Radical intent makes uninspiring gameplay worthwhile



By Ben Cowles
AS LINCOLN CLAY, a mixed-race Vietnam veteran-cum-mobster, I sneak past the “No Coloreds” sign out front and into the back kitchen of a redneck bar.
Leaning on a table is a low-ranking drug pusher for Sal Marcano, the capo di tutti capi of the New Bordeaux mafia and the man who brutally killed my adopted family.
I sneak up behind him, put a vicious blade to his trembling throat and demand to know the whereabouts of Doug “Hatchet” Marchetti, a goon higher up in the mob’s chain of command.
As this nefarious business goes down, a patron in the bar witnesses everything and calls... read more

 
20 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 34
Source: Morning Star
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