Finished all the story missions. Only took me about 4 hours to complete. I know the length it takes to beat the game will bother some people, but for me it didn't. For the weapons your car has some are better than the others. The 4 offense weapons I liked the best were the battering ram, shocker, .50 cal gun, and the flamethrower. For your defense weapon, the shield was the clear cut best one out of the 3 available The missions are vaired and you never feel like your doing the same thing over again. Some of the missions though are very annoying. For instance the "Screamer" mission where you had to control the weapon truck turrent to protect your car was very irratating. The gun on the turrent is weak and the grenade launcher only launches 1 grenade per shot and you had to wait 5 seconds to it to reload. Did I forget to mention you have about 3 screamers per second trying to kill you? Yeah if you haven't done this mission yet, I'm here to warn you it's annoying. This game has very high replay value and getting 100% trophies won't take you long. Overall Spy Hunter is very fun and enjoying to play trying to unlock all the paint schemes and upgrading all the weapons and though it sometimes throws some BS at you from time to time, you will hardly care. I bought this game a couple days ago and I can easily say it was worth it.
Frankly WB games is attempting to rip off customers with nostalgia for Spy Hunter. This isn't a horrible game, but is low budget in every respect. Then they have the nerve to put a price of 39.99 on it..... This game should have been a 9.99 download only title.
1) same old Spy Hunter I recall from my youth (this isn't a complement though when my youth was about three decades ago)
1) low budget
2) no voice acting (just screens)
3) poor graphics
4) old school unforgiving play
5) short game
6) multiplayer is adhoc only (no reason to replay)