Summary: I really wanted to like this game but after really enjoying the first 4 chapters I couldn't beat the BOSS in the 5th. PLEASE give me a level that these 79 year old fingers and brain can complete.
Summary: 6.7 out of 10 (rounded off to 7). "Inversion" is an ambitious game that I want to love, but I'm disappointed in several areas. Firstly, the story has a lot of plot-holes and is just weird. As a spoiler-free example, I'm struggling to understand why Leo (the protagonist's partner) would want to throw himself into this suicide-mission of finding a daughter that isn't even his. Secondly, the boss battles are nothing but frustrating and repetitive.
Summary: Those are just the current GameStop reviews/ratings as of 7/18/13.(so what does that tell you xbox fans?Hmmm?)(LOL XD) personally this is a really interesting and unique game.the zero-g zones remind me of Dead space 1,but everything else reminds me of uncharted,recommend you buy this amazing game...NOW!!!!!!!LOL!!!!!!!!
Summary: This game is a boring slog. Too tedious for me to finish. The world spinning thing seemed like it might be cool but it doesn't really become interesting. The story takes it self way too seriously for being stupid. Binary Domain is a much better B grade third person shooter.
Summary: I purchased this item for my son who is 18+ and he loves this for his ps3 and has not had any problems or issues with it. The price was reasonable as well for this particular item. Plus, I usually wait until the price is right on this kind of stuff before I purchase it!!
Summary: I wanted Inversion to be good. We need more good 3rd person shooters. This is not one of them. This could be a great game... All you get with Inversion is repeat bosses and difficulty that will frustrate you to the brink of destroying this disk. REALLY not worth your time even if this game were free.