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  • Summary: Get ready to throw yourself into an evolving story about a fictional future world, where the Corporation is about to take control over human kind using the ultimate technologies to create a perfect human race: the New Breed Real life facts like Cloning Technology or Genetic Engineering are used as a foundation to create a new form of life. A question is rising: are the people using the technology or are they becoming used by technology itself? Expand
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  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 4 out of 4
  1. Playing Revolution is like driving a Lamborghini that's been torn apart and reassembled by a blindfolded mechanic: it's cheap, and the engine runs, but I wouldn't recommend you get behind the wheel, because there's bound to be some important parts left out. [May 2003, p.68]
  2. Confusion and frustration are your only companions in Revolution. [June 2003, p.87]
  3. It's hard to imagine that anyone would deliberately release the game as it is--in fact, it's easier to imagine that the game somehow escaped from Fun Labs on its own and clawed its way onto store shelves.
  4. It might be a budget title, but that's not an excuse to release such a mess of a game. What price would you place on spending your leisure time in a confused state of frustration?
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  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. Oct 16, 2010
    5
    But it could be such a great game...
  2. EdwardS.
    Feb 7, 2005
    5
    It could have been great if only they gave it the time and a professional touch.
  3. xxxtank
    May 11, 2004
    0
    Absolutely HORRIBLE!!!
  4. AnonymousMC
    Jun 10, 2006
    0
    I can't really be sure about what sorts of experiments Romanian developer Fun Labs was conducting, but its shooter, Revolution, is clearly an experiment in fun gone monstrously wrong. It's hard to imagine that anyone would deliberately release the game as it is--in fact, it's easier to imagine that the game somehow escaped from Fun Labs on its own and clawed its way onto store shelves. Expand