Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Freedom Force is fun, addictive, and funny! The variety of environments (snowy hills, different parts of the city, underground areas, etc.) were so welcomed. Not only that, the different enemies you encounter are so vast! And the damage they do varies so well. Ice Warriors for Nuclear Winter either shoot ice bullets at you or use rays that knock you off of your feet.
Summary: Loved the content. Lots of characters and each very diverse. None of the premade characters are overpowered. Long storyline. Interactive/Destructible environment.Game has tons of replayability. Having a "danger room" adds to that replayability. Allowing the gaming community to add ingame skins, mods, sound effects, seemlessly is one of the greatest features to make that game unique with every run through.
Summary: The game is pretty terrible. I love the art and the over-the-top comic book-esque voice acting, and the atmosphere really captures that comic book feel, but the gameplay is awful. Though the basics are in place, click something to interact with it, it's the extras that just flat out fail. There are pseudo-stealth elements to the game, and they just do not work. Enemies can see you no matter where you stand, your character is too slow and inaccurate to react accordingly.
Summary: By modern standards, this rpg/linear rpg thingy feels bland and not fun. The graphics and art style are great, as well as the voice acting. I just can't continue playing. This game has not aged to well in the gameplay department.
Summary: and being as there aren't that many of them likely to be one of the best and is going to take some beating. Being released in 2002 it needs to be patched to allow it to run on XP/Vista, otherwise it will be of no more use than a tea coaster. Other than this it is as fresh now as it must have been back then. In a welcome change from an FPS the game is a real time strategy using 3d graphics that can be zoomed in on and the camera angle changed.
Excerpt: Delta Force, one of the first and best strategy/shoot em up games. The game takes place in the desert. You are given mission objectives by your command. You must complete these objectives to move onto the next mission. Missions will include killing targets, destroying targets and retrieving information. Along the way you will find an array of weapons and items to help you through the missions including health packs and armour.
Summary: A very fun real-time strategy game based on 1960s superhero comics. The story leads you in well, starting with just one character (Minuteman), and gradually introducing new characters along with their secret origins, as well as, of course, the option to create your own superhero/heroine. The story is very faithful to the old Stan Lee / Jack Kirby classics, and the whole thing is a lot of fun.
Summary: An excellent game... and even though the sequel is on the horizon, still well worth picking up. As a bonus, the problem mentioned regarding XP Service Pack 2 (Service Pack 3 still being somewhere in the future of Windows) is now fixed with the 1.3 patch.
Summary: First of all, it is a great game. I've had this now for going on 2 years and the stylised, cartoonish graphics still stand up against today's titles. The gameplay is fun, and new characters and character evolution prevent it from getting repetitive. The polished sound effects and music finish off a polished and often hilariously game. So what's the warning? This game DOES NOT work with Windows XP Service Pack 3 at the present moment at which I write this review.