Payback

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Platforms
Critic Score User Score
Game Boy Advance
67
3.2
Amiga
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4.1
GP2X
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Description

Influenced by Grand Theft Auto, Payback is set across 4 different cities totaling 100 square kilometers of landscape. You can perform all manner of illegal activities to try to achieve wealth, including carjackings, murders, shootings and run-overs.

Stealing vehicles is the real meat of the game, as these must be used for the various missions, which are obtained by walking over to phone boxes, as in GTA. There are dozens of these, all with different handling characteristics, and include trucks, buses and even boats.

The mission structures are non-linear, meaning that how you perform in one part can affect how later parts unfold, and the game includes Perspective Corrected 3D graphics with realistic shadows and rotational effect, as well as a full 3D soundtrack of aggressive rap and mid-tempo rock.

Screenshots

Payback Game Boy Advance The police managed to stop you this time...
Payback Game Boy Advance A bit of monetary reward for your hard work.
Payback Game Boy Advance Just starting...
Payback Game Boy Advance You get the 'Irony Bonus' when you run over people with their own vehicle.

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User Reviews

GTA just received some Amiga love Amiga *Katakis* (37879)

Critic Reviews

Obligement Amiga Dec, 2002 9 out of 10 90
TouchGen iPhone Jan 29, 2009 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Appletell iPhone Feb 04, 2009 4 out of 5 80
Obligement Amiga Apr, 2001 8 out of 10 80
Slide to Play iPhone Feb 01, 2009 3 out of 4 75
IGN iPhone Feb 03, 2009 7.2 out of 10 72
GameZone Game Boy Advance Mar 23, 2005 6.4 out of 10 64
AppleLinks.Com Macintosh Mar 17, 2002 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
Cubed3 Game Boy Advance Nov 14, 2004 6 out of 10 60
Mac Gamer Macintosh Mar 21, 2003 40 out of 100 40

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