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Gungriffon Blaze

video game review video game review Video Game Review: Gungriffon Blaze Publisher: Working Designs
Category: Action
Platform: PS2
ESRB Rating: Teen    Release Date: October 2000

Overall Rating: 2 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
2 Stars out of 4

Gungriffon Blaze is like a one-night stand. The pleasure is short and memorable… for a short time. You control a mech robot through six and only six levels, trying to keep the peace after a world war.

The controls are very similar to TimeSplitters, and the enclosed first person view really feels like you're inside the robot looking out. The graphics are simple and colorful, with nice atmospheric effects, realistic explosions, and believable textures. While the game does not come close to the near-photo-realism of Smuggler's Run, the plastic look of many PS2 games is not found here.

The music is very inappropriate, though. At times, it sounds like it's supposed to be sad. Granted, that wasn't the intention, but nevertheless the music doesn't quite fit.

Each level has its own unique mission and feel, so Gungriffon Blaze is definitely not as bland as games like RC Revenge Pro. Tech and mech fans should check it out, but beware of the game's brevity.

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