Summary: The game flew under my radar until I saw it being reviewed on the website "Zero Punctuation". I expected a wonderful deconstruction of another sub-par, generic shooter in rapid, anglo-wit style. I was wonderfully puzzled to watch as the game was praised and recommended!
Summary: Good Story, a dark side of warfare. Unfortunately the Third person shooting is pretty weak. Multi-player is none existent. Guide to buying this game : - Get it on sale, the campaign is not worth $60 - Play it on easy.
Summary: This is a good solid shooter, the gameplay is good and rewards patience and care - you can't go in all guns blazing. The cover system was a annoying at times, not sticking when you really needed it to, but by and large it worked very well.
Summary: I really like FPS and this one was on sale. It activates through Steam so you'll know and initially it wouldn't play but found through forums that it was a missing .dll causing the problem. If anyone is having the same problem there is a fix.
Summary: I'll start off with the low point; I'm no stranger to third person shooters. I've played a lot of different team-based command shooters. This game just felt a little sloppy on the execution; even by the end of the game, I would forget how to use an available command or hit a completely...
Conceptually and narratively bold, but the gameplay suffers a bit.
A. Whitehead "Werthead", Amazon
1 March 2013
Summary: Dubai, the near future. Massive sandstorms have rendered the city almost inaccessible from the outside world. Just before this happened, the US Army's 33rd Battalion went into the city to help with the evacuation, and hasn't been heard from for six months.