Summary: my brother and me used to have this game back when we still had a xbox but when we ggot a xbox 360 we gave everything xbox to are step brother clayton who lived 2 hours away i am hopeing to beat itthis time around
Summary: I had never heard of this game, but I bought it because of good reviews, and it is awesome. The game has lots of upgradeable weapons, lots of levels, good aiming and controls, and rewards fast reflexes (unlike the Resident Evil series.) The only thing I don't like about this game is the levels where you have to drive a vehicle and beat a time limit, but otherwise it is a good, challenging game and a great value.
Summary: Yes, this game does have some "F" bombs. Not for kids!!! It is slightly censored but you can still hear the jist of the word. This game is my favorite. I saw a commercial for it and bought it on impulse thinking it looked way cool. I hardly buy stuff on a impulse. I am glad I did though. After beating the game (which I felt very accomplished, It is not at all easy even on easy mode) I later played it on medium and it was tuff.
Summary: Let me say I love this game! It is a fantastic way to let off steam or to plainy just have fun.I won't go into the story because that is the game's job. There are a few slight flaws that hurt tis otherwise perfect game: -Mission breifing doesn't really help you -A.I. isn't always smart(I beat the game on easy so they might be smarter) There are so many good things though too: -Weapons -Graphics -Story -Responsive controls -Tight gameplay -Length of missions -Comes with...
Summary: I still love Metal Arms even after playing all of the Ratchet & Clank and Jak & Daxter series, among others. Sure, those games are brilliant and beautiful with rich graphics, storylines and overall game play. But even in the landscape of those pristine games, Metal Arms has some pretty amazing action, if that's what you are into.
Summary: I was predisposed to like this game. After all, "robots blowing up other robots" is a tried and true videogame premise. Some of the best videogames ever spring from the same well (Paradroid for the C64, for instance.) In the case of Metal Arms: Glitch in the System, however, promise falls short of reality. The first and foremost strike against this game is the control system. Some PS2 games use a "point and go" control system.