Summary: This game is brilliant. Its got everything. The game itself is massive and will take you a long time to complete. The multiplayer section is fantastic too. Loads of levels and weapons and even veichles. Dont miss out on this great game.
Summary: Now that I am getting on a bit I like to find games that are easily accessible with nice touches and with a sufficient challenge to keep me coming back. I only get to play games in 2-3 hour bursts every now and again so I need a game that won't demand I have to remember a whole load of stats, items and storyline before I can resume playing. So thank the stars for this excellent game. Robots are cool.
Summary: Metal Arms is one of those games that any respectable and experienced gamer has known; one of those with as much quality as a front line release, that if the gaming market operated on the "build a better mousetrap" principle would sell like hotcakes and become a new phenomenon; but which instead, because the game market does not work on the mousetrap principle and instead is based on hype, promotion, franchise and common denominators, fails to rise to the heights it...
Summary: Metal Arms, from the makers of Half-Life and Counter Strike to name a few, this should already have you interested. Graphics Fairly smooth, sometimes the frame rate stutters when there's a lot going on and the shadows look a bit pixelated, but otherwise no gripes. Sound DPL2 supported so enemy fire comes from all directions. A good soundtrack as well.
Summary: After reading many reviews praising Metal Arms: Glitch In The System, and talking to people who bought the game, I ordered my copy from Amazon for Christmas. As Christmas neared, I gradually grew unsure about whether I had bought the right game or not, (Viewtiful Joe is also on my wishlist at the moment). My fears, however, were firmly put to rest when I loaded up the first level, and on Christmas day, played away, after taking the dog for a walk.
WHO WANTS A CLASSIC NO NONSENSE **FUN** GAME!!!???
12 December 2003
Summary: everybody does, of course. if your the type of gamer who craves a game that delivers quality but don't rely on novelty licenses then get Metal Arms:Glitch in the System. Basically it's an explosive shoot-em-up which also includes stealth and driving sections. You won't be disappointed, it's a game bursting with energy and a strong sense of humour.