Summary: Good things first: as a science fiction RPG, per se, is already good news (great news even, given the rarity of RPGs which do not delve in fantasy). Visually - and although the graphics are not it's strongest point - the game is well done.
Summary: For the price and considering this is a downloadable game, it's quite good...but nonetheless, this game makes me ANGRY. You see, I'm the kind of person who always plays games on the hardest difficulty, and in this case, you don't want to do that.
Summary: I knew nothing about this game browsed the demos on PSN and tried it out. The story is interesting humans have colonized Mars in the future and due to a catastrophic event have been stranded there.
Summary: this game is completely underrated. good story, quite nice gameplay, if repetitive at some point. i loved the characters and the steampunk settings. if you didn´t play it yet, don´t hesitate. it´s a bargain!
Summary: When I first started playing I was worried that the game would be short lived, but it isn't at all. It has a decent skill tree for you to explore 3 different combat styles and pretty neat perk system.
Summary: I was excited prior to the game coming out. Any RPG's that have a good story and provide a chance to learn about and explore a world sounds great.....that was until I played it. It seemed clunky, and fragmented with that 'Been there, done that feeling'.
Just finished it, no epic, but no failure either, overall good
Kevin Meade, Amazon
19 July 2013
Summary: In some ways this was similar to Fallout 3. But there are major differences too and this game is no where near as good though I still wanted to finish it. The main combat mechanic of the game is OK once you start using it. The combat interface uses a radial dial interface.
Summary: Kind of a mix between Mass Effect (character dialog choices and reputation system), Fallout (loot, overall setting and crafting) and Skyrim (real time combat but with dodges and parries) this game is a severely over looked and under rated gem.
Summary: Mars: War Logs is perhaps a great example of how a indie team with a limited budget can surprise the masses, with a rather incredible and vivid game. The storyline is well written, and there is plenty of lore embedded in your menu to read up and understand the setting that takes place.
Summary: I tried this game on a whim because the cover caught my eye and I am so glad I did! A great story, satisfying battles, beautiful graphics, it has it all. It's not as intense as other games in its genre but for entrainment value, I was very pleased.