Summary: Although pretty interesting in concept, this game has a huge flaw. You end up in battles where the resolution involves secret combinations of button presses. How do you get past these moments? You troll the internet, hoping for clues. Nobody seems to have a master guide to all these infuriating roadblocks. So you play a little, you get cornered, you mash buttons blindly until your hand freezes up from the repetition, and then give up - to hunt for clues online again.
Summary: Extremely lifelike for a game. Everyone thought I was watching a movie and had no idea I was playing a game until I started to move. I just started the game, but I like the storyline so far. Graphics aren't out off this world but they are really good. Find it a little complicated setting up moves, and key combinations, but other than that the game is excellent.
If you like si fi and exploring new games, dont skip this one.
29 March 2014
Summary: while it is not perfect , it is very good game with a nice SIFI setting that cant be seen in any other title, what you probably heard is correct , the game had some issues, but the experience is worth it.
Summary: I remember seeing previews of this game and thinking that I would absolutely love it. The Presentation, the Story, the World of the game looked amazing. Then it came out...and got reviews that ranged from mediocre to VERY negative (IGN gave it a 59 out of 100). But knowing what I know about game critics and their tastes (El Shaddai's metacritic is 75, Child of Eden's is 81) I figured the critics were just snubbing the game (as usual) for not being a sepia-toned FPS with...