With A Set-Up that's ostensibly GTA in a sombrero where you can do back-flips, Total Overdose was largely ignored when first flung into the treacherous waters of gaming.
Forever damned by its GM-lite tag, Total Overdose's interesting melding of the Tony Hawk's point system with Max Payne's third-person in-flight slo-mo kills were largely lost to time immemorial. Did this change the world? Will gamers meet in shadowy corners of the Internet ten years hence to mourn one who delivered so much, yet was so cruelly unappreciated?
Well, no. Not at all really. You see, the good ship GTA dwarves the carjackings and ramp-based silliness of TO to such an extent that all the interesting stuff becomes somewhat lost in the mire. Yes, you're provided with enough Mexican violence and occasional giggles to wile away an hour or two of an evening, but whether you'll actually be able to remember anything notable about it the next day is doubtful in the extreme.
Processor: PC compatible,
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode