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Game Profile

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.


Full Review
Written by John Scalzo on 09/10/04
Faster than you can say "Wabbit Season" comes this review of Eidos' Whiplash.


First Impressions
Written by Andrew Fitch on 09/25/03
If humans aren't going to stand up for human cruelty, animals are ? two animals to be exact, in Eidos' upcoming "bondage" platformer, Whiplash.

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PlayStation 2
Eidos Interactive
Crystal Dynamics
GENRE: Platformer
November 04, 2003

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