Whiplash (Original Xbox) by Eidos

Whiplash (Xbox) by Eidos Box Art

North Amercian Release Date: November 18, 2003.

Region(s) Released: North America, Europe

High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
System Link Support: No

Average Overall Score:
7.40 / 10

You think you have problems? How would you like to be one of those poor little critters stuck in some testing lab, to be pocked and prodded and god knows what else. Well, here is your opportunity to take on the roll and guide your fury little friends to freedom."

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Whiplash features a shackled animal duo on a mission to escape and sabotage an evil animal product-testing corporation. Providing a groundbreaking approach to the character-based action genre, Whiplash combines a unique "chain" gameplay mechanic with in-depth enemy and environment interaction, rich combat and slapstick humor. The result is an engaging game where player choice triggers an unscripted chain of chaotic, humorous events.


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User Reviews

Score: 74
Overall User Average: 7.50 / 10 (74.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 7.50 / 10
Graphics User Average: 7.50 / 10
Sound User Average: 7.50 / 10
Date reviewed: December 14, 2003.

Overall: Ever wonder how companies test there products such as mascara and hairspray to make sure ther're safe for humans? Well, whiplash answers that question (sorta). Having a very unique and humorous storyline, whiplash will make you laugh and maybe cry :). Having a weasel attached to an INVINCIBLE yes invincible bunny creates trouble. Using him as a weapon, a very unique weapon, spanx and redmond are going to escape the animal testing facility and shut it down for good!
Gameplay: Well, the game actually is pretty long, if you do it the hard way. The game is very interesting. The company is worth about 6 million dollars. As you destroy computers and test equipment the price goes down. Your trying to bankrupt them so this is very cool. But anyways, the control scheme is satisfactory and easy to learn. The key wepon in the game is of coasre your bunny weapon known as redmond. Dip him in sludge, fire even swing with him magnetizes to blue shining balls in the air! Although, replay value is low but hey, you might even love it to beat it more then once. Like me ;)
Graphics: For a 40 dollar game it has really good graphics. Humans actually look like humans with facial features and other things. The animals also look great. But the awsome thing has to be the glass that flies and the look of a machine just totally busting till its black (weird).
Sound: The sound is awsome......for the first 5 hours. After beating and beating redmond against countless foes he starts quacking away about how it hurts and stuff. Often phrases are repeated and it can be anooting. This is the only sound flaw in my opinion. The voices are semi dramatic and funny. The animals yelping is great, the swap of a hamster getting shot out of a hamster cannon into a wall yes a wall. And exploding hamsters (you heard me). WEIRD! yet cool. I also really like the sounds of beating up machinery, boxes, chairs, just about anything you see.
Suggestions: I dont have too much to say, I love the game nice job.

Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 70 %
Graphics: 80 %
Sound: 80 %

Date reviewed: December 1, 2003.

Overall: Ok let's get right down to this, Whiplash is not going to win any awards for graphics or sound. With that being said we can concentrate on what went right in the game, namely the gameplay.

Whiplash emerses you in a world of comedy and wise cracks, but never takes itself seriously. One of the better things I found about this game is that none of the missions were really hard, it was just a light hearted fun game made for a few giggles and some good times.

At one point, there was a time when lots of game developers took this approach towards making games, but sadly that seems to have been lost lately. Now game companies are bringing in Oscar nominated lighting directors (NFS: Underground) and writing super complex story lines that are better than most Sci-Fi movies (Halo). And none of this is a bad thing, I am the first person to tell you that I love graphics, presentation and ambience in a game.

But, that is not to say there is no room for a pure fun game like this anymore. Whiplash delivers in the fun department, and I can honestly say I laughed out loud a few times while playing the game (Press the button get a cookie! Press the button get a cookie! Press the button get a cookie!)

Overall, if your looking for a feel good game and are a fan of platformers in general, then you have found your salvation.
Gameplay: This is where the game truely comes alive, it has been a long time since I have played a BETTER PLAYING platformer than this one. The action moves along good and it is just fun to play. Good job!
Graphics: Decent lighting and shading, horrible textures and the aliasing is bad. But then again it was made to be a comic universe, so we can cut it a lot of slack and give it good marks for pure zaniness.
Sound: Hilarious comments by the rabbit through-out the game, but the things said by both human and animals get old and repitive quite fast. Nice 5.1 score with decent phasing and imaging.
Suggestions: Pretty good game but i guess i just dont like the idea.

Overall: 70 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 70 %
Sound: 70 %

Whiplash News

Whiplash in Stores
Eidos has announced that Whiplash for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox is now widely available at retailers in North America.

Whiplash Hits Stores Nationwide
Check out these new screenshots for Whiplash due out November 19th!!

Whiplash Busts Out of Its Cage and Goes Gold
Whiplash’s two furry fugitives, Spanx and Redmond, have just received gold status.

Whiplash Website Update Extravaganza
There’s no better way to kick off your week than with some tasty goodies from Team Whiplash!

Whiplash Site is Up
Eidos has just announced the launch of their new Whiplash website. Also, while you're looking around sign up for a free t-shirt. So be there or be square!

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