Pro: You can kill zombies with a lawn mower, which eventually clogs. Then you can pick the mower up and beat them with it. When that breaks, you can beat them into submission with things like park benches, and TVs, or slice them with chainsaws and tree pruners. Some items can be heated, like a frying pan, then used to burn the zombies into submission.
Con: Who cares, you can run zombies over with a lawn mower.
Pro: The occasional zombie becomes a "twitcher" and need to be killed again.
Con: A friggin industrial push mower. There's a grinding noise and they zombies are pulled under the deck.
Equivalency Rating: Like Christmas morning, when you were seven and opened up the Lego Monorail set.
Perfect Dark: Zero
Pro: It's a pretty decent FPS with lots of weapon options and multiplayer games.
Con: I can't aim for shit.
Pro: The Cover feature makes fighting from behind objects easy and fun.
Con: The lock picking tool has no use except to delay you from getting into a door.
Equivalency Rating: Like a free sample of Tide detergent in your mailbox.
Uno: The Video Game
Pro: It doesn't look too bad graphically.
Con: What the hell is a challenge? I kept getting down to one card, then I'd get challenged and end up with three more cards. I'm deleting this game as soon as I get home.
Pro: I don't know. Uh, how about the fact that no animals were harmed in the making of this game?
Con: I don't know who's ruleset they used, but I've never even heard of some of the crap the computer pulled. For example: A Draw Four card means that you end up with eight cards. Welcome to Crazyland, Population: Uno.
Equivalency Rating: Like getting molested at camp during fifth grade. It was confusing and made me want to block the entire experience from my memory. Uno, that is.
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