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|Seller Notes:||“Game is in good working order. Some light scratches. Check Pictures. Ask if you have questions.”|
|Platform:||Sony PlayStation 1||Game Name:||Critical Depth|
|Release Year:||1997||Release date:||31-Oct-97|
|Similar to developer SingleTrac's Twisted Metal series, Critical Depth also features vehicular combat, only this time the vehicles are submarines as the game is set in the ocean. Initially 12 submarines are available to take control of while four more can be unlocked. There is a story mode that has each character searching for a powerful artifact, a free-for-all deathmatch mode, and a battle mode where the objective is to capture pods. Players can team up in the story mode through all 11 levels or battle one another in split-screen action.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||2520|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 1|
|ESRB Rating||T - Teen|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Blood, Animated Violence|
|Number of Players||1-2|
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Fun, easy game
Yeah, OK, it is "Twisted Metal" Underwater, but with the added features of a time limit and the danger of being crushed if you spend too much time below 'critical depth'.You have the option of everyone being on the same team, playing against the bots, or everyone playing for themselves. Either way, all the "Pods" have to be gathered in a short amount of time before you can go on to the next level. The underwater sets are pretty cool, open areas and plenty of cover. Game play pretty much like "Twisted Metal", except in three dimensions instead of two, and the above noted differences. Good for an afternoon's vegging out.More fun with multiple players.
A Great Play Station Treasure
Critical Depth is Twisted Metal with submarines. If that's not enough to draw you in, then how about a crazy group of characters and submarines. The vehicles range from the giant Russian 'Stalingrad' that rams opponents to the tree hugging dolphin craft that fires smaller dolphin torpedoes. I loved this game when it first came out. It's not the most amazing game ever made, but it's a fun dive!