User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

KGB (DOS)

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Written by  :  ThE oNe (6)
Written on  :  Oct 16, 2002
Platform  :  DOS

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Summary

A game like this comes only once in a lifetime...

The Good

KGB is an old game, but it stands as a better game than most out on the market today. The gameplay is thick and refreshing, the music is well designed, and the storyline is intruiging and deep.

First of all, the graphics may not be all that, but KGB's colorful animation really makes you want to keep going, just to see what new places you can go to. Characters look good, in the fact that they each have their different looks comaparing to their personality. Everyone in this book has their own characteristics and traits.

The plot is deep, and is almost like a movie. You always have to keep playing because you always want to find out what happens next.

The music is great, and will probably have you turning up the volume. There arent any sfx, but the music is enough.

The Bad

However, the game is increasingly difficult. Some missions require yopu to be at a certain place at a certain time, or do a certain thing first, and if you do something else first that was required to do later, you blew your chance. Frustrating retries are what made up the bad part of this game.

The Bottom Line

Nevertheless, KGB was a well designed, plotted game, that deserves a solid 5 / 5.