The graphics r poor also but overall the game is still fun and ...
Trevor Moody, Amazon
24 February 2015
Summary: Not really what I expected. It says "best two player game e3". I thought it would b two player co-op in campaign mode but so far as I can tell it isn't. The graphics r poor also but overall the game is still fun and playable and for $7.65 I do not regret buying it but I would never pay more than $10...
Summary: The game's cutscenes are always stuttering and glitching. I tried it on 2 different PS3s. Seems like a pretty silly bug for them to allow. The single player game is okay. I didn't like the multiplayer, not enough different options. The co-op mode is the worst.
Summary: I just play the campaign aspect of games; Starhawk is not your typical shooter - some shooting games incorporate sequences where you drive a vehicle or operate a turret for a short period of time, using simple controls. With Starhawk, operating land and air vehicles take up a good chunk of the game.
Summary: While the multiplayer online for this game is pretty much dried up it's still an entertaining single player game that you'll have some fun regardless just don't expect anything to original either in story or gameplay to make this game superior to the previous games.
Summary: Starhawk is, in terms of sales, an absolute failure. However, the game is wicked cool, especially for the low price of $10 on Amazon. I was a huge Warhawk fanatic and the cult following of Warhawk, unfortunately, was not emulated.
Summary: It's trash. Don't buy it. Due to the game's age, the multiplayer primarily consists of players who bought the DLC. They all run around in DLC mechs and kill people who are on foot. Don't bother buying it unless you also plan on getting the DLC for it.
Summary: The game itself is a little confusing. Its good in the sense that it is different than most games. Its bad in the fact that it didn't go all out, and so it feels incomplete. The interface is a little odd at first too.