Excerpt: One of the first things your Action-Man-look-alike protagonist in Inversion says is “It will all be over soon. Soon enough.” Unfortunately, he's dead wrong. Even though this run-of-the-mill third person cover shooter isn't particularly long, it becomes an exercise in tedium long before the credits...
Summary: Inversion is one of those games that seem to have been around forever, quietly popping its head up out of the bushes every few months to remind us it still exists while we continue living our lives and barely so much as grunt an acknowledgement.
Excerpt: Every game (especially third person shooters) claims to have the “X” factor that distinguishes them from the run of the mill running and gunning games. There are however games that have defined this genre. Gears of War is looked up to as a cover based shooter genre-defining game.
Pros: Gravity mechanics in gameplay are interesting, Copy of Gears of War, Familiar territory for action game lovers
Cons: Game lacks overall polish, Uninteresting multiplayer, Enemies are too repetitive
Excerpt: Story-wise, Inversion recycles a half dozen overused plot points we've all seen so many times before. You have Davis Russel, the vengeful father, who's searching for his daughter after his wife is killed.
Summary: Inversion is yet another derivative third-person shooter with a gimmick. This time around you control gravity in the most limited way possible. Although there are plenty of strong moments, the game is ultimately brought back down to earth with the never ending cinemas, repeating bosses, ugly...