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  • Summary: Travel thousands of years into the future to the galaxy Theophilus. As Sho, your job is to solve the mystery of countless murders that have been committed by an invading alien force. Along the way, you'll decimate hordes of alien creatures and liquid-morphing enemies with customized blaster rifles and plasma swords. Summon the power of Neo-Psionics to blast through hordes of alien menaces in a single move. Now, with Crimson Sea's Phantom Sensor System, use sound and touch to discover the hidden enemy. Expand
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  1. Positive: 13 out of 19
  2. Negative: 0 out of 19
  1. The game is long enough for RPG buffs to get into, and the game provides enough action for those that aren’t really interested in RPGS.
  2. If can forgive a few bad camera angles, and a shoddy sniper mode, than you will derive great pleasure from this game.
  3. One of those Xbox games that couldn't be done on another console without comprimising quality.
  4. Beautiful and challenging... A twisting, turning plot tops off the meal and this Sea, simply, demands to be bathed in. [Feb/Mar 2003, p.82]
  5. Differs from "Dynasty Warriors" in that it simply kicks ass. [Feb 2003, p.103]
  6. The varied missions -- 40 or so of them -- are a visceral blast, and even the simple waste-them-all-and-send-God-the-cleaning-bill slaughter sessions are wonderfully cathartic. [Feb 2003, p.152]
  7. 60
    If you can stomach the poor writing and the annoying camera, Crimson Sea has some visually rewarding intermissions and some decent battle situations to keep the action game fan happy.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 7
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 7
  3. Negative: 1 out of 7