Summary: This game is one of the most original fps games, and while not the best fps, it is a needed breath of fresh air for the genre. I would have loved to see a Giest 2, theirs really not anything like it (as far as i know) I wouldn't recommend this to someone looking for another cod or halo (though why you`d be looking at old game cube games for that, i don't know) This is probably one of those games youll ether love or hate.
Summary: a great game, for 4 bucks it is an awesome value, the story is great, but the game it self is less do what you want as i thought it should. in one level you need to scare a chef, and you have certain things that you need to do to scare him, you cant change the water that hes washing the dishes with into blood, but instead blow smoke over his head.
Summary: This game is great it stands out from the rest of the FPS out there on the market. This game has a great story at least i think so, you start off as a solider and later get captured in the beginning of the game. The enemy you go against are doing creepy science projects and decide to use you for one of their projects. They put you in a machine where they separate your body and soul.
Summary: Geist is a great game for its genre. It is a very playable game, with a nice challenge every once in a while. You have the choice of many characters to help you with different stages in the game. A cool thing about that is that different soldiers sometimes have different weapons, which could help you...or not. You being a soul can access different areas of the game that you can't access when in the body of something else.
Summary: This game has been getting _extremely_ mixed reviews, and I can't understand why. Perhaps because everyone had been looking forward to it for such a long time, and it resulted in an anticlimax (which happens to anything you build up too much). Edge magazine, the only publication I trust, gave this 40%. That just isn't fair. Then on the other hand the highest rating it's received is 88%.
Summary: I received Geist as a Christmas present and I was looking forward to playing it. However, I soon found it to be not quite to be what I was expecting. The storyline is that whilst investigating Volks Corp, you are captured and submitted to an experiment that separates your soul from your body in order to train you as a Spec Ops - a special spirit operative than can possess world leaders and bend them to the will of the shadowy CEO of Volks Corp.