Summary: This game is just awesome for being so old, so underrated. I played this like 7 years ago on ps2, but I find it better on PC. There are some small things I'd say are negative, but nothing big of a deal. The mechanics feel like Gears of War, or actually, Gears of War's mechanics feel like kill.switch.
Summary: believe it or not, woman like shoot em up games too. this is a nice one. the best game ever for me was black, but i can rate this one right up close to it. great game, in great condition and got here very fast. thanks amazon and sellers.
Summary: This game was fun to play & the price was great. I did send an e-mail to this seller who never sent an answer to my question, so you might want to remind them to answer their e-mails. I might have ordered 2 games instead of 1 had I received an answer to my e-mail.
Summary: I thought this Game was really fun, and I am glad it was not easy, It let you do things your way and in your own time. Your not bombarded with enemies all the time so you can have time to work out your strategy. The game is a very fun action 3rd person shooter. Lots of weapons and neat places to go. I liked the way you can take cover, lock on to the enemy, and still shoot them. I am not saying the game had no flaws, but they did not interfere with play.
Summary: Killswitch is a game that I loved from the moment I first played it. It is a fun twist on shooting games, giving the player the ability to utilize every inch of cover in their surroundings. I love to be able to roll forward, hide behind a low wall, and fire blind over my head. This game simulates real-life firefights very well.
Summary: People have been saying this game sucks, this game is boring, blah blah. The problem is, they have no patience and don't understand what this game is. It IS a shooter. The thing that makes KILL.SWITCH awesome, is the gameplay. You utilize cover to advance (if you don't, you won't last) in this game. The missions are increasingly hard, and they are technical. You need to employ a strategy. Some people who have a problem with that will tell you this game sucks.
Kill.Switch: Take Cover, Take Aim, Take Over your game collection...
Jake Garrison "Sharpshooter", Amazon
10 November 2007
Summary: When I first bought this game, I thought it would just be an average, run-of-the-mill military shooter. Man, was I wrong... It started out simple enough, with a basic training simulator. As I progressed on, I quickly mastered the easy-to-follow controls. Then, they introduced the "cover and fire" technique, and I was impressed. It seemed especially realistic when I felt the recoil, and the element of blindfire. Ready and waiting for some action, level 1 began.
Summary: Developed by Namco in 2003 for playstation 2. As a relatively straightfoward action game, and short one, at that the most distinguishing characteristic of Kill Switch is a mechanic that has your character taking cover behind objects and around corners - like Winback some years before the third person version of Namco own Two Crisis series.