Today we look at a game that was available on the Playstation 1 that was welcomed with a lot of negative reviews. Kileak: The DNA Imperative, was released in 1995 and was developed by Genki and published by Sony Entertainment. The game is focussed around Matt Coda who is the team leader of the Peacekeeping Force’s White Lightning Team and he is on a mission to stop scientist Dr Kim from doing unethical genetic engineering research.
The computer game is single player and is also a first person shooter game where you have to make your way around the South Pole observation base to try and hunt down Dr Kim. In the game you must go through the floors of the base by finding the elevators and on each floor you have to find key cards by solving a number of puzzles.
Throughout the game you will come across a number of enemies and to fight them you can get your hands on a number of weapons including a machine gun, rocket launcher and even a laser gun. You die in the game if you get too much damage to your suit or you run out of power.
The game has received a lot of reviews, predominantly negative and it was criticized for the gameplay being unispired and ‘shallow’. Even though there was mixed reviews it was also praised for it’s 3D graphics.