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Ice Nine (video game)

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Engine  Southpaw
Developer  Torus Games
Genre  First-person shooter
Initial release date  28 February 2005
Publisher  BAM! Entertainment
Platform  Game Boy Advance
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Release date(s)  NA: February 28, 2005 EU: March 2005
Modes  Single-player video game, Multiplayer video game
Similar  BAM! Entertainment games, First-person shooter games

Ice Nine is a first-person shooter video game for the Game Boy Advance. It was one of the final first-person shooters on the console. It was originally going to be a tie-in with the film The Recruit. However, this fell through, but the plot of the game remains unchanged. There was also a planned PlayStation 2 port, but it was canceled at some point in development.

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Plot

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The plot of Ice Nine is similar to the film The Recruit on which it was previously based. The player takes control of the recruit Tom Carter on a mission to stop an evil plot to steal the diabolical computer virus "Ice Nine". Over the course of the game, Carter unravels a conspiracy within the CIA.

Reception

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Ice Nine was met with lukewarm reviews. It was praised for its above-average graphics and music, but criticized for its boring level design in comparison with earlier shooters such as Ecks vs. Sever. It currently has a 44% overall average on GameRankings.

References

Ice Nine (video game) Wikipedia


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