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    Gangland لعبة تمثل الحياة في المدن العنيفة مشوقة جدا رغم عدم احتياجها الى مكونات جهاز متقدم

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    تاريخ التسجيل : 20/12/2009

    Gangland لعبة تمثل الحياة في المدن العنيفة مشوقة جدا رغم عدم احتياجها الى مكونات جهاز متقدم

    مُساهمة  يوسف في الإثنين ديسمبر 21, 2009 5:58 pm

    Gangland





    Gangland, the long anticipated RTS from Whiptail Interactive,
    is finally seeing release. The game promised a huge, open-ended game
    universe, action-oriented RTS gameplay and the ability to control many
    aspects of the Mafioso universe. However, the game falls short of the
    mark and many flaws prevent the game from living up to its potential.
    The games take on the “gangster game subgenre is appreciated,
    although there are better offerings (as well as better RTS games).
    Gangland puts you in the shoes of Mario Mangano, an immigrant from
    Sicily on a mission of revenge. It seems that three of your brothers
    murdered a fourth and then fled to Paradise City to make their mark on the crime underworld. You come to Paradise City to work under your uncle Vincenzo, find and kill your murderous brothers and build up your own criminal empire.

    The first missions in the game are pretty standard RTS fare. In the first mission, you gain control of Mario and another henchman as you go
    around and collect extortion money from nearby businesses. These
    missions are randomly eventful, as sometimes you can complete these
    without a hitch and other times the thugs at the businesses will open
    fire on you, forcing you to kill them off. As the game progresses, you
    gain the ability to hire more and more henchmen, thus giving you a
    source of troops to complete the more intense missionsin the game (as
    in when you have to kill off other mob bosses and so forth). The
    missions get harder and more complex as the game moves along, often
    requiring you to use resources like cars in order to complete them.
    Eventually, as you begin to gain control of the mob and its resources,
    the game will take more of a shift to the simulation aspects, requiring
    you to run your mob as you would any business, by taking over other
    businesses. In another strange gameplay twist, you can get a wife and
    have children (who can then go on to work in your business as they grow
    up).

    In theory, Gangland’s blend of RTS, action and simulation
    should make for a pretty compelling game. However, there are too many
    issues to be overlooked. The difficulty level is far too unbalanced,
    thrusting you into mob boss fights and very tough missions a bit too
    earlyin the game . All of the different game elements aren’t
    very balanced and things (like setting up your own mob family, taking
    on a wife, etc.) become more of nuisance then a real help to your
    situation.

    The combat system is also a bit of a pain. The firefights are fast and
    frantic, but can also be a little frustrating since you often cannot
    move your henchmen to proper coverage to keep them out of the line of fire
    fast enough. The police AI is also pretty erratic, sometimes attacking
    you for no reason and other times letting you be, making it a very
    annoying element of the gun battles. Another problem is the lack of a
    save feature within the missions. While a patch is in the works to
    address this issue, as it stands at the moment, you can only save the
    game between missions.

    The graphics in Gangland are pretty impressive, and contain the level of detail and polish that the gameplay really needed to shine. Paradise City
    is a huge place, and the level of detail in the city is excellent. The
    characters are well animated, and although not terribly detailed are
    still comparable to similar titles in the genre like WarCraft III.

    The sound in Gangland is a bit of a hit and miss. There is some
    limited voice acting, which is well done for the most part. The music
    however is a strange blend of rock and techno and seems out of place in
    a mobster game.

    Gangland had a lot going for it. However, the end product fell short of
    expectations and ended up having too many glaring flaws to be a truly
    great game. If you are looking for a great mafia game on the PC, well,
    get Mafia. However, if you’ve already played through Mafia and
    would like to try an RTS/action/sim hybrid set in a huge mafia
    universe, thenGangland is your safest (and only) bet.



    Minimum System Requirements

    System:
    600MHz P3 or Athlon or equivalent
    RAM:
    128 MB
    Video Memory:
    32 MB
    Hard Drive Space:
    1000 MB
    Other:
    56K modem for online

    Recommended System Requirements

    System:
    1.1GHz P4 or Athlon or equivalent
    RAM:
    512 MB
    Video Memory:
    64 MB
    Hard Drive Space:
    1000 M
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