Conclusion: Essentially, every moment of the actual gameplay is visually striking and a ton of fun; it’s the surrounding experience that really needs to be tuned up. However, anyone nostalgic for this seminal genre will probably be more than happy with the fun gameplay and attractive price.
Conclusion: A couple more months of polish would have resulted in a much better game. If you liked the original, (there are a few of you out there), then you’ll love this. If you’ve been given it as a gift, we can think of worse games to have to play.
Excerpt: Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather Part II is widely regarded to be one of the best films of all time - a gangster epic that arguably supersedes its celebrated forebear. While EA's Godfather II takes a fair amount of inspiration from this masterful source, it's far more of a direct follow-up to...
Conclusion: I could sum up SOL: Exodus in three words, namely “a frustrating experience”. There is a promise of more, a promise of fun when first starting the game but it does not last beyond the opening mission.
Conclusion: There are currently four maps available and each level comes with its own objectives. These will help towards your team’s score but generally the team that has the most kills has the best chance of winning.
Excerpt: could have been great, but isn't. I'm thoroughly sick of writing "could have been, but isn't". Seems every other game that comes through the letterbox these days has a nasty case of unfulfilled potential.