Summary: This game felt like a very generic shooter, and a rather poor console port. Project Snowblind has nothing special to offer, and is at best mediocre in everything it does. Atmosphere and graphics are okay but not great, overall the singleplayer is too short. The whole game somehow seemed half-done and uninspired. I'm glad they decided not to brand this a "Deus Ex" game, it would have done t he series more harm than good.
Summary: Snowblind's gameplay gives the player a variety of choices on how to approach any given situation. Although the game is generally linear, most levels feature multiple paths through any given area, allowing players to either rush in guns blazing or attempt to find a more stealthy way. Every weapon in the game has a secondary fire mode which create exotic effects for each weapon.
Summary: This game gets off to a slow start, but once you start racking up bio-abilities (slow time, shield, invisibility) it gets more fun. Yes, there are better PS2 shooters out there, but if you're like me, you've already played them all (Black, Cold Winter, Everything or Nothing, COD, MOH, Navy Seals, Spliter Cell, Max Payne, The Matrix, etc, etc...). I've been searching for games I've overlooked, like this one.
Summary: Project Snowblind has some very interesting gameplay ideas. While the notion of a super-human soldier is nothing new, the powers and how they play out in the game can provide some interesting tactics to what would otherwise be just another FPS. However, as interesting as these powers can be, the game never requires that you use them. In other words, you can complete the entire game and never use one of your super abilities. Which makes them seem far less super.
Summary: THIS IS WITH OUT A DOUBT A 5 STAR GAME IT HAS UNIQUE EASY TO LEARN WEAPONS! TONS! AND THE SYSTEM IS VERY VERY EASY TO OPERATE! THE GAME IT SELF HAS AWESOME GRAPHICS, AWESOME EXPLOSIONS! AND THE LEVELS ARE INTENSE! THE REVIEWS ARE ALL ABOUT THE SAME! GREAT 5 STAR GAME!! A DEFF MUST BUY!