Summary: I was interested in the idea for this game, ever since i heard it. The futuristic gameplay in dark void has never been truly executed. And while the idea to "go anywhere, and do anything" is just dandy. we saw how it played out in a very similar game (Ironman). what's wrong with this epic 1940s adventure you may ask. Playing dark void, you can see and feel the ideas Capcom put into this game. in the end, they just get lost in translation.
Summary: This is a average game but not one to buy new if you want to try it get a used copy to save some money.It gets to be a little nosiating when you are flying around with the jet pack but when you are on the ground its O.K .Not to much is special about this "first ever fully 3D game",Just average at best.
Summary: Dark Void has an intriguing storyline, but is let down by some dodgy gameplay
mechanics. However once you get past those flaws the game is certainly enjoyable
and, at the excellent price Mighty Ape gives us, is just the sort of game to
tide you over until the next big release. Overall not brilliant, but not
Summary: I like the flight feeling and story but lets us down with a lack of
multi-player it would have had great potential with player to player dogfights
sadly the developers let us down on that but still an alright game
Summary: I bought this game a few days ago and I have to say that I am impressed
with it so far to tell you the truth. Before I begin, the game is flawed in
quite a number of ways, but its the fact that the game tries to be soo ambitious
that creates these flaws and ultimately leads it to be the disaster title that
everyone coins it to be. The story starts with a pilot transporting some cargo through the bermuda
triangle with his ex gf in tow.
Summary: An average game with ok story alright graphics and good gameplay. Very
tedious at times when fighting bosses especially when flying with your
jet pack Good for a week of play and some frustrating trophies
Excerpt: Ive played worse but not many. It sounds alot better than it is, a shooter with a rocket pack. It should work but the game play and camera let it down, the story is mixed at best and the voice acting needed more work.
Excerpt: Dark Void is a fairly enjoyable rental that took about 10 hours from first loading it up to getting a Platinum trophy. The gameplay is a sort of cross between Uncharted and God of War with flying sections thrown in - sounds like it should be excellent. Trouble is the controls are far too loose, there is no sense of interaction when you press a button or turn a direction stick.
Conclusion: For a new title on the PS3 this game has sadly missed the boat, it does have some good game play in areas but sadly not enough to recommend it as a good purchase, the graphics are average for a new title & the A.I. is poor. Took me 3 days to complete on hard, so for me it had no replay value at all.