Summary: Payday is an amazingly fun game. I like how simple, independent games like these always manage to get me to sink many more hours into it than any of the higher budget titles that are out. Unlike most shooters out, Payday forces you to play realistically. Your goal is not to rack up a body count, but to perform a heist.
Summary: the game is basically left 4 dead, but instead of zombies you are killing cops and shooting cameras, it is a fun game and needs teamwork to get through. there are plenty of unlockables and should keep your entertained long enough for your $. not the best game, the aiming strange sorta like in half life/left 4 dead. either way $10 is worth the price, it started at $20.
Summary: If I weigh up the fors and againsts on this game, I would reach the conclusion that it can get a maximum of 3/10 from me. There are 6 levels that come with the game, and the retail price at launch was £15. So effectively you're paying £3 per level (since you can't do anything other than play each level through). So in terms of value for money, it's basically like buying an expensive map pack DLC. So what about the level design itself?
Summary: Payday: The Heist is a low-budget, low-cost independent co-operative FPS. It features a 4 player co-op mode in six different heists (two more if you have the Wolfpack DLC). It features a level-up perk system that differs from Call of Duty's because you choose which of the three (four with Wolfpack) trees you level up. The max level without the DLC is 145, and it gets up to 193 with the purchase of Wolfpack (9.99$).
Summary: Payday: The Heist is actually a thrilling and fun game. The difficulty for it is ridiculously hard but that's the key as it makes you work to achieve and finish a heist. As you work hard to survive and wait for your objectives to finish, you really feel like your one of the robbers which is an amazing experience.
Summary: I tried the trial to this game before buying, and finally caved in and bought it; for a reason. This game is fantastic for a PSN title. I didn't expect much, as a lot of First Person Shooters aren't very good (Such as Modern Combat 2: Domination, with bad graphics, clunky aiming and bad controls), but I've gotta say Payday stands out. It's graphics are decent for a PSN game.