Summary: If you like suicide, this is your game. The camera angles combined with horrible controls lead to this game becoming work. The character can do incredible things when the action button is pressed at the right instant... or he can take a swan dive off a ledge into death because of a bad camera angle or lacking hair-pin timing. Resident Evil overcomes this by giving characters a basic ability to recognize a death maneuver or having auto-aim actually mean auto-aim.
Summary: Congratulations on chosing Extinction for your sleek new PS2. You want PS2 graphics, you won't find them here. Higher resolution PS1 graphics are your prize for your selection, complete with awful CGI sequences that would be tough to compare to the demo disc you recieved when opening the box to your original Playstaion five years ago. You say "so what," I'll take story over graphics anyday.
Summary: This game seemed promising, however after about 15 mins I started to worry. After about 45 mins I started to worry alot. after 1 hour I just turned the system off. The graphics are par for the dreamcast-Not so bad but this is a PS2 game. The music was about as good as that of a porn flick. The sound effects were o.k. The creature design was decent but hardly intimidating.
Summary: You are a member of an elite US special forces unit. Apparently this means that you are unable to move and shoot at the same time, and find it very difficult to stab anything that's crawling around your feet. A good looking game, with an interesting premise, let down by an awful control system.