6 April 2010 | chazcvampyre
Quite possibly one of the most under rated games
Before you play Boiling Point: Road To Hell, A couple things you should know.
The game has really frustrating control glitches. For instance while driving the vehicle will take a little time like 1 second. To respond to your command to turn. On some dirt roads your vehicle will get stuck for no reason (NOTE 1). Also when moving around a area for the first time. Just moving your view in circles lags the gameplay(NOTE 2). When entering building and seeing a person that is supposed to be sitting down. He will be standing with his legs through the chair(NOTE 3). Anyway on with the review.
First of all the reason I gave this game a 8 out of 10. Is because the game's graphics are pretty amazing and the gameplay world response to your character is amazing.
The game starts you off in Latin south America. Where everybody you talk to will refer to you as Gringo (White Male). You will Be in a world where nobody hates you at first and nobody particularly likes you at first either. You can win over each faction by certain actions. I will leave it up to you to figure out the ways. The game is by far truly under rated. Despite the few glitches that I mentioned. You can easily get used to those. I found myself for the most part controlling the vehicles with no problem. The game also has one of the most amazingly complex themes I have ever heard that was made specially for the game. It plays while installing the game and if you really love music and love complexity in your music. You will want to install the game again and again. The rest of the judgment I will leave up to you. It is really worth the playing.
NOTE 1: (I solved this by shooting out one of the tires, Thus the vehicle moves sideways a hair and you are unstuck. The reason I took the time to figure this out is when you are far away from a city or main road. The vehicle you have is really essential to getting around. Otherwise you have a really really long walk on your hands.) NOTE 2: (It only does this once per area per game load) NOTE 3: (Talk to them and they will sit down)