Arts, Entertainment, Living
Almost three and a half years have passed since the exclusive Xbox 360 title Crackdown hit our consoles and let’s be honest, most of its sales can be attributed to the fact that it came with a beta of the, at the time, highly anticipated Halo 3. Gamers were happy to pony up the dough for an advanced look at Halo 3 since Crackdown turned out to be a pretty great game.
After it’s release, months went by waiting to hear any semblance of buzz about a sequel to Realtime Worlds’ open-world sandbox title. Then, years later, fans of the original got their wish. So the sequel has to be an improvement on a game that came out almost four years ago, right? You would think so, but Ruffian Games, the new developers, really dropped the ball in this second effort.