Wednesday, July 22, 2009

NES Review #14: The Untouchables

The Untouchables is based on the 1987 film by Brian De Palma and works to correspond to the movie's plot outline. In 1920s Chicago, Eliot Ness and his crew of law enforcement professionals are determined to bring down Al Capone and his boys.

The game features 7 levels of action named The Street, The Warehouse, The Bridge, The Alleys, The Train station, The Hostage, and The Rooftop.

If you want to get an idea of how the game plays, think of the recent Godfather game, but without all the fancy graphics and corporate tie-ins.

Let's put it this way...if they can make a video game out of the movie Juno, then one for the Untouchables isn't so far fetched.

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