Summary: what a cheesy title for my review eh? ^_^ Seriously though, Haze was an early title for the PS3 and it shows requiring a hefty install size for really not much performance. The game was met with a lot of hate though and after it dropped considerably in price I had to see it for myself. I played this game mainly co-op with my friend (that's right this game has co-op!
Summary: I had fun playing this game but truthfully this game was not the "halo killer" that it was deemed to be. Haze is fun to play but theres a very limited weapons selection (VERY limited) and the controls will take some getting used to but still aren't that great. The campaign story is the saving grace for this game because while mechanical the characters are pretty good mainly because of the weird sort-of voice acting. I'd give this game a rental.
Summary: Haze is a fun, if flawed game. Developed by Free Radical(now Crytek UK) and published by Ubisoft. Haze's story is interesting and well done, though after you join the rebels it slows down and stops being interesting. Haze's story follows a Mantel solider Shane Carpenter, he goes into the war with the dream of being a hero, but he shortly learns that Mantel isn't there for the war and just there to make money.
Summary: Haze once deemed the "Halo Killer" was one of the most anticipated games to exclusively hit PS3. But after playing Haze there is absolutely no similarities between the two, except that they both start with the letter "H." However, it's not to say the game is putrid. While everyone expected something extraordinary, the trailer and the actual game were completely two different things. Haze, in reality, is just your plain generic FPS game.
Summary: This game is pretty good, a little above average. Too bad most average games today are pretty bad. The grahics below PS3 standard, the storyline is pretty routine. You start out on the bad guy team, you find out how bad they are, and you switch sides to fight the REAL BAD GUYS!!! Wow, never heard that before. There are a couple new features, like being able to play dead. the bad guys are pretty lame characters and use plenty of corny one liners that are kinda of funny.
Summary: In a gaming world filled with cookie cutter shooters you need to go the extra mile to set yourself apart. Sadly, Haze has failed to do so. Corny, ridiculous comments abound from Mantel forces. Further hindering a less than profound gaming experience. Maybe I expect too much but if I'm going to take a shooter game seriously I would rather not hear my squad mates saying things like, "Is there an award for the most bada** gansta? Cause thats me.
Summary: Good graphics, regular development of the play, can be better; maybe in third person with options of fight could be better; is better than the translations to Spanish they do it in a different country to that of Spain, with a more neutral accent, but not the Spaniards.