Summary: Don't get me wrong, this game is excellent. It just runs horribly. I've got a i7 with 8GB and it still ran at a mediocre level at best. However, if you have a good computer, this is a game worth buying. Its game play is excellent, its story is fascinating and it's open world is expansive and fun.
Summary: It has the potential to be one of the best games. But the control system is not very well thought out. In addition there could be lags during game play, buggy. Otherwise good storyline, like the free-roam in the sand box game environment, it really is quite cool.
Summary: Firstly, this is a great port as far as functioning well. Works with the Xbox 360 controller for windows, you'll get on-screen display for the buttons. Vsync is listed as an option in the video settings. What you can kill: 1. Civilians: Pedestrians 2.
Summary: Brilliant game if you want to hack and slash everything. But there's so much more that could have been done in regards to story line. You have a whole free roam city similar to say Grand Theft Auto 4, yet so many people wandering around minding their own business while the military and zombies etc.
Summary: This game is big and immersive, and worth playing. However, the unfulfilled potential of the game makes me sad. To keep the word count down, I'm only including my criticisms, but realize that I did like the game. (This review includes no story spoilers.
Summary: I bought this game a week ago and grinded all the way through it. The free play is the best thing this game has going for it. So, if you like sandbox games, but aren't too critical on story, then this game should suit you well.
Pros: - Intense fast paced combat - Can use tanks, helicopters, and weapons - No Loading screens - Many ways to get the same job done (not linear - well not always) - Very well thought out sandbox and combat system - Very few bugs - Insane amounts of dialog
Cons: - Weapon changes can be buggy. Switching from the grapple weapon to anything else sometimes required 2-3 tries before it would actually switch. - Some missions are incredibly easy, and others incredibly hard. There is no linear progression of difficulty - The story line is extremely predictable a...