Summary: This game was highly under-rated. The action is a rapid, adrenaline rush with vivid, constantly changing environments. There should have been a Episode 2, but unfortunately, there wasn't. I have replayed this game multiple times and get a rush every time.
Summary: Very close to perfect. I picked it up for $10 yesterday and I haven't stopped playing it. So far i haven't wanted to get off. Easly best $10 i have ever spent on a game. Definatley worth getting.
Summary: Awesome game. I absoloutely love it, people say that Ritual have put no effort in, do they realise how many little gems there are. There are about twenty phone numbers you can ring and get different messages. The AI actually comments on what you're looking at. And there's loads of secret areas.
Summary: Despite it's short length (although I think it is adequate for the price) I think this was a very entralling and well made game. Differant from your average first person-shooter because some areas required some non-lateral thinking, and the path wasn't always obviously laid out.
Summary: I've been waiting for the sequal to Sin, after finishing Sin I needed to find out what happend. Then came along Sin: Emergence and I must say I adore it its a strong FPS, the story line is brillaint the range of voice cast especialy Jen Taylor doing the voice of Hardcorps newest rookie Jessica.
Summary: Fun, good ai and it feels like the original sin. nice stages, very interactive and fun to play. i don't understand the bad reviews, sin episodes is more fun than hl2 plus because of the lack of ammo and health you have to use lots of strategic playing to win! its not a simple shooter.
Summary: Darn near a perfect game. If it had more than just deathmatch modes, it would score a perfect 10. This is easily the best INDY game ever released. The low price, no hassles download, and incredible gameplay means this one shouldn't be missed!
Summary: Got this via Steam on May 10th, and have hardly stopped playing it since! A terriffic blend of all-out action and rewarding interaction and exploration in a first-person shooter, the game uses the Source engine from Half-Life 2 to bring the futuristic city of Freeport to life.