Total Overdose: A Gunslinger's Tale in Mexico (2005)

Video Game  |  Action, Comedy, Crime  |  27 September 2005 (USA)
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Ramio "Ram" Cruz, a youthful criminal turned DEA agent seeks for his father's murderers in the city of Los Toros, Mexico. During his struggle, he confronts with dope dealers, banditos, ... See full summary »

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Ramio "Ram" Cruz, a youthful criminal turned DEA agent seeks for his father's murderers in the city of Los Toros, Mexico. During his struggle, he confronts with dope dealers, banditos, corrupt Federales and Mexican army, loco luchadores, guerillas and other bad guys; all in action-packed open world 'sandbox' themed gameplay. Written by the Indian

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A very good, over the top, assault on the senses.
5 February 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

You load up the game. You watch the intro sequence, and you think, "What have I wasted my money on here?" Then you get to the title screen, and the brilliant soundtrack hits you right in the face. Brilliant song. Things start looking up. You start the game, the first level is absolutely pump. And the graphics? Below average. What happened to the decent soundtrack? This plays like a Max Payne clone! Except worse! Then you get to the second mission. Things start looking better. Throughout the game, it keeps on improving. Until it's brilliant climax.

The plot is pretty much nothing special, but enough to keep the game going: Man gets murdered, son goes out to avenge his death.... blah blah blah.

The game play is nothing short of insane. In a good way. This is how it works. When you kill somebody, a combo timer starts. kill somebody else before the combo timer ends and you've got yourself a score multiplier. The more stylish and varied ways you kill people, the more points you get. When the combo timer ends, your score multiplies by the amount of people you kill. It's simple, but very addictive.

The soundtrack consists of Mexican metal/hip hop. Sounds bad yes? You couldn't be more wrong. It really does contribute to the experience.

Get this game if you want a out and out insane experience. Enough said.


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