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DOS Games > Arcade Action > R > Rapanui for DOS

Rapanui

Genre: Arcade    |     Year: 1998    |     Publisher: Prism Leisure    |     Developer: Midas Interactive
Game Review (written by Dstag) Added on: 02/03/2007
There are many games out there that people consider to be "awesome games". People play the game once and they think "oh this is the greatest game I've ever played". Then, after playing that game a few more times they realize that the game is not very good; sure there was some substance there, but it really wasn't a very good game once you started playing it more and more and more.
The reason for this lack of excitement in games is because there isn't any substance to these games on a count of depth in the games.
However, with the game Rapanui, things are very different. Rapanui is a game that finally gives games a challenge and some actual substance. This game lets people see what gaming is all about, with the awesome graphics, and sweet plot that goes into this game.
One thing I really liked about the game is the political undertones in the game. They may be hard for some people to see, but I saw them. This game is a game that shows what America is trying to do in the Middle Eastern region of the world. It displays the hidden agenda of the Bush administration with clever and catchy underlying themes thought out the whole game.
In addition to the political undertones, the game
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also displays some of the best characters I've ever witnessed in a video game. One may believe that the characters in a simple video game are not always the best type of characters and that they would have no substance, but these characters actually do, much to my surprise.
Overall, I think that this is a game that is grossly underrated. This game actually presents a challenge to the hardcore gamer, but can also be enjoyed by even the most novice video gamers.
 
 
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Mihai (02/22/2008)
Good game. Simple and fun. This game is good for any age.
 
 
Nicu giurgea (01/05/2008)
This is a great game full of fun and never ends. The graphics are pretty nicely!
 
 
Chitsu (07/09/2007)
This is a breakout game with many levels and some cool sound effects. It has a good balance of playability and difficulty. Great game. It is full of fun that never ends. The graphics are pretty nice.
 
 
Softwon1 (01/29/2007)
Great Game
 
 
Rickmaney (01/04/2007)
This game is very nice and it is full of fun that never ends, also the graphics are pretty nicely well done in this game.
 
 
Preda ioan (07/05/2006)
This is a very nice game.

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