Summary: Hyped up massively prior to release due to it's supposedly revolutionary 'geo-mod' engine this game was actually somewhat of a disapointment when it was finally released. The 'geo-mod' techonology allows for destruction of the environment around the player.
Summary: Red Faction is a game that tells a story of a revolution that takes place on Mars. You play as Parker who is a miner that takes a stand. The way that they came up with the game that sent out the message of "freedom" was pretty good.
Summary: This game is setting a new idea that really makes it worth a try. After months of this game being pushed off further and further, when it finally arrived on store shelves, I was a bit hesitant on picking it up.
Excerpt: You play as Parker who, along with thousands of other people, had come to work for the mining company Ultor Cooporation on Mars in the hope that it would lead to a better life. But conditions are poor, and the Ultor guards treat the miners like dirt.
Summary: This game received a fair amount of attention during its development, partly due to its geo-mod engine. Did it live up to the hype? Unfortunately, despite good (biased?) reviews in some PS2 specific magazines, it hasn't realised its potential.
Summary: This game has decent graphics and pretty good AI but the controls stink. All of the first person shooters for PS2 are like this, except bond. When you want to turn durections, you have to use both joysticks, and thats dumb.
Summary: Fun game but still a 1st-person shooter, they just loose value after you beat it the first time. Graphics and Voice actors did an alright job, storyline was good. The best feature of the game is the Geo-Mod technology which allows you to blow up damn near everything in the game includiong buiildings...
Summary: After being totally addicted to MOH & MOHU on the PS1, I was delighted to give this a try, thinking it's going to be a step even further. It's good, with a good choice of weapons, but doesn't touch MOH for reality or suspense.
Summary: I liked this game a lot up until it ended. It was TOO SHORT. The game box says: "Wage was through 20 vast levels" 20 levels?!? I don't think so! You can't tell when a level stops or when a level begins!