Summary: My husband and I have enjoyed this game for hours at a time. We are able to play together and exchange characters. It is very interesting, challenging and fun. We have completed the game a couple of times and still go back and play it again later. We had a little trouble with it freezing up a few times and are not sure if it is the game or our memory card.
Summary: We like puzzle games, problem solving games, multi-player games. This looked sooo promising. And then it hung. And hung. And hung again. The advice we have received from the company is in essence "It's not our fault. You'll have to start over from the beginning of the game, or skip levels using cheat codes". How'd this get past quality control? Maybe they just never play-tested it...
Summary: Minus one star for bugginess. I think the buggyness might be related to the game save code. So if it hangs on you a lot, you're better off just deleting all your saved games and starting from scratch. The game goes quickly once you know the puzzles. It might take a half hour to get through your first batch of missions. You'll be surprised how fun it is to actually start over again from scratch and rush through all the puzzles.
Summary: Project Eden is a puzzle game, which means you will either hate it, or love it do death. This is definately a kind of genre that you either love or hate to begin with. The puzzles are tough, So tough that you probably wont be able to contain your verball abuse directed at the TV. I can say though that this game does have BEAUTIFUL graphics, everything is amazeing.
Summary: When I first tried the game, I was a little let down, because it almost seemed like there was no where to go... Later on, I picked it back up and had my girlfriend join in. We spent about 3-6 hours on each mission, and finally made it through the other day. I think it was one of the best multiplayer games I have ever played, and for the first time was a game that TRUELY challanged me. I have never spent so much time figuring out very small parts of a game before.
Summary: I purchased Project Eden because I, along with a couple of friends, was looking for a good multi-tap compatible game. When we hooked it up to the multi-tap, we found that only the Dual Shock 2 controller will work with the game, and none of the PS One Dual Shock or earlier controllers would work at all. Since I was the only one who had a Dual Shock 2 controller at the time, and no one else could play, I was a little disappointed.
Summary: This is definitely a good game-- not the best that I have ever played but it certainly has a lot of action and lots of weapons to choose from. It's tough to make it through the levels, but once you get far enough, the enemies and weapons get better and better. A word of caution: if you don't have patience and skill at shooting, this is probably not a game for you.
Summary: This is an excellent game for playing with friends. If you are looking for a co-operative game to fill in a couple of weekends until Timesplitters 3 comes out I would highly recommend Project Eden. Although the look of the game is a bit dated, it is still enjoyable to play. It has a good mix of puzzles along with plenty of shooting. But remember to save OFTEN as there are a couple of bugs in it.
Summary: A GRITTY ENGROSSING ACTION ADVENTURE! I know this game is a couple of years old now but being somebody who buys games once they're out of the top 10 means that I'm always the last to know. But an up-to-date review is something that I always look for on Amazon so here goes... Anybody who is thinking about buying this either used or on offer will not go far wrong with this solid, engrossing game.
Excerpt: Wow – talk about bumper bargain value. And to think I bought this almost reluctantly, persuaded only by my enjoyment of a similar, ‘control four characters at the same time’ game in the form of “Conflict: Desert Storm” (SCI Games). What a cracking buy! I didn’t always think like this though. The screenshots on the back of the box were only so-so, and I had this game tucked in the drawer for a long while before I started to play it properly.