Excerpt: Do you like loads of action, big shoot-outs and more weaponry than the terrorists can handle? Then put on your army suit and get ready for Kill.switch. Do you prefer balanced gameplay and an interesting story, then you might as well forget this game.
Excerpt: Introducing new mechanics to a genre is always a good thing. Building your entire game around it isn't. Sure you want to throw in as much as possible, but at the same time you want to balance it with something else. This is the Achille's Heel of kill.switch -- a good mechanic and nothing else.
Conclusion: The PC version of kill.switch offers better graphics and a smoother experience (in terms of frame rate) but unfortunately the subtitles have been removed and this outweighs the other advantages.
Excerpt: In Kill.Switch, you will take on the role of a highly skilled military operative with a dark agenda. Your initial missions will take you to global 'hotspots' such as the Middle East, the Caspian Sea region, and North Korea.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Make it longer, provide more situations where you could take advantage of the realistic human AI, and give me a more accurate sight (so when I shoot where the cursor is, the bullets always go there), and Kill.Switch turns into a gem.
Summary: While everyone seems to be jumping on that whole stealth espionage bandwagon it’s nice to see that at least someone out there is still trying to keep things real. Sure, there’s a certain level of excitement to be had from sneaking up on someone, snapping their neck, dragging their limp body over to...
Excerpt: Namco's duck-and-cover-heavy shooter manages some innovation and a decent story, but can the house that Dead to Rights built learn from their rookie mistakes? Enhanced soldiers are all the rage these days.