Monday, 8 April 2013

IGI 3 The Mark




IGI 3 The Mark
 are Europe’s last line of defense, tasked to stop a deadly nuclear package before it reaches it’s destination, London. It would be so easy and tempting to describe how bad IGI 3 The Mark is by making some cute remark like, “IGI 3 The Mark is way off IGI 3 The Mark,” or “The lame gameplay is a black mark against IGI 3 The Mark.” However, that takes more effort than this dreary, lackluster shooter from Dream Catcher and T7 Games deserves. Sure, it’s a budget shooter, but that doesn’t excuse the fact that it’s a very bad game. As far as shooters go, IGI 3 The Mark can head toward the bottom of the list.
IGI 3 The Mark wants to be like a Hollywood style buddy movie in this case, a US Marine and a British mercenary who must team up to stop London from being nuked by terrorists. It’s a fairly generic but passable plot device, but the game manages to get everything else wrong. The plot itself is overly contrived and makes no sense. For example, before they nuke London, the terrorists need to kill the marine and his sister because they’re the only people who can identify the missile they plan to use. But wouldn’t the missile be vaporized by the nuclear explosion? There’s also the fact that the bad guy’s father, a gazillionaire, finds out about the plot and wants to stop it. But instead of picking up the phone and calling, say, the British government, he hires a mercenary to protect the marine. Because as long as he’s alive, the terrorists won’t launch their missile because he could identify it!
IGI 3 The Mark isn’t a humorous or fun game in any sense of the words. It’s also a tedious game that taxes your patience and your endurance. When you get down to it, there are simply far too many other shooters that you can spend your money on, and most of those will offer a more enjoyable and fun gameplay experience than IGI 3 The Mark.
Muhammad Niaz System Requirement Button
System= Pentium 4 CPU 1.8 GHz
RAM= 512 MB
Size= 308 MB
Video Memory= 128 MB
OS= Windows XP, 2000, Vista, 7 and Windows 8



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