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As has become the norm, I kept my first reaction to this game short and sweet, as I run through the general level of my feelings for it rather quickly.


While the game shares a lot of basic mechanics with the old-school Deadly Towers, the game is nothing short of a horrid, unforgivable spiritual successor. The difference is that Deadly Towers has charm in spades. It was an average shooter, but it was also a charming average shooter. The same cannot be said for Badland, as its sole purpose is to cash in on a mod that has long since been dead and buried.

Let me preface this by saying the Badland team is actually doing a fantastic job making this game. And I have nothing but respect for what they’re trying to do. So if you want to hear about how I plan to make the game into something great…this isn’t the place. I’ll make my feelings on the game known once I’ve had time to step back and evaluate how I feel about it. But make no mistake, as much as I don’t want it to be, Badland is going to be the game that ends my enjoyment of this genre.

Having just played through the game one more time, I’m sure I’ll come back to this review. For now, however, I won’t be adding any more thoughts other than, “This is the worst game I’ve played in a very long time.” And I don’t just mean that because it’s embarrassing that I’ve been tempted to refer to it as I’ve played it.

It’s that obvious.

I can not say that a certain game has not impressed or charmed me. I’m sure that there are other games that are excellent. But there are also other games that are ugly, tired, stale, and bad.

And Badland is one of the latter. The game is not long enough, the style of play is not fun, and the sense of action is limited to button presses. There’s no intelligence to the feel, despite some pretty neat ideas. So much thought was put into what should have been an uncomplicated and entertaining game. Instead, it’s a joke. The pseudo-realistic physics are more like a shooter version of The Orange Box.

The many problems start with the controls. The controls have a massive and noticeable lag, which makes moving on the screen a challenge, if not an impossibility. Combat is just a


Released: Sep 22, 2005

Duration: 119 min

Actors: Rachel Ward, Jake Johnson

Directors: John Dahl, Roger Donaldson

Writers: Gary McLaren, Ed. Holton

Stars: Liam Neeson, James Gandolfini


Released: May 12, 1973


Released: Jun 17, 2005

Duration: 125 min

Actors: Jake Johnson, Rachel Ward

Directors: John Dahl, Roger Donaldson

Writers: Gary McLaren, Ed. Holton

Stars: Liam Neeson, James Gandolfini

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Released: Aug 15, 2005

Duration: 119 min

Actors: James Gandolfini, Ed Norton, Alison Lohman

Directors: John Dahl, Roger Donaldson

Writers: Ed. Holton, Gary McLaren

Stars: Jake Johnson, Rachel Ward

From the director of Michael Clayton and the hit thriller Death Race comes “Badlands.” James Gandolfini portrays an outlaw in 1973 South Dakota who leads a double life as a priest.

Love me or leave me

A free spirited woman is left devastated after a man cheats on her with a. After struggling to deal with her feelings, she begins to date another man.


Released: May 15, 2000

Duration: 118 min

Actors: Jason Patric, Renee Russo

Directors: James D. Stern

Writers: Joan Rater, William Mosher

Stars: Jason Patric, Renee Russo

Your Lucky Day

A young couple head for a tropical vacation, but as they reach their destination, a nightmare begins to unfold.


Released: Jul 8, 2005

Duration: 117 min

Actors: Phoebe Cates, William B. Davis

Directors: Daniel Attias

Writers: Paul Bowman, Robert Pirini

Stars: Phoebe Cates, William B. Davis

Her Best Friend’s Wedding

What happens when the people you care about most in the world, including your best friend, start putting the moves on you.


Released: Jul 13

April 20, 1973

★★★Badlands—Badlands is a perfectly-structured, evenly-balanced hard-boiled thriller. It’s not always successful (most of the time it is), but this is a better, leaner film than most. The film is also a terribly grim portrait of the American urban environment, and you feel good about adding it to your collection.   Â

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