Summary: It is really broken, but sometimes this makes a game funny and enjoyable. The best parts are the awkward cutscenes, the absolutely terrible voiceacting and of course the hyper strange enemy movement.
Summary: The campaign for this game is definitely meant to be played co-op, since I would imagine that it would be pretty boring playing single-player. The story and the varied gameplay make it fairly interesting from beginning to end, but it can get tedious at certain points.
Summary: This game was purchased as a time killer before the newer couch co-ops come out this fall. While it lacks in graphics and some controls are clumsy, overall it is a good game to sit with a friend and kill some time. The story is creative the weapons are numerous and the costumes are skimpy.
Summary: This is a sub-average first person shooter, but the platforming is fun enough. Controls are inconvenient, but with an IQ above 70 you might be able to overcome them with time. Hard to say if the people responsible for making cut-scenes and a story has ever seen a movie (besides Wild Wild West).
Summary: I honestly enjoy playing this game. It's obvious it's poor, and not at all what was expected but i still find it genuinly entertaining. Granted that's playing with a mate and not taking a blind bit of notice of the story line, and creating our own voice overs.
Summary: So there is an underlying level of cool-ness to Damnation, and that would be the steam punk element. Despite the rest of the game, I just can't get over how cool the concepts of things are. That being said, the game itself is just ok. The graphics aren't anything special.
Summary: Upon seeing this game, you already know it is one of those under the radar games that nobody knows about or plays, this of course had me intrigued as i am a fan of dark gothic settings and i hadn't played an old school shooter before so i thought it was worth a try, these are my results.
Poor controll layout, OK but just not as good as the original.
D. Stanford, Amazon
1 October 2009
Summary: Owned the original on the PC, loved it but was broken any save file beyond a certain point would corrupt the save file. So looked forward to this when noticed on PS3. Played for about an hour local multiplayer and I have to admit I am undecided, compared to the PC just does not seem as manic.