Creative hacking and covert multiplayer modes bring exciting new life to otherwise familiar open-world man-shooting.
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A promising concept but dismal execution on just about every level.
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Adorable, amusing, colorful and well-animated, but the combat is too simplistic and repetitive to remain interesting throughout the game.
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Beautiful and creative, but controls and design issues often drag it from challenging to frustrating.
A handful of flaws, but this fun and addictive city-builder still climbs high.