Summary: This game can be found much cheaper in retail stores (Go figure, cheaper than $15...) but its true. I found this game enjoyable for the price. No online multiplayer, but for a quick fix, and a sense of accomplishment, give it a shot. Can be completed in under 10 hours, so no complaint. Get it, play it, write it, throw it. CHEAP GAME, GOOD VIBES, SMOOTH MOVES.
Summary: It has been a while since this game was released and sadly I feel it didn't get the attention it deserves. But luckily for you if you didn't play it it has gone down in price to be a real bargain. Even if this wasn't the case I would highly recommend Dark Void. I'll quickly list of some key elements to help you decide if it is for you. -The gameplay breaks up into 3rd person shooter and aerial combat sequences (and sometimes a mix of both).
Summary: I am not your typical gamer as two things, for me, are more important than hype and graphics. Those two things are story and originality. I am here to tell you what an underrated and unappreciated gem that Dark Void is. You start off with a fairly standard run and gun third person scenario as Will, a cargo pilot who crash lands his plane while flying through a storm over the Bermuda Triangle.
Summary: The first thing I notices is the flight controls, once you get the hang of it the rest of the game should fall into place. So far the game looks good, plays good and the music is great as well. Can't wait to see what happens later on in the game!
Summary: Okay, so this isn't an extensive review. The person who wrote the longer one detailing just what's great about this game and just what the critics got wrong was spot on. And I've even read the reviews not rating this game so high. Nitpicky. All the things they find faulty or challenging about this game, I just thought it was all great. And the guy that talks about the licensing?, really, you'd rather have a game called The Rocketeer?