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Reviewed: KISS Psycho Circus: The Nightmare Child
Developer: Third Law Interactive
Publisher: Gathering of Developers
Genre Type: First-Person Shooter
ESP: $39.99 Buy KISS Psycho Circus: The Nightmare Child from Gamestop
Required System: PII266MHz, 64MB RAM, 500MB HD, DX7.0a, Win95+
Reviewer's System: C400MHz @ 450MHz, 128MB RAM, GeForce 256 DDR, Vortex2, DX7.0a, Win98
Related Games: Doom, Blood II: The Chosen
ESRB Rating: Mature - Animated Violence, Animated Blood and Gore
Overall Rating:
Author: Chris Kim       Date: September 13th, 2000
Page: 1

Game Review:

In a day and age when unique and interesting ideas are running short, people will try to use any type of license from another idea to base a game or movie off of. This is the case from any type of game with "me too" products that are nothing but a rehash of previously released games with a new technology shell surrounding it. Despite the new technology and the tried and true gameplay, there is one element missing that would make it a great game... great gameplay that has evolved to become the standard in today's games. Imagine trying to play Asteroids after playing hours of Freespace 2, it's just next to impossible because of the depth and further immersion that the newer games have. Can a game that uses a different license and tried and true gameplay style succeed in today's market? With KISS Psycho Circus: The Nightmare Child, the goal was to recreate that retro gameplay.

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Added:  Wednesday, September 13, 2000
Reviewer:  Chris Kim
Page: 1/5

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