gamers (71%) found this review helpful
The game setting takes place in tropical islands in the golf of mexico, so there's no need for vacation. The physics braking stunts takes you away from your reality. The dream vacation, right. Most reviewers complain about the unreal ism of the stunts and game play. Hence the instant med pack healing and flying on air craft attached to the tail with a single G.I.Joe grip. But no body really cares about that. The thing we love about games is that we can do just about anything we want and get away with it. GTA taught us that. The only good complaint is it's incredibly short (just like a real vacation 2 weeks just don't cut it). The fact is it's a great game and a great escape.
Guns are great, vehicles are great. The landscape is enormous which was kind of cool, but there are some serious problems. This game made my X-box lock up. No game has ever made my x-box lock up until now. This game made it lock up eight times. I was not doing anything to difficult either, driving, walking, or just standing around and freeze!!! I put cars in my garage to save them, like the game tells you it will, save the game and reload later( one of the fastest coolest cars) and car was gone. At one point I was flying around getting extra stuff on buildings, climbing ladders and such. Then I went to a nearby save point, walked over to ammo stash to reload my guns. It clearly said "press (A) to reload, pressed it and was teleported to the last ladder I was clinging to on a building about three miles away. Overall I was not to happy with the performance of this game. You guys can do better than that.