Revenge is at the core of this shooter!
Kingpin tackles serious ideas and themes; criminal life, a drug infested world, totalitarian regimes and much more, but it does so with humor and with a light heart. And, when it doesn't really look to be smart, it goes about to create a very beautiful, well organized, and always exciting shooting experience, which, while not without its issues, is undoubtedly going to entertain. The first problem that you will bump into, undoubtedly, is the fact that the game features a very problematic AI, that never really offers you the ability to truly enjoy the shooting. It's more of a shooting gallery, and only when events are scripted you get to experience some smarter forces at work within the game. More than anything though, Kingpin: Life of Crime is a great game in terms of content, and if you can look past the troubled AI, you'll find out that this is really a meaty experience. There are interior spaces, exterior ones, different types of missions and there is also trading and a few other ideas that are sprinkled within the game, that keep it playable and fun for a long time. So, have it in your collection, along with XIII, which is like an updated version of Kingpin, also with a very charismatic graphics engine and art style.