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Experience for yourself every classic car chase ever seen. Race at breakneck speed through an immense, living city out-running and out-witting rival gang members, mercenaries, hired killers and an entire police force.
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Somehow, Take Two Interactive managed to squeeze the controversial Grand Theft Auto into the tiny confines of a Game Boy cartridge. Unfortunately, most of the elements that made this game fun on other systems were lost in the translation.
The basic premise remains intact: you play the role of a hoodlum trying to work your way up the ladder of crime. This is accomplished by committing hundreds of unsavory acts, from simple carjacking to complex missions assigned by the city's crime lords. Eventually the cops become wise to your evil deeds and hunt you down, which adds an extra layer to the gameplay.
The problems with this conversion are numerous. City streets that should be teeming with traffic are mostly bare. It's difficult even to find a car to steal, and actually driving the ungainly beasts is even harder due to poor turning-radiuses and a terrible control scheme. Die-hard fans of the original might like this, but everyone else should opt for the superior PlayStation or PC versions. --T. Byrl Baker
Chehre aims to make a social commentary on the state of criminal justice in India. The idea at the outset is interesting, but it stops at just that. The film turns out to be a preposterous courtroom drama that feels longer than any longest-running lawsuit.
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