Blistering gameplay that features
heavy shooting action, stunning graphics that explode off your screen,
and the ground breaking sniper mode easily makes MDK one of the most revolutionary
Exclusive features for the Playstation game console include never before seen secret arenas, a pumped up CD soundtrack and full blown support for the new analog control pad.
Blast through over 60 alien packed arenas using staggering weapons of destruction like the super chain gun, the world's smallest nuclear bomb, tornadoes, super hand grenades and a high tech reusable parachute.
Fast and furious gameplay includes running, free falling, snow boarding and paragliding
Full 3-D environment allows 360 degree freedom of movement
technology so cool and
action so... realistic that
it will send everything
else running for cover"
|"The ability to zoom
in from a mile away
within the sniper mode
|"One of the most innova-
tive games ever created."
|"This is one game that
no Playstation owner
will want to miss."
While playing, pause the game and press
Down, L1, Up, Square, Start, Start, Circle,
Triangle, Triangle, Circle, Right, Up, Left,
L1, Square. Unpause the game to enable the
At the title screen press Left, Circle,
Triangle, Up, Square.
Maybe it's the stylization, the personality, the
humor that makes the game unique. Really,
the mindless shooting has been done so
many times before, but injecting surreal
concepts certainly adds a whole lot to the
game. The World's Smallest Nuclear
Explosion, now there's a unique power-up, a
funny one, too.
But the level design is something that
separates itself from the first-person shooters. Each has been laid out in a
straightforward, point-a-to-b design that eliminates the trademark "where the
heck is that exit" syndrome, an annoying factor in corridor games that leaves
the gamer searching every nook and cranny in the game.
Many levels require platform hopping to reach certain heights. Due to a
possible oversight, unfortunately, the fact that the character doesn't cast a
shadow when he's in the air makes the controls a little too dependent on
guesswork. And while the "zoom into the target" scoping feature is really
slick, using it leaves the character open to attacks.
MDK originally hit the PC a few months back, and the PlayStation version
an excellent conversion. Truthfully, we didn't think to much of the title when
shown in early form, but the developers really pushed to get this title on par
with the gorgeous PC version. Tomb Raider 2 will most likely steal the game's
thunder when its released, so give MDK a go before it gets lost on the