Summary: Very Basic, lacks of Personalization options. Doesn't add bots to multiplayer mode. it's a so-so game to hang out for about half an hour. If you're looking for the best FPS, go buy Call Of Duty Ghost. Other than that, it's going to be Boooooriiiinngggg... I Bought it just to practice with my little brother. Runs very nice on Ps3.
Summary: This game is a good buy, especially for the cheap price. The single player mode is decent, but not the main reason to buy this game. It's time and challenged base where you either kill as many people as possible, do killing laps, survive for a certain amount of time, or other related challenges. It's fun for a while, but it gets old and repetitive. The baddies are somewhat easy to kill and you can sometimes survive just by avoiding most people.
Fresh and unique concept, but you'll be left asking yourself... did I really spend $60 on this?
Gary S, Amazon
13 May 2009
Summary: The Good: - Solid graphics with realistic movements and good scenery, but nothing revolutionary here. - Controls takes some getting used to, but once learned they are pretty easy. - Game concept is fresh and original... this isn't your typical shooter. The basic concept is kill as many people as fast as possible to earn the most points. There are different game types, but this goal is the same in each. - Nice locations, with descent level design.
Summary: There's not much to say that hasn't been covered in previous reviews. Single-player action is just awful: don't waste your time on it. Online, however, it pretty entertaining. While not introducing anything novel or innovative, the game does just fine in being a solid multiplayer game with few major flaws. It has your classic multiplayer modes: kill, team kill, capture the flag, king of the hill, etc.
If you only have one player, it's a pretty lonely Club.
The Matrix Fan "Video Gamer since 1979.", Amazon
21 May 2008
Summary: When I first heard of The Club, I assumed it was a story in the same vein of or . However, once the game booted up, I discovered this was not the case. To start, you pick from six characters (or eight, you can unlock two characters through repeated gameplay). Each contestant with their own statistics for Speed, Stamina and Strength. There's the typical speedy but weak character, a strong but slow character, and a mismash of other statistics for the remaining contestants.