Summary: One AGM-114 Hellfire air-to-ground missile costs the United States military around $70,000 each time a drone operator pulls a trigger, which, the army boasts, has happened more than 11,000 times since 2001. It's this colossal expenditure of resources that drives the gears of the war machine: usage creates demand, and demand creates billions of dollars in revenue. All that money considered, it's a surprise that the games industry has been so slow on the uptake.
Pros: With cooperative teammates, it's occasionally a reasonable facsimile of better shooters, Weapons are imaginative sci-fi spins on the usual suspects
Cons: Low frame rate and muddy textures hamper gameplay and aesthetics, Poorly designed maps with little attention to scale, flow, or originality, Cumbersome menus and customization systems, Link to EVE Online and its lore is mostly theoretical