REVIEW OF THE WEEK
BAO DAI OF HOLLYWOOD
No, I haven't decided to go all Jesus Freaky and write an Easter Sermon SIN and THE WAGES OF SIN are games, computer shoot 'em up role playing games of a bloody and vaguely sexual nature. Since hardly anyone makes games for Macs, and fewer still make good games, I felt these games -- actually a part I and II of the same game, deserved mention, and high praise.
Regardless of who you name the character, he's still "Blade" on the audio, a futuristic, rasta headed muscl.ebound cop with veins to make any junky turn green with envy and a basket to stir up the gay demographic. He's sort of a cop. has lots of bitchin' weapons, and a "helper" fey lottle friend at HQ who, well, helps him in his quest(s) to find and destroy this new drug which turns users into super mutants.
It's the old "They use dope, why not just kill them?" theme.
And despite the fact I contribute heavily to the HRC abd DPF and varius homeless shelters, in this sim ulation it works.
Plus there's a chick with a great bod who masterminded the whole thing.
I've been laying it sonce February... maybe january... sneaking home from work to get in an hur or two... spending nights/mornings to 4 a.m. on weekends, waking up and starting again.
Lots of killing, lots of blood and gore and heads gertting blown apart, all to prevent this mutant army of junkies from taking over the world... or at least the subway system.
And the graphics are great. You can play on line, too. If anyone knows how, let me know... my John Blade can beatyour John Blade 0r at least get his head splatted like an over ripe melon.
Not bad for $19.99.
of course you'll probably go to hell playing it instead of going to church on Easter... but than the gay little helper is called "JC."
You never know.