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White Gold - Review @ PC Gamer

by Dhruin, 2011-03-22 21:58:16

PC Gamer follows up their Precursors review with a short review of White Gold. It fairs a little better at 59% but bugs apparently still go the better of them:

“Zombies? That’s ridiculous. It was giant cougars that killed him.” That’s my CIA handler. The one who’s supposed to be keeping a cool head in the midst of anarchy. The one I’m relying on to help me with my mission, to stop the flow of poisonous cocaine out of Colombia that’s killing rappers and starlets. The record company hired me, you see.

White Gold is about as close to an open-world RPG as it is to an FPS. You level up, have an inventory to manage, and upgrade your equipment with brightly coloured boxes. You have standings with each faction, which raise and lower depending on how many of their opposition you kill. In theory, that’s how it all works.

Source: Blues News

Information about

White Gold

SP/MP: Single-player
Setting: Modern
Genre: Shooter-RPG
Platform: PC
Release: Released