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As we wind our way through this thing called life, we seek out answers for those questions that gnaw away at our collective subconscious. Why are we here? Is there a god? Is there a whole gaggle of gods, each with a bad attitude and a bunch of mini-gods orbiting around them like little satellites? Why is Paris Hilton in the news…ever? How is it that some games are allowed to reproduce?
Marine Sharpshooter 3 is the like-minded grandchild of a first person shooter released back in 2003 called, not surprisingly, Marine Sharpshooter. What is surprising is that version number 3 exists at all.
When the original appeared on the scene four years ago, it received a slightly less than lukewarm reception. It was regarded as repetitious and more than a little problematic, and a bit behind the times even for its low-cost “budget” stature. When Marine Sharpshooter 2 emerged approximately a year later, it was seen as marginally superior to the first but certainly not worthy of sincere recommendation.Three years have since passed, more than enough time to modernize the game and perhaps deal with its shortcomings. Yet developer/publisher Groove Games has opted instead to stick with what didn’t work the first two times and foist upon the innocent public a retro blast from the past, a retread, a reasonable facsimile of the original that now appears even less capable because we’re now four years into the future.
Yet there’s clearly a method to the madness. There’s a claim right on the box that the Marine Sharpshooter series has sold more than a million (yes, a million) copies. If this is true, and we can only presume it is, what does it mean? It means gamers like to shoot stuff and particularly like to snipe stuff—so much so that they’ll grab virtually anything that allows them to do just that. It proves that budget games, at half the price of regular fare, have a formidable audience. And it proves that the same game can essentially be re-released over and over again, keeping things fresh only by updating the locale and the enemy.
Marine Sharpshooter 4
Marine Sharpshooter 4 System Requirements
OS: Windows 2000/XP
CPU: Pentium 4 or AMD 2GHz Processor
RAM: 256MB RAM
Free Disk Space: 1.5GB Hard Disk Space
Video Card: 128MB ATi Radeon 9600 or nVidia GeForce 4 Ti class Video Card