Conclusion: For those of you that are still skeptical as to whether or not video games should be considered art, I present to you: Killzone 3 . Mock the idea of an over-the-top shooter being classified as art all you want. Killzone 3 delivers incredible story pieces and plot devices like the best movies.
Excerpt: My initial reaction to the cover-art of Blacklight: Tango Down was, “Equilibrium style futuristic warfare eh? Sign me up!” 10 of my earth pounds for multiplayer goodness without all of the trim… sure, why not?
Conclusion: Not really worth even the $15 price tag. You are better off putting that money towards a higher budget FPS title. There is nothing wrong with budget online shooters, such as Battlefield 1943 , but they need to stand out in order to provide value.
Excerpt: Downloadable games are getting more and more impressive with every passing month. Developers are able to jam more quality goodness into a digital file and due to the significantly lower retail prices for such productions, gamers often benefit. However, while
Conclusion: Blacklight: Tango Down turns out to be too much fun for the slowness of the matchmaking system to prove too much of an obstacle. The clever level design, quick pace of play and good variety of play modes will prove to be enough to get most FPS fans hooked.
Excerpt: The ever crowded FPS genre has a new member joining the ranks, and while its frenetic multiplayer experience offered up enough fun to sway our reviewer, the relatively high price tag, long waits inbetween rounds, and the lackluster 'Black Ops' mode keep Blacklight: Tango Down from joining the ranks...
Pros: Lots of maps, decent graphics, extensive unlockable armory, plenty of modes. In multiplayer matches, high-ranking players don’t have an overwhelming advantage over low-ranking newcomers.
Excerpt: Is the future of the FPS genre online? One developer thinks so, and it's aiming down the sights at heavy hitting contenders like Modern Warfare 2 with their new download only title, Blacklight: Tango Down.