Of all the weird and wacky crimes committed by North Korean despot Kim Jong Il, some of the weirdest and wackiest were the kidnappings of Japanese civilians for such disparate duties as training spies and making movies. Still, that was a pretty good scheme, at least for an evil dictator, because nobody would willingly sign up for a tour of duty in Pyongyang. It's also a tactic that developer Jarhead Games (known for such straight-to-Wal-Mart classics as World War II Sniper: Call to Victory) might want to adopt for DMZ: North Korea, because nobody would willingly play this horrible third-person shooter.
You would think that a covert mission beyond the Korean DMZ might be a bit more, um, covert?
There are so many awful things to discuss here that it's hard to decide where to start. But let's begin with the plot, which is B-movie absurdity at its finest. Whoever came up with this saga about an American commando waging a one-man war against North Korea hasn't opened a newspaper in a few years, as the story deals with discovering whether or not the nation has an "under the radar" nuclear-weapons program under way. Yeah, you really need to send in the troops to find that out.
"DMZ: North Korea" Features:
- 3rd person view for maximum immersion in the gaming environment.
- 10 detailed open maps where the payer can decide what objectives to achieve and in what order.
- It has a very unique story line, which is very unrealistic, but certainly is imaginative
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