Summary: This game is below mediocre, even nearly seven months after release. Bugs still persist, standard quality MMO features are just now coming in, and the gap between subs and non-subs continues to increase.
Summary: This game is pretty fun in tbe beginning(for a few weeks) but after that, i just stopped playing it or played it quite less. Iono, i guess the randomized levels and repetitions are way to similiar that you feel like you've done that already.
Summary: Hellgate: London was one of the most highly-anticipated games of 2007. Developed by the same people responsible for Diablo and Diablo II, it promised something that games in the similar genre could not: randomized levels in an online environment and instanced play where players could bring in a...
Summary: I bought this with rather high hopes, having known about the game for a long time. But it didn't live up to my expectations. It was made by the same people who made Diablo 2, so you would think it would have the same feel. Unfortunately not.
Intriguing, but highly flawed. Not worth full price.
Anne Nonomous, Amazon
10 January 2008
Summary: This game has great potential, but does not live up to it. The backstory is confusing, poorly fleshed-out, and can't seem to decide if it is serious or farcical. Gameplay is a great deal of fun at first, but rapidly gets extremely repetitive. In the end I was rushing through it just so as to finish.
If World of Warcraft and Halo got shot out of a cannon into a swarm of bugs. . .
Chutzpuh "The last PC gamer", Amazon
10 January 2008
Summary: Unlike many reviewers I have seen, I actually managed to install this game and play it. So, instead of simply reviewing the crash process of starting the game, I get to actually review the game itself. The game takes place in a near-futuristic London.
Summary: What an odd game Hellgate is. One the one hand I am terribly dissapointed. On the other hand...I can't stop playing it. I am playing as a marksman. I shall begin with the Pro's. It has all the things which made Diablo great. A wealth of cool items and awsome stuff you can do with them.
Summary: Preface: I downloaded the demo before buying the game. The demo lets you try out 2 classes, the marksman and the blademaster. I loved the demo (with the exception that it never told you when it was over, you just kept trying to find the next area until you realized there was no next area) and was...
Summary: Hellgate: London was an impulse buy. I succumbed to peer pressure, and bought it after 4 of my friends did. I knew it was buggy, but I was curious to see what the creators of the legendary Diablo 2 cooked up under Flagship Studios. First things first. The game is BUGGY.