Summary: GREAT game. Ending is a bit anticlimactic. Had a constant issue with my graphics chip not being able to properly render some of the clothing on the NPC's which I could not resolve. Did not effect the game play quality though.
Summary: Both the friendly AI and the enemy AI are incredibly dumb, mechanic, not realistic. The game does not let you save your progress. Even worse, it pretends that you are saving a game. Then, when you try to load the saved game, it will start from the beginning of the mission.
Summary: I originally bought this game in a "bargain basement" situation without much information on it. I just bought this one to have the disc as a back up in case something happened to my original! TERRIFIC game! Great story line that drive you forward and through the game. Although some missions are easier than others, it is still a challenge and is a very LONG RUNNING GAME.
Summary: This is a charming free-roam game, with nice atmosphere. Most of the fun for me has been roaming around Paris, harassing nazis and collecting cars. One major flaw is that the map is completely botched when playing the game at a decent resolution. There seems to be no fix for it, so navigating the city becomes more of a memory game. I also had another issue, where the game once locked up entering a cut scene with the major antagonist.
Summary: This game has a lot of character. Great art style and interesting black and white-trns-to-color mechanic as portions of the city are liberated. It only gets 4 stars from me because it has the same failings as a lot of similar games. The world is huge, and gameplay is largely repetitive as you ferret out the Nazis through acts of Spider-Man like wall crawling and steathy bombing before moving on to another area to wash, rinse and repeat.
Summary: Sorry to see Pandemic go under after this release. Whats more fun than running over Nazi's at 100 mph!? Always loved this game even though it got mixed reviews. The replay value to me is up there with Just Cause 2.