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Sometimes, a unique game comes along for the PC that was designed by a small developer with the grandest of visions – games like Gothic, Arcanum, and Vampire – The Masquerade: Bloodlines. Frequently, these games deliver a lot of quality content and some excellent, unique gameplay mechanics. They are also often plagued with bugs and other holes that show just how much the developer was stretched to make such a unique title. Boiling Point: The Road to Hell falls firmly into that group, but it is n...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Lately, many games have began to adopt the whole Sand Box Theory, that all games with freedom do well on the market. I mean, with so many good examples as Morrowind and GTA, who could fail? Well Deep Shadows tried making one of those sand box games, and they spat out this game called "Boiling Point". This game attempts to take the gritty South American drug lord thing and combine it with a freedom that would drive Michael Moore nuts. Through the games gameplay, sound, and graphics it attempts to...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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