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Review Daily Game nonplussed by Restricted Area


Nov 9, 2002
Monkey Island
Tags: Master Creating; Restricted Area

<a href=http://www.dailygame.net/>Daily Game</a> are the latest to have <a href=http://www.dailygame.net/news/archives/004320.php>reviewed</a> the cyberpunk action RPG Restricted Area by master creating. They thought it was just all right and rate it <b>7/10</b>.<blockquote>Like Diabo [sic], the graphics in Restricted Area have 2D sprites, and although they may not be as impressive as a fully 3D graphics engine, it does seem to fit the whole futuristic cyber-punk feel the game is going for. Likewise, the sound effects are a lot like the game’s graphics in that they really don’t stand out but do the job they’re meant to do. The soundtrack is surprisingly good and features some very catchy tunes, but the voice acting varies from OK to awful.</blockquote>The poor translation ruined the demo for me more than anything else.
Spotted at: <A HREF="http://www.bluesnews.com">Blue's News</A>

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