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We have collected 2 reviews of the Men In Black : Alien Crisis. Experts rate Men In Black : Alien Crisis 2.3/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the Men In Black : Alien Crisis and Playstation 3 games.
For the most part, games based on movie licenses aren't very good. Developers usually put them together just for the sake of making a quick buck off of a successful film, as Activision attempted to do last month with the bland Battleship. (And surprise, that movie wasn't really a success.) Now it's at it again, this time with Men In Black: Alien Crisis, a game that tries to tie in with the recently released Men In Black III film. Only difference is, the movie is the only product that manages to entertain. Everything about Men In Black: Alien Crisis has \"rush job” written all over it. You don't even get to play as Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones' Agents in the game. Instead, you're Agent P, a rather bland character who joins the Men In Black on a whim since his career as an archaeologist doesn't take off as expected. Never mind how he got through the hiring process without being neuralized. Anyways, he's paired up with a female counterpart who manages to be even more annoying than he is, and off they go, battling various aliens in an on-rails shooting experience — one that never really picks up the pace in any regard.
The bad old days of movie tie-in games are back. MIB: Alien Crisis is an on-rails third-person shooter that is boring to play and ugly to look at. The musty dialogue fails to reproduce any of the charm of the movie franchise, and you can see everything the game has to offer in the span of an afternoon. This creaky relic of the past retails for full price in the present, making it one of the most shamelessly exploitative games in recent memory. You play as a disgraced archaeologist turned art thief turned man in black, Agent P, who joins the agency after stealing an alien artifact for the villain, the improbably named Emilio Chauncy. Agent P's sardonic attitude is clearly modeled after Agent J (played by Will Smith in the movies), but his attempts at witty irreverence fall flat. The by-the-book female agent you pair up with is a bland foil for jokes about authority and increasingly flirtatious banter, but the hackneyed writing utterly fails to capture the humorous juxtaposition of nonchalance in the face of the bizarre that serves the movies so well. With the hope of humor dashed, you are left to rely on spectacle and gameplay. Alas, Alien Crisis is an unattractive game that would have looked dated years ago. Homely character models waggle their mouth holes during cutscenes, and the barren backgrounds offer precious little distraction.
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