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Chicago 1930 (PC)

Chicago 1930 (PC)
alaScore 76

19 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Chicago 1930 (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 19 reviews)

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Chicago 1930 - PC review at Thunderbolt Games

 

We live in an age these days where violence plays a big part in our lives. Some argue that crimes have rocketed through the roof, whilst others blame the media for reporting more incidents. Just think of it; how many times during the day have you...

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Chicago 1930- PC

 

Despite their brutality and atrocities, there sees to be a never ending attraction for books, films and games based on gangsters and the mafia. Whilst you could probably reel off a long line of successful gangster films the same can not be said for...

If you're a fan of the Commandos style games it's virtually assured you're going to appreciate what Chicago 1930 has to offer. The lack of a multiplayer element is a shame though as it would have provided more replay value and most games of this nature...

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Chicago 1930 Review

 

Thanks to the prohibition of alcohol, the streets of Chicago have been turned into a criminal haven, allowing gangs to completely take over the streets with their underground breweries, bars, casinos, brothels and nightclubs. All gang warfare is...

I have to admit I would have thoroughly enjoyed Chicago 1930, if it wasn't for all the bugs. The control system was hard enough to get used to, but that usually gets easier the more you play right? Well not in Chicago since progress meant more complex...

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Chicago 1930

 

A good Idea Impliemented badly

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Chicago 1930

 

1930s Chicago was a city gripped by prohibition. The only way you could get a drink was by frequenting a Mafia-run speakeasy, or brewing some of your own illegal moonshine. Today in the UK it couldn't be more different, with anyone over 12 years old...

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