Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days
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A cool license and a clever time-twisting idea both go to waste in Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days. With more mission variety, character development, and technical polish I could see this being an unexpectedly fun top-down shooter. As it is, its lack of ambition in scenario design makes too little use of its unique mechanic which, in itself, doesn't always work the way you'd expect it to. Bloody Days also fails to really capture the feel of the movie on which it's based, presenting iconic characters as cheap knock offs that spout their signature lines at odd moments like pull-string toys. While the shooting can be fun and challenging, this one's definitely not worth losing an ear over.
Even if it wasn't a gross misuse of a license, Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is a boring, buggy game with a universal selling point that's nowhere as fun, or as smart, as it thinks it is. And just like Joe Cabot, I'm so goddamn mad hollering at you guys, I can hardly talk.
Reservoir Dogs is an isometric action with tactical elements, which is repelled from one concept: enter the building, take the money and go out alive. Unfortunately, after the tenth same type mission this game becomes absolutely boring. Bloody Days lacks a full-fledged story, interesting and well-developed characters, and instead has broken game mechanics and boring missions. You simply have literally nothing to do in this project, even if you are a big fan of virtual violence and action.
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