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Wheelman without a car? [PC Review]

  • Apr 27, 2010
 Wheelman is a very fast paced game which is some times way to fast paced and hard to control. I enjoy how the physics work but... only sometimes the problem with the physics is that they where trying it seem way to much like a movie so you would fly though the air in slow motion and and to looked way to heavy, and some times when you get hit by a car even when its going slow it makes you go into a rag doll sate which is nice some times but when the car is moving slow you just collapse under the car that hit you which gets annoying when your trying to run away from the police and they are in there cars and they hit you. 

OK time for the reasons why2play

1. its a very fun driving game

2. you car air jack :)

3. its like a grand theft auto clone but its only rated T

4. if you like movies and video games then you'll love this

reasons whynot2play

1. very very very fast paced


if you have a computer with a descent graphics card then i suggest you get this game.

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 Wheelman is a driving game developed by Midway Studios - Newcastle and published by Ubisoft and Midway Games for the PlayStation 3Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows.


The game is set in an open world modeled after Barcelona, full of destructible objects, alleyways, shortcuts through office blocks and a total of 31 story missions and 105 side missions. While most missions are driving-oriented there are also foot missions which are played from a third person and incorporated a crouching system similar to the one used in Goldeneye. A wide variety of guns is preserved for the player including pistols to RPG's.

Among the vehicles used by Milo Burik in the game is the Pontiac G8,[2] shown in released trailers for Wheelman. Reports[3] also indicated that the Opel Astra is a drivable vehicle. In the demo, his license plate says MRTL KM8T which is a reference to Mortal Kombat, Midway's popular fighting game.


The protagonist, Milo Burik (a digitized Vin Diesel), is an undercover agent whose assignment is to work along with a gang in Barcelona planning the biggest heist of their career.


The video game Wheelman was first announced in February 2006 by publisher Midway Games as the second of three titles in a joint collaboration between Midway and MTV Networks.[4] Midway Games collaborated ...

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