Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (PS2) Reviews
Product Type: Atari PS2 games
Description:Manufacturer: Atari / Genre: Puzzle / Max. Number Of Players: 1 / Memory Support: With Memory Support / Release Date: June, 2005
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Customer Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (PS2) Reviews (4)
by - written on 18/07/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Marc Ecko's Getting Up is one of the most stylish and unique games to have ever hit the PS2, and one which will keep you gripped for weeks on end. The premise of the game is simple. You are Coltrane (or Trane), a graffiti artist intent on attacking the totalitarian and oppressive regime which controls his city New Radius. To destroy the regime, Trane tries to show the authorities for what they are through the medium of large-scale graffiti, as part of the SFC (Still Free Crew). On the way to this goal, he has to fight the CCK (Civil Control Keepers) and other rival artists' gangs who want to beat him down. The story is surprisingly well thought-out and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/09, updated on 19/08/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Mark Eckos Getting up Contents Under Pressure is an action game for the Playstation 2. The story of the game is rather basic yet is fair enough, you are Trane a street "artist" start out trying to make a big name for yourself by getting up and how else would you do that but spraying Graffiti tags all over the place! Along the way you will make your own crew, fight against rival graffiti crews and struggle against the Civil Conduct Keepers which are pretty much the police who track down all wrongdoers and graffiti isn't tolerated so they try and get you! It's a pretty silly concept when you think about it but hey, it's a videogame! Getting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/08 (16 readings)
I didnt use to like games like this but when my friend asked me to come around to his house to play it i wasnt really excited , but when i started playing it i understood why he liked it so much from then i spent most of my days playing it. The good thing about Mark Eco, Getting up is when you tag the streets and go over peoples pieces. The good thing about tagging is you can choose the tagged you want to do and you can also pick the colour you want it. When it comes to weapons the fun thing is that you can make a flamethower out of the Spay can aqnd a lighter. Fighting the CCK known as the police is pretty easy but as you go further in the gamne ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/08 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Getting up: contents under pressure is the 2006 graffiti/action game developed by Collective inc. Synopsis The game is split up into roughly two 'halves'. You play as Coltrane 'Trane' Crowley, an amateur graffiti artist intent on 'getting up' , writing his name, over the city of New radius. After getting beat up by the leader of the largest graffiti crew in new radius, the vandals of new radius (VaNr), you become intent on getting revenge. By working your way through a diverse range of missions you slowly begin to make a name for yourself, getting up in the headquarters of the VaNr. In the second half of the game, you set up your own crew, the still ... Read the complete review
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