Summary: When I first read alot of the reviews for Darkest of Days, I was SHOCKED. I then saw the price was $10, what could go wrong with spending 10 bucks on DoD? NOTHING! I would have paid $30 for it, it was that great of a game. The only issue that I had with it was that there wasn't enough sequences, and you could only go back into the World War Era, and the Civil War era (Medievel Pompei wasn't until the very end unfortanately).
Summary: At first I thought this was a flop. The reviews on the graphics, gameplay, etc are correct, however it is a very fun game. Definitely not worth $40-50. I paid 23.95 shipped. Once you figure the game out, it is a lot of fun, especially the civil war missions. There is not one fps game out there to date based on the civil war. Developers still cannot figure out the fact people want one.
Summary: I really like this game. The concept is cool and enjoyable. I didn't rate it higher because the execution was a little lacking. The game needed more polish to be worth almost a full price game. Was fun to play, I look forward to future installments as well as more from this company.
Summary: I thought this game would be great, as who could go wrong with Time Travel and Guns? Apparently this game was designed to show how. The video is poor, the storyline is very poor, and artificial intelligence is at 0. IGN's reviews can give more detail than mine, but suffice it to say I was not impressed.
Great story, but the AI and the graphics could be beefed up
M.A.R.Z Gamer, Amazon
15 March 2013
Summary: The Good: The game delivers on the promise of the story of going back in time. The maps are quite large and with varried terrain and buildings. Players can use stationary weapons and pick up weappons they find. The game play is straightforward FPS. The Bad: The computer AI is sometimes a little quirky. Graphics and controls can be a little choppy when there are multiple characters on screen. Sound bites are repetative throughout the game.