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As D-Tritus, a robot assembled from junkyard parts, players will navigate the dangerous robot-inhabited city of Chimera on the remote, scrap-planet known as Scrapland. D-Tritus can engage his enemies on foot, in customizable gunships, or even take over other robots to make use of their unique abilities.

The Review:
Scrapland is a very well created game and also enjoyable at the same time. You start out as a visitor to a world of scrap that many years ago turned itself into an inhabitance of robots. As you are exploring you are given opportunities to get jobs, make money, and buy Gun ships to use in a wide variety of ways.

The detail put into every aspect of this game is VERY well done. I think the fictional world is incredible in allowing you to maneuver your vehicle not only 360 horizontally but also 360 vertically in a split second response. I also liked the fact that you can find certain stations that allow you to turn yourself into a number of the different characters, with different abilities and access to different areas of the map.

The movement was an odd jump from styles like Medal of Honor or Call of Duty, but after a few minutes I did get used to it. There were no problems during the installation or introduction to the game. What I did not like about the game were the cinematic's. They were very well done except for the fact they were very choppy, and had a lot of glitches. And running a Sapphire Radeon 9600 Pro, I have had no problems with cinematic’s from other games. Also I did not like that the installation and play CD’s did not come in jewel cases but instead paper slips.

Review ID Number: 29
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Review Date: 2004-12-04
Reviewer: Alex Moulton
Rating: 8 out of 10
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