Summary: good game, and neat concept. my husband said he did kind of get stuck and confused on what he was supposed to do for a while, but once he got passed that it was alright. plus the game was VERY short..
Summary: I remembered buying this game when it first came out, thinking that it would be a cool shooter game for my new ps3 system. I ended up not liking it, mostly because I was a kid at the time and was scared of the zombies. But I bought game and played it again because of a game called Warframe. Its a good game, controls suck, story is almost nonexistent.
Summary: Dark Sector's fun. Hearing guards scream for help just before they take a glaive to the face, marching around in this Metal Gear-looking Jackal tank while rocketing bad guys into the air and wielding a pimped-out shotgun make the experience something any action fan can get behind. However, when the really similar levels and waves of opponents get too repetitive towards the end of the game, Dark Sector's weak storyline might not be enough to carry the more fickle fan to...
Summary: While the controls are imperfect, from the standpoint of how you take cover, the gameplay is still fun albeit repetitive at times. I have seen several reviewers mention that the storyline is a bit cliche, and it is, but so what, if it's fun, it's fun. I enjoyed the glaive and it's variety of uses, as well as the weapons in the game, the environments just seemed a little on the repetitive side. Who should purchase?
Bought The Game For $9.00 Dollars And That's About All It's Worth
15 May 2010
Summary: The game seemed to have a lot more going for it with the reviews and trailers as well as demos so after finding the game for this price decided it was a real steal, but after playing the game I felt that I was the one that paid more than I should for the game. The games effects, animation and voice cast are very good so the complaints aren't touching those areas but more on the controls and camera angles of the game which could have been a lot better.
Summary: This is a fun game, no doubt. You could very much enjoy the whole 10 chapters of the game for the first play-through. The glaive is a unique weapon, especially with the Aftertouch power, which could be controled by using SIXAXIS function. The special powers and upgrades are fun to use. The difficulty is just right, plenty of ammo. The gameplay succesfully manages to keep player interested by gradually bringing in new stuff along the way throughout the entire game.
Summary: First off , i am a 32 year old gamer , have had a ps3 for 4 months and do not play for hours on end like some kind of geek, maybe an hour a day at the most. i played this straight off the back of completing Dead Space so my comparison is based purely on gameplay . Weapons and ammo here are sparce , and although the Glaive is pretty novel it has limited appeal and borderline dull after a while .
Summary: Dark Sector is the gaming equivalent of pick 'n' mix. An amalgam of so many other games it doesn't know what it wants to be. Reasonably good, frustrating difficult at times and ultimately dull to play. The game gets off to an interesting start. Right out of the Splinter Cell games you play a stealth agent on an assassination. In black and white no less.
Summary: This is a solid game. Nothing spectacular. It has a unique feature about it, the Glaive. Which is not executed that well at all. The 3rd person segments simply turned into tossing the glaive at the endless waves of enemies. Which is another annoyance. Most 3rd person shooters have plenty of enemies to shoot at, but this game has far too many. They come in droves, to the point where it just makes the game monotonous and kills the fun to be had.