Summary: In Aeon Flux, you assume the role of our titular heroine as she embarks on stealth and demolition missions. True to the schizophrenic continuality of the original TV series, Aeon's allegiance and identity in the game constantly changes from level to level.
Summary: As Obi-Wan would say "patience young one". The average player might give up after a few levels. Its definitely challenging. This game has it all run, flip ,jump, escape, shoot. I never got a chance to catch my breath. If you do play it, turn on the cheat modes(infinite health and Ammo).
Summary: This game is VERY much like Bloodreign 2. Great to look at and initially fun to play, but in the end kind of boring. It has lots of climbing poles and flipping all over the place like BR2, and shares many control and gameplay designs with that title.
Summary: I have chosen 5 stars for this game because,I received the game in three days after I placed the order(excluding Sunday).The game looks practically looks brand new.No scratches what so ever.The price was right.If you are familiar with the animated old series on Mtv's "Liquid Television"then this is...
Summary: He loved this game when he got it and still enjoys playing it. It has some different moves than some of his other games. (She can run on walls, to avoid holes in the floor, etc. and has a sphere that she can roll through areas in). Very cool game.
Summary: Paying hommage more to the cartoon series of "Aeon Flux" rather than the movie version, "Aeon Flux" (the game) is a solid, entertaining, and challenging play. The story, set into different episodes that span a great deal of time, is a tribute to Aeon's notoriously muddled continuity.