Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza Pro Reviews

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Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza Reviews

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GameGuru Mania 50% May 10 '02
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TechnicalGeek.com 68% Feb 19 '03
Adrenaline Vault 2.5/5 Jun 07 '02
Electric Playground 6/10 Apr 24 '02
EuroGamer 3/10 May 21 '02
Game Over 81% Apr 24 '02
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Gamepen 2.5/5 Jul 01 '02
GamesDomain 2/5 May 01 '02
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GameSpot 5.7/10 Apr 23 '02
Gamespy 69/100 May 12 '02
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Gamitopia 60% Apr 30 '02
IGN PC 5.5/10 May 07 '02
SLCentral 7.5/10 Jun 25 '02
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"Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza is a straight vanilla shooter. It does many things well, many things not so well, but nothing exceptionally; the license doesn't help at all, especially if you've seen the movie. Instead of being just another average shooter, it becomes just another average shooter that is also highly predictable."
"Fans of the movie or those who want a good single-player shootout will have their fun, but don't expect the thrills of a more high-profile shooter."
"Die Hard : Nakatomi Plaza could have been a great game, had it been given the attention it deserves by the right people. Unfortunately this just stinks of a cash-in without any consideration of how to make a decent game out of the license. The whole affair is cheap and the production values are so woefully substandard it's a wonder it was ever released at all."
"First Person Shooter or Action fans will definitely do themselves a disservice to not pick this game up, but other players would definitely do their computer, and their game libraries, well to add this to their collection."
"Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza is simply a sub-par first-person shooter. Their first mistake was using a 14-year old movie and not the voice talent that made it popular. From there, it was all downhill."