Die Hard Trilogy (1996)

Video Game  -  Animation | Thriller | Action  -  30 August 1996 (USA)
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Die Hard Trilogy is an action-packed video game for the PlayStation based on the Die Hard movie trilogy. It has you playing Bruce Willis' John McClane character who has to eliminate ... See full summary »

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Die Hard Trilogy is an action-packed video game for the PlayStation based on the Die Hard movie trilogy. It has you playing Bruce Willis' John McClane character who has to eliminate Terrorists. DHT is three games in one. Die Hard is based on the first DH film and is a 3-D action game where you play John who has to rescue Hostages in the Nakatomi Plaza while defusing Bombs and blowing away the bad guys. Die Hard 2: Die Harder is based on the second DH film and is a light gun game (similar to Time Crisis and Virtua Cop). It has you playing John who has to eliminate more Terrorists in Washington D.C. DH 2: DH is much more intense than the first DH game and is even gorier. Die Hard With a Vengeance is based on the third DH film and has you driving vehicles chasing Terrorists while defusing Bombs scattered throughout New York City set to explode. Written by Neo-232

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Three MAXIMUM Adventures, One EXPLOSIVE Package!


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Two great games, one crap game
21 August 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Die Hard Trilogy was one of the first games I ever got for my PC many years ago. And it's still fun to play thanks to the fast and furious gameplay, well of the first 2 games anyway. The third was awful.

Die Hard is a third-shooter set in the Nakatomi Plaza in LA's Century City. The set design is impressively similar to that of the movie and John McClane's mission involves scouring each and every floor for terrorist (actually just thieves) scum, hostages and bombs. The graphics are slightly dodgy and can get a bit confusing but it's a bloody thrill ride for sure. This game was developed upon more in the under-rated Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza from 2001.

Die Harder is a first person shooter much like Operation Wolf in which you go through Washington DC's Dulles Airport blasting at everything you see. The best thing about this game is that everything in it can be shot and destroyed. It was hectic carnage and there are some brilliant blood splatters.

Die Hard with a Vengeance (my fave film of the trilogy) is a really crappy driving game much like Crazy Taxi only with boring, near impossible mission, terrible graphics and no lasting appeal. I never went back to this game more than twice. The others however, can be played again and again.

And furthermore, the musical score on the first two games were brilliant! The third has pleasant enough tunes but it never came near the action-packed cues that came before it. Nothing like Michael Kamen's work on the movies, but cool anyway.

Graphics B Sound B+ Gameplay A- Lasting Appeal A-


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