Summary: This game is a story/campain based game. Unlike Guerrilla it is all 1 lined and nothing but a story. It is not, I repeat IS NOT a freeroam like Guerilla. That is what dissapointed me the most. The whole only 2 GB's of the game is on the disk thing was really gay aswell. You have to get the other 6 GB's from downloading it through steam.
Summary: so my computer is 50% more powerful has all the updates I loaded it and then crash - contacted support did what they said - crashed- looked up help guides still crashed - could be a weird glitch but I loaded it to 2 friends computers and same so no clue
Summary: This game requires you install "steam" to run the software, part of the DRM. Unless you use your firewall and a few other tricks to hamstring steam you will have loaded what amounts to mall-ware just to play the game...
Summary: It's like a year 2000 version of Duke Nukem (haven't played the 2011 version yet). Ok graphics and the storyline is prettymuch run and gun quake style, but it's an over the shoulder shooter game, which took me a bit to get used to. My biggest problem is not being able to F5 save. After every time I get killed I have to go through the same screens and pick up the new weapon, buy the power up,reload all the ammo laying around .
"Its definitely doesn't live up to its predecessors"
Peter, Mighty Ape
22 July 2011
Summary: Honestly to start with I though it was just horrible – but I did finish
the main game and it gets better. Its passable and has some cool gun mechanics
and some character upgrades of some interest but it really doesn't live up to
its direct predecessor.
Summary: graphiques assez simples mais beaux ,le jeu est toujours lineaire en solo ,on s'ennuie un peu des fois on a du mal à trouver son chemin ;ça revolutionne pas le genre ,la gestion des degats est KOLOSSAL