Summary: It's a fun 3rd person shooter with some innovative gameplay. The best part of the game is the highly destructible environments. Picture having a massive gunbattle in a museum, pillars are toppling, the windows are being shot out, even the walls are being smashed with rockets. It's really graphically awesome. There are also some clever puzzles that have to do with you being immortal.
Summary: The game arrived with out any problems and is as listed. The gameplay sucks horribly. It becomes repetitive to the point my 11yo sister could name when and where and what time demons would be appearing. The final boss spams Insane difficulty attacks under easy mode. There is no way to dodge said attacks.
Summary: Like a few others I spent 11.99 on the game and that is still overpaying. The gameplay looks ok at first and quickly gets repetitive FAST. When you explode or get beat bad you break apart. If there are swarms of enemies you get one shot off before you have to assemble again. Rinse and Repeat. Meh story and just boring all together,just look at videos.
Summary: I was pretty hyped up for it before it was released, but after all the terrible reviews, I waited quite a while to buy it. It's pretty repetitive, but its a cool story and its still kinda fun. Worth $15 for another game to play.
Summary: Neverdead tried to be many things and ended up being nothing fun. Melee combat is useless and odd, the only way to "Die" in the game is from a specific enemy that is just annoying. 75% of the abilities you can buy are useless. The final boss fight utilizes a game mechanic that is not emphasized at all in the entire game... platform jumping. Do not purchase this unless you want to play a bad game. Story was so-so, the CG cut scenes were nice for their time.