Reviews and Problems with Soldier of Fortune: Payback
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A bit better than Shellshock 2: Blood Trails
star34 , GameStop
26 May 2014
Summary: This game is sorta bad but at least it's better than Shellshock 2. It has a customization loadouts and is fun killing terrorists with brutal gore. Though the game has worser graphics and story then Shellshock 2, At least Soldier Of Fortune Payback has multiplayer (Which by the way no one ever plays). I say its OK.
Summary: I won't lie, the only reason I ended up purchasing this game is because I found it at my local Gamestop for $5 and I enjoy FPS games. As far as they go, this one is decent for a one time play-through. Don't play this expecting something along the lines of Call of Duty or Battlefield. This is a much more straight forward classic FPS and nothing more. The most enjoyable thing about it is the excessive gore which is enjoyable for us sickos out there.
Summary: I have played both Solider of Fortune 1 and 2 and I enjoyed them alot on the pc of course but I recently got this for my ps3 today and I really enjoyed the game but I am rating 4 stars because it can get boring after a little while but I don't recommend your young ones playing this of course has some really violent content hence the rating but if you don't mind over the top violent shooters this could be your game possibly,but this should game should be really reasonable...
Summary: This game is sorta a ripoff of Duke nukem if you could say that, boss fights, easy enemies to kill. the graphics are pretty nice, the guns are customizable with scopes and grenade launchers. Its fun but the end is not rewarding like mass effect 3.
Summary: This game makes me want to never buy another PS3 game. The design of Soldier of Fortune Payback is a major step backward in video game development. I would have preferred a straight rerelease of the original PC game. The graphics are OK for a game that could be 10 years old, but the game play is extremely linear and downright boring. The transitions between scenes are ... unfinished? I mean sometimes you open a door and then magically appear in a different room.