Tagged With crackdown 2

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Crackdown 2 was a video game that pretty much came and went in mid-Summer. It was OK, but no Game of the Year contender, nothing to rave about. What a difference a Bob Dylan remix makes.

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Ruffian Games and Microsoft detail the Toy Box add-on for Crackdown 2 today which adds the eagerly anticipated Keys to the City cheat mode for free, as well as a handful of new content for those willing to pay the price.

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Writer Fraser Allison thinks a few games could be improved if they contained a little less shooting. We're reprinting the case here. Read on and see if you agree.

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Among many criticisms of Crackdown 2 was the game's duller colour palette, which swapped out the bright hues of the 2007 hit for duller, grittier tones. The developer said while this was intentional, it will be remedied with DLC.

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Crackdown looks like a cartoon. I guess. With the cel-shading and everything. Not sure it needed an animated prequel series, though. What is this, 2008?

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Apparently no one told Crackdown 2 senior designer Dean Smith that you aren't supposed to make up your own cover blurbs, but then this video is titled "Nothing Is Sacred", so at least he's keeping in theme.