Summary: I was terribly disappointed in this game after trying to play for about three hours. During that time, the game crashed several times, losing my progress and forcing me to restart from a distant check point. The game play itself is fun, don't get me wrong. Running around killing zombies with a random assortment of weapons, being able to make your own 'combo' weapons and a ticking time limit to complete missions is enough to make anyone feel excited for this game.
Summary: Had to deal with windows live gaming install on top of game. It was actually not that bad but definitely slower than Xbox Live. Why can't they make it as quick as xbl? Oddly enough I used the same login for xbl on the pc game. All my credits on the xbl account transferred over. The game itself has mediocre graphics. Cranking up the details doesn't make a huge difference. Also while the game looks ok it runs slow for what it does show.
Summary: My rating is based on the fact that I could not get the game to play at all. I have a brand new system that can play Crysis 2 on maxed graphic settings, and it meets all the other requirements for this game. I am not sure whether it was something going on with games for windows live (though I've played other GWL based games and they've been fine) or if it was something else. I tried all the fixes and workarounds I could find on the forums but nothing worked.
Games for Windows, but doesn't support a wireless 360 pad?
R. Perna, Amazon
16 November 2010
Summary: I had to Google a third party hack to get the wireless 360 pad working with this game. The developer has not yet patched it so that it works out of the box, you need to use a USB pad if you plan on using a pad with this game instead of mouse/keyboard controls. While that part is unacceptable, if you can install the hack to get it working, you will find a very fun game here.
Summary: Le jeu nécessite l'utilisation de Steam (rien d'inhabituel jusque là) mais aussi d'une surcouche Games For Windows Live... qui ne s'installe pas automatiquement! J'ai du lancer l'application en administrateur pour me rendre compte que le jeu refusait de se lancer à cause de son absence. Beaucoup de prise de tête pour un simple jeu vidéo, un DRM je peux comprendre... mais deux? Quel intérêt?