When you can pick up NOLF and NOLF 2 in the bargain bin for less than J.A.C.K., combined, there's no compelling reason to recommend J.A.C.K. If you want contract killing from a male perspective, Hitman 2 will give you a superior experience, and is also in the bargain bin at a fraction of the price. You'll also get more than five hours of playtime. J.A.C.K. contains seven different areas, with the last one seeming almost interminable, but you can still get through it in one sitting. There's multiplayer, with the usual deathmatch, team deathmatch and CTF, but Call of Duty is superior here, too, for only ten dollars more. At the end of the day, J.A.C.K. feels like a throwback to the old ways of action gaming that the genre moved beyond a while ago, from the dated graphics to the trigger spawns to the tiresomely repeated music.