|In 1992 an unknown director named Quentin Tarantino released a film about five
total strangers, teaming up to commit the perfect crime. The heist went wrong,
people were killed and they smelt a rat. This is the premise for one of the most
esteemed and duplicated directorial film debuts of all time. This third person
shooter follows the progress and planning of that famed heist, filling in some of
the blanks left from the film: What happened to Mr. Blue and Mr. Brown? Where did
Mr. Pink hide the diamonds? What actually happened at the heist? Slightly
reminiscent of Hitman, players can either take hostages and kill no one and get
out of the jewelry store, or waste everyone and run the risk of not even making
it out. It features ten shooting levels that will spell out the plot, and six
driving levels. Players will be able to go through the film's soundtrack, with
K-Billy's Super Sounds of the '70s playing on the game's radio station. One very
cool feature that plays on the nature of DVD is that players can go through the
game in a nonlinear fashion. That means that if they want to find out how Mr.
Blonde got to the warehouse, they can jump ahead of the mission that explains
what happened to Mr. Blue.