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American McGee Presents Scrapland (PC)

American McGee Presents Scrapland (PC)
alaScore 78

7 reviews

Apr, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay, but there are some mixed opinions about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the American McGee Presents Scrapland (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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American McGee Presents Bad Day LA (PC)

 

Murphy's Law--the assertion that if something can go wrong, it will--is in full effect in Bad Day LA. Taking place in modern-day Los Angeles, the game sees the city plunge into chaos as it's plagued by terrorist attacks, earthquakes, meteor showers,...

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American McGee Presents Bad Day L.A. PC Review

 

The video game industry has a timeline that spans over 35 years, and every last person has enjoyed something it's put out at one time or another. Most of the time people look forward to headers, the spotlights that really gleam, possibly finding a gem...

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Every weapon select or menu option is preceded by a shotgun sound; visually, it simply looks half-assed; cars will float/fly when they explode, and the tires don't spin no matter what the situation; textures will change randomly; so-called...

Let's start with the quote, cell-shaded graphics, end-quote. Any creation of American McGee's mind should be outlawed, punishable by eyeball removal. This name should not be on a game, this name does not have the title, the presence, the insight, the...

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American McGee Presents: Scrapland Review

 

Stylish graphics wrapped around an innovative premise.

I liked it, it has a more cartoonish feel to it that I enjoy in some games, this one in particular. The bright, solid graphics pushed me to keep playing just to see new locations and by then I was immersed in the game's conspiracy. You couldn't do...

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American McGee Presents Scrapland

 

There's less to Scrapland than meets the eye, but while this would-be GTA-in-space doesn't live up to its potential, it still has some neat features.

Some amazing visuals; fast-paced aerial combat

Bad writing and voiceovers; ridiculous repetition and busywork

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American McGee Presents Scrapland - PC Game Reviews - The Armchair Empire

 

A review of Scrapland for the PC.

Some GTA elements ; Explosive gameplay , Good character models, Beautiful environments, Overall, a good story , Transformations are cool, There are space ships to ride in

Does get repetitive, Some missions seem longer than they should, Even though the story is good, it could've been better, Traveling can be a little boring

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American McGees Scrapland

 

When American McGee added his own magic to the classic story of Alice in Wonderland, American McGee's “Alice” was an instant hit. So it was a surprise to us that we have had to wait this long for a worthy contender to the throne. This time under the...

Great Humor ; Free Form

Even better on Xbox

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