3 out of 4 people found the following review useful:
Bad move . . .
akiratalon39 from United States
12 February 2006
Aw. Monolith went above and beyond with the lush and humorous
environments in No One Lives Forever 1 and 2. The only "problem" was
that the action was a little on the . . . uh . . . little side. Another
problem involved some complaints that insecure men were a little
intimidated to be playing a woman that can sure kick some butt.
So Monolith sprang into action and developed this fifteen level
so-called expansion pack. Starring is John Jack, just another contract
killer, as he goes around Eastern Europe chasing a bizarre Italian
named Il Pazzo (which means 'The Crazy') as he goes around blowing up
the world and emasculating you.
This game is littered with generic guns and bodies. Very soon in the
beginning you realize that there is no stealth. There is cold, hard
action and a whole lot of shell casings. The snow in Czech is red with
blood and the janitors of Italy will have a heck of time cleaning up
The M rating is well deserved. Yet, leave this by. The prequel and
sequel are quite better.
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