Summary: The Customization in APB is some of the deepest I've seen rivaling games like Oblivion. The Driving with sirens and random mayhem also make for great fun. 2/3 of the game are spot on and keep me playing time and time again. The downside? Cheaters and more so the Combat system. The weapons in APB are horrible and make me believe that regardless of their hand in GTA, RTW had no business The Customization in APB is some of the deepest I've seen rivaling games like Oblivion.
Summary: For every instant that I had fun, there were seven when I was crushed by someone who had unfair advantages over me; a problem that hadn't been an issue during both betas. Truly a shame, the game had enormous potential, but excruciatingly awful execution. One of the largest flaws was one of the very core features of the game: the missions.
Summary: I'm gonna give it 2, and thats for customisation options. the most fun i had was picking some clothes. this game should not be charging money from people to play. i kept looking at it and thinking "shall I, or Shant I" i did decide to buy it sadly. dont regret spending the money but im gonna give up on mmorpgs now and stick to Xbox 360. i wish it wasnt so rediculous to play. not structured I'm gonna give it 2, and thats for customisation options.
Summary: I figured I would buy APB and play a great online game with lots of people and that it would be a well rounded MMO offering diversity of missions. For the past month I played on the servers and played mostly as an enforcer and in maybe the last part of my playtime managed to give the criminal a test run too.
Summary: APB is one of those great examples of a good game gone horribly wrong by misguided developers. I've been waiting for this game for years, but I always seemed to miss out on the beta periods. I was hoping it'd be intense, exciting, balls-to-the-wall gameplay gold; needless to say, I was grossly disappointed.
Summary: "APB" advertised itself as a fun cops n' robbers MMO that pits players from both factions against each other as each side tries to take control of the city. While that might be the back-story to the game, or the vision that RealTime Worlds had for it, in reality it is an unbalanced rage-fest with terrible matchmaking and horrid optimization, all covered up by it's only good feature, "APB" advertised itself as a fun cops n' robbers MMO that pits players from both factions...
Summary: Not only is this game bankrupt and shut down. I played it before it went down and this is by far the worst game ever made. The graphics are terrible and look real old and boring. There is only about 4 different missions that get old real fast for an MMO. I mean how many times can I do the same mission over and over? At least they will not be around to ripoff their customers anymore.
Summary: It's basically a game with a pretty setting, and a boring, repetitive game play aspect. Don't expect to get very much from playing this game, because you won't. Unless you're the type that actually likes repetitive games. +2 for the nice graphics and customization. -8 for the boring everything else. I really hope they manage to turn this game around.
Summary: This is pretty much the worst game ever made. 1. There are only 10 vehicles, even old games like super mario kart on Nintendo 64 had more vehicles. 2. The game has only 8 missions, I never played something I got bored of in one day, thanks APB! 3. There is no technical support, if you have a problem with the game there is noone to contact. 4. Hackers are rampant in this game and This is pretty much the worst game ever made. 1.
Summary: I didnt read much about APB before.. the only thing I knew is that the GTA maker has had his hands in it somehow.. so I expected (blindly) a MMO-GTA game.. Nice dream. Game is like Second Life or so.. just with shooting. Missions are after a short period just boring. Community and player base are worst. Game physics are horrible. I regret buying it.