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WHIPLASH (XBOX)

WHIPLASH (XBOX)

WHIPLASH (XBOX)

  • Utilize Redmond to chain whip attackers, as a grappling hook to swing over hazards, or to helicopter to areas unreachable by foot
  • Battle a band of baddies including a giant-syringe toting doctor, an unsanitary surgeon, crooked rent-a-cops, vicious guard dogs and of course, the corrupt CEO
  • Free other caged animals that are being used to test new consumer products such as the Self-Operating Table and Hair-Go Hair Removal Kit
  • Wreak havoc on the compound by demolishing everything in your path ultimately driving the shady corporation into bankruptcy
  • Destroy security cameras, sneak around laser sensors, and access areas unattainable by humans to avoid detection by the ruthless security personal

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Bash evil scientists upside the head with a bunny as Spanx and Redmond avenge their imprisonment as animal test subjects.

List Price: $ 9.99

Price: $ 14.95

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3 Responses to “WHIPLASH (XBOX)”

  1. 11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    wild, crazy and really fun, January 19, 2004
    By A Customer
    This review is from: WHIPLASH (XBOX) (Video Game)

    Jak 2? Ratchet and Clank? Do they have a crazed weasel chained to an indestructible bunny bestowing havoc on an evil animal testing corporation? I think not, but Whiplash! certainly does.

    So you’ve just been set loose in an animal testing facility after three long years of experiments, the catch is your a weasel and you have a loud mouthed bunny chained to you. What do you do? Well you destroy everything in sight! Scientists, security guards, and hazmat hunters in your way? No problem just start swinging around that bunny and presto problem solved. What better way to get back at the corporation that performed countless experiments on you? Destroy EVERYTHING! Sending them into bankruptcy and freeing lots of other animals. Just to add to the fun, a lot of the freed animals help you by attacking their
    former captors. There is just something fun about beating people and the surroundings silly with a rabbit, that keeps it from ever getting old or repetitive.

    The graphics are well done, by keeping a cartoony feel to the game. The animations are also very nice, and the attack animations never cease to bring a smile to my face. The sound effects are top notch, as you can hear every footstep of the maniacal weasel exploring and destroy the facility. It even has a neat background musical score, complete with ‘real’ elevator music. While the visual and audio effects are not especially stunning, they do compliment the humor and fun of the game fantastically.

    What really makes this game great, is it is hilarious. The cinematics are at times hysterical. Many times I found myself extremely excited to trigger another cinematic, because I couldn’t wait to find out what zany humor would come up next. Redmond’s (the rabbit) wise cracks throughout the game are always entertaining, and they did a good job of not being too repetitive.

    The gameplay is excellent, mainly because breaking things with a weasel and a rabbit never gets old. It’s also very cool using the rabbit in very interesting ways (there’s a couple instances involving a toilet!) to solve puzzles and progress through the game. Basically the bunny is quite an amazing creature, that is constantly tormented by the psychotic weasel in their desperate attempt to escape.

    Overall, an excellent choice for purchase. There isn’t another game out there like this one. So if you like to be entertained by slightly zany humor, and the idea of causing mayhem with two very unlikely heroes interests you, pick this game up.

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  2. 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Huge WASTE of time!, April 26, 2004
    By 
    M. Hagan (Wellington, FL USA) –
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    This review is from: WHIPLASH (XBOX) (Video Game)

    What a waste of time this garbage ended up being. Mildly amusing for about 50% of the game- then it becomes a chore as you have to back track through 90% of the game to find areas that were previously unreachable. But the one that will KILL you is this horrible platforming level that you MUST complete to achieve the final security key- and it’s clear that the game developers had no plans for you to ever complete it. It has everything bad going for it- so if you want to play a game 75% of the way through only to hit a monumental wall- then this game is for you- for all of the rest of you- don’t waste your time!

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  3. 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    “Thrill ride!” “Taking the word extreme to new depths!”, December 17, 2003
    By 
    ggg (CA) –

    This review is from: WHIPLASH (XBOX) (Video Game)

    I’m going to have to echo the previous review, the humor in this game is really the main attraction. There aren’t nearly enough games with a real sense of humor like this one. The characters are entertaining and there’s lots of subtle humor throughout the game. And the idea of being able to smash EVERYTHING in sight is nefariously appealing! Just counting the dollars down, finding the most expensive items to demolish while you make your way through the building’s various departments. There’s a wide variety of different types of areas and gameplay elements put together in a novel way. While certainly not an epic tale, Whiplash is one of the most entertaining games I’ve played in a long time for sheer comedic value. All in all, I’d say it’s worth checking out!

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