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Replay – Crackdown

This week on Replay the GI crew takes a look at an open-world game that combines superhero-like movement with manic gunplay. Stick around for the 2nd segment, we dive back into a fan favorite!

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  1. My 360 avatar has never changed from being the headshot of the Crackdown guy since I played it. Bloody good game.

    The sequel isn't BAD bad. It just plays more like bland, middle-of-the-road DLC.

  2. Ultimate Spider-Man is an underappreciated superhero game with really fun mobility as Spider-Man OR Venom. Venom had movement like the Hulk and it was endless fun to just traverse the city as Venom, hopping around and basically playing basketball with your body.

  3. I got this game around my birthday like over 10 years ago when I was at Walmart and I was either going to choose crackdown one or oblivion so I chose crackdown. I actually enjoyed the game and it was the 1st online co-op that I ever played and how I became aware of DLC for better or for worse. And the 1st DLC I ever bought. I played the demo for 2 and I think I enjoyed playing it but was just not interested in buying it and I'm not really interested in 3 either

  4. Ben,

    "Symbology? Now that Duffy has relinquished his "King Bonehead" crown, I see we have an heir to the throne! I'm sure the word you were looking for was "symbolism." What is the ssss-himbolism there?"

  5. I might be the only person in the world who is buying an Xbox One solely for Crackdown 3. Loved this game. I actually bought it for the game itself, not the Halo 3 beta; I remember Major Nelson really selling me on it. Its progression system is simple but still one of my favorites and it really makes you feel like a superhero by the end (even more than Infamous does).

  6. i hope the progression system isn't to fast in crackdown 3 because in crackdown 1 part of what made it fun was working your way up each criminal empire and their respective difficulties while also trying to push you're character as far as you could each stage of his development.

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