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It could have been much better. Once you have visited the ten locations you have just about exhausted the game in terms of exploration. This is particularly annoying because each one takes a separate load to appear. The missions, too, vary little with Harry enmeshed in an interminable round of trashings in which the assailants have to be knocked down more and more times. It all becomes a bit tedious, and the arcade adventure element is lost in the continual cycle of fights.
Sound too could have been better with some more solid thwacks, and maybe even a sampled chainsaw noise.
What you are feeling after playing MD is that the game could have been so much better if they had bothered to extend it, and taken a little more time. Those streets should have been a lot meaner.