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Grand Theft Hacker: pretty mediocre driving game meets pretty mediocre shooter with "hacking" tacked on for good measure. A decidedly C-level entry from Ubisoft, which usually does better, this feels like a game cobbled together from unused bits and pieces sitting around the studio. Easily the most pointless and bland thing I've played in years. There were a couple of times it threatened to become interesting, but not for long.
posted by EmperorVinci (BLUEFIELD, WV) Oct 19, 2014
Member since Oct 2014
Great great game. Story was fresh compared to other titles. Gameplay gets dull after most of the missions are done then the city feels a tad smaller after being everywhere.
Overall its worth it to play (maybe buy) but lacks longevity.
I agree with professional reviewers that this game has been outrageously over-hyped, but it's actually not as terrible as it's being portrayed to be. For starters, right off the bat, you'll notice that the driving in this game is just awful, but you'll eventually get used to it and won't even be able to notice it. The graphics aren't that bad either. The story is kinda boring, and there's way too much for any one person to try to do. I don't think anybody should pay full price for this game. Even though it's not that bad, you'll end up disappointed.