Reviews and Problems with Civilization IV: Colonization
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Kathryn R., Newegg
28 June 2011
Summary: I bought Breach at the end of February '11 for $19.99 on Newegg. Steam is required to play it and the game worked for me the first week or two I had it. After that, required "updates" were sent out through Steam, which made the game unplayable for many due to intolerable lagging and freezing.
Pros: I was able to play the game for a week or two. It wasn't meant to be the biggest and baddest first person shooter out there, but the active cover feature was an interesting change from just crouching, etc.
Cons: The game is unplayable for me now. I can load it up and see servers - with less than a dozen people playing the game, total.
Summary: First off, I have played this game for quite a bit, 18 hours exact. The game is fun, but you have to play over 10 games to really get into it. I give it an 8 because its fun, but it takes a while to really get into.
Summary: Breach is really a good game. I like how you can hide behind obstacles and walls and how you can destroy it. Some users say its a counterstrike-wanna-be...Did you ever play it? I am a cs fan too but breach is totaly diffrent. It's a fair price for 12-15euro/dollar. ..
Summary: For under $15, Breach seems to have a lot of potential. It does not feel like a "wanna be" anything, but more of a mix of a few different aspects of good FPS gaming. First off, it's simple FPS action, something a lot of gamers find refreshing at times.
Summary: It's a good game, you just need to fit in it, but from the very beginning it remembered me a fantastic game I loved: America's Army. I spent 3 years in a clan o games like these and for sure Breach is a technical and tactical game.
Summary: When I watched the trailer I got really excited about the game, and it was really cheap which is always awesome. I cant complain about the intense action in the game that is really enjoyable and the action cover system is terrific and adds a special touch to the game since you don't really see this...
Summary: For a $15 dollar download-only title, Breach is a remarkably deep and well designed tactical shooter. As the shell of what could have been (Six Days In Fallujah, developed by Atomic but unable to be published due to Iraq war controversy), Breach creates a comfortable niche for itself in a market...
Summary: Breach is a surprisingly great downloadable title. In an era dominated by arcade military shooters, such as Call of Duty and Medal of Honor, you would think there is little room for an independent modern warfare shooter.
Summary: Connectivity The 360 version had MAJOR lag issues. I couldn't connect to matches, stay in a match, but the short time I did get into a game it was a lot of fun. The PC version on the other hand ran a lot better. I was able to get better connections but still had issues.
Summary: If you're looking for a quick-scoping, rush-fest, CoD-clone... walk away now. If, however, you're looking for a fun tactical shooter like Counter-Strike with an active cover system, some destroyable scenery, ranking and unlocks for under Â£10 then you've come to the right place!