Summary: This game would be well worth the grind if it wasn't for the stupid renting system in place. The game is fun, is quite nice to look at overall and is fast and twitchy which is how I like my first person shooters. Could do with another map or two though. But just thinking about grinding away for your weapons and attachments for days on end gives a terrible feeling when you know you This game would be well worth the grind if it wasn't for the stupid renting system in...
Summary: Great game, bad ass experience everytime, could have more bells and whistles but not really needed with all the customization and plus it's totally Free to play, I downloaded it as soon as my PS4 came home at launch and was like damn this is awesome, a free call of duty type online experience. Downside is the glitches and the lag times and also random server migrations.
Summary: The game could be a lot of fun if it wasn't filled for with a bunch of bug. In my experiences the game likes to have who ever has the worse connection to host. This means the majority of the time you are left lagging and getting frustrated when you're just about to kill someone for them to then dissapear, reappear behind you and kill you. The maps are a bunch of fun to be attractive to The game could be a lot of fun if it wasn't filled for with a bunch of bug.
Summary: this game is fun, played it on the comp also(like it better on the comp) I like all the game modes and the levels and the equipment you can win while playing the match, like a suit of amor(big mech thing) the reason this gets a 3 would be after you play for a bit and get to where you can start upgrading and qualifying for new weapons and equipment, you then realize that the longest this game is fun, played it on the comp also(like it better on the comp) I like all the...
Summary: Blacklight: Retribution on the PS4 is a mixed bag. Core game-play is what you've come to expect with modern day first person shooters and is quit fun, although a bit glitchy at times. The graphics are okay, but with most levels being very well lit, you can see many flaws. The main problem with Blacklight is it prompts you at every turn to spend money. From guns, attachments and Blacklight: Retribution on the PS4 is a mixed bag.
Summary: While decent, solid fun, the Microtransactions damage the experience massively, the online lag is horrific and the port feels overall shoddy. However, the game has re-bindable controls, pretty graphics, and shows us what we can look forward to in the Next-Gen of consoles. Not bad, but not good either.
Summary: not an casual nor is it an hardcore fps game, not sure what the target audience the developers were aiming for nonetheless a very generic fps; and that was before I found out you can scan to see where your enemies are, which made it worst. still playable but with cod kz battlefield out there why would I or anyone else bother, especially if it's a pay to win format like most free to play are?
Summary: All I can really say is HOLY AIM ASSIST!. I figured that out immediately and exploit it to get kills in every match. The maps are OK. I hate that you cant permanently buy stuff with in game currency. oh no you have to pay real cash for permanent stuff. Its too expensive to get all your gear temporarily using in game currency. that and you rarely get more than 150 currency every match while All I can really say is HOLY AIM ASSIST!.
Summary: This is a free to play game that is a good starter on your ps4. there is not much I can actually say about the game other then it plays well and as has good graphics. now the microtransactions are where my marks for the game go down. most of the items are achievable in the game and will take a number of matches to unlock one item. however when you buy an item it goes away after a while This is a free to play game that is a good starter on your ps4.
Summary: About a year after launching on the PC, Blacklight: Retribution has finally made its way to the PlayStation Store. For those of you who aren't familiar with the Blacklight series, they're essentially a collection of "free-to-play" first person MMO's. The series has never really caught on, however, in a time when great games like Planetside 2 and TF2 dominate the free-to-play FPS market.