Summary: Gameplay is sketchy at best. The lag time between firing a weapon and hiding behind cover is horrible and the storyline follows suit. At best, the storyline is weak. The Mind jacking idea is the only redeeming quality of the game. But it is a small redeeming quality at that. You are better off spending $60 on another game.
Summary: Mind Jack is published by Square Enix, and seeing this name on attached to it, you'd expect big things. Great things. The basic premise of the game play is intriguing and sounds great, being able to "mind jack" enemies or bystanders and control them & help you in a fire fight, flanking your enemies.
Conclusion: Firstly let's credit this game with something. It's tried to do something new. The idea of hacking into someones game and making it easier or harder for them is a brilliant idea. Problem is this... I'm the first reviewer the games been out a good 5/6 months and noones playing it. I bought it for 4.99 and still no reviews. There's a reason. Firstly the graphics. They look polished at first but as soon as your player moves that's it!