Summary: I think every informed ps3 player knows the dread of this game. When you look at the cover it seems cool, but when you get to playing it just gets boring. For one, the story line is confusing and not so great. When you get to multi there aren't any servers to join. However I found the game to be challenging. I died a lot but I didn't really care to try again because I didn't really feel like it was even worth the challenge. The graphics aren't so great either.
Summary: This game didn't pose a challenge until the final 5 minutes. Also the story-line makes little if any sense. The cut-scenes last only about 4 seconds each and if watched in succession provide the assumption that there will be a sequel. I do not not recommend buying this game, nor the sequel when it is released. The short-length of time control offered some amusement.
Summary: This game is like an old version of doom. It would have been a best seller in the 90's. The days of sliding up ladders and dropping through holes are over. In todays games, we actually see and feel like we are climbing up the latter not siding up and down it. The graphic are very average. I felt like I was playing the game on a Ps2 and a half. The best thing about this game is the time shift feature but it is not enough to keep you into the game for long.
Summary: This game is forgettable. The story isn't told well. It uses flashes of memories that aren't stimulating or involving because they only last a few seconds. My character's temporal powers aren't used much. There were a few moments I actually used it, to stop the current of electricity, to rewind a path that was blown away, etc. They could have done so much more with his powers, but instead they stopped at the minimum than the maximum.