Danger Girl

PlayStation
  • Publisher: THQ
  • Release Date: Sep 6, 2000
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  • Summary: 3rd person action-adventure has never been sexier with DANGER GIRL, the only videogame based on on the best-selling comic book series by J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell. Dare to take control of 3 beautiful yet leathal Danger Girls in an espionage-themed thrill-ride deemed to dangerous3rd person action-adventure has never been sexier with DANGER GIRL, the only videogame based on on the best-selling comic book series by J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell. Dare to take control of 3 beautiful yet leathal Danger Girls in an espionage-themed thrill-ride deemed to dangerous for any man to handle! Expand
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  2. Negative: 5 out of 10
  1. Da Gameboyz
    70
    The graphics suffer a little from a lack of balance, the sound is quite good, though some sounds are out of place, and the gameplay, while mostly nothing new, is well done and fun.
  2. 70
    It's fun enough, but it's definitely not dangerous.
  3. Cheerful, juvenile and more fun than what our rating might imply, "Danger Girl" is undone primarily because it's engine is riddled with technical flaws (collision detection, slug-like speed and frame-rate, poor aiming).
  4. Casual gamers should pass Danger Girl like a bad bowl of chili.
  5. The main asset to the license -- a degree of smart sexiness akin to old '70s James Bond movie posters -- has become crass and obvious in its translation to 3D.
  6. 32
    Big breasts can go a long way to brightening up any day, but with gameplay this dim, even these headlights can't light up this game.
  7. Daily Radar
    0
    A poor excuse for a videogame and an even poorer excuse for pornography.

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  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. May 17, 2018
    8
    Gameplay-wise is average, something you would expect with the PS1 limitations. Colorful graphics and responsive controls, if you like classicGameplay-wise is average, something you would expect with the PS1 limitations. Colorful graphics and responsive controls, if you like classic Tomb Raider you'll get used to them easily. It allows you to remap the buttons for a better experience. The downside point is with the level design. Each level is divided into two long sections without any checkpoints, scarce health and ammo, I recommend you have a weapon of choice and stick with it the longest possible, use stealth approach and always aim to the head to use the least amount of ammo possible. The only time you can save your progress is when you finish each section, so be prepared to restart your game from the very beginning if you get killed. Is a rather fun game once you memorize the enemy AI and the main objectives but for that you'll need to restart your game several times. Veteran players will find it easy especially if you're fan of series such as Metal Gear and Tomb Raider. Expand
  2. MrRob
    Jul 31, 2003
    0
    Hello. I worked for THQ as a game tester. I played this game 10 hours a day for 3 months. I will now light myself on fire.

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#50 Most Discussed PS1 Game of 2000