechanics are amazing, shooting with a gun is hard that makes you prefer to fight instead of using weapons,
    you feel lonely most of the time with this realistic atmosphere,Ill never forget this amazing game
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  7. Nov 19, 2013
    6
    Single Player/Multi Player (2/2)

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    Single Player/Multi Player (2/2)

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    Gameplay (2/2)

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    Accessibility/Longevity (1/2)

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    Pricing (1/2)

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