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Syphon Filter: Logan`s Shadow
Game Over Online
11 October 2015
Excerpt: Last year, the Syphon Filter series infiltrated the PSP with Dark Mirror, a game that continues to rank among the handheld system’s best. Now Gabe and his team of agents are back in Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow. Can this latest mission live up to the high standard set by Dark Mirror?
Excerpt: After a rough time on the PS2, Syphon Filter came to the PSP and immediately wowed just about everyone who played it. The game not only managed to squeeze in excellent visuals that showed what the system could do, but it also managed to put together a great control setup that was able to bypass the...
Excerpt: Poor old Gabe Logan is one of Sony's most underrated stars. The gadget-obsessed action-hero with the voice of the Marlboro cowboy has always lived in the shadow of a certain Solid Snake. In fact, the pair's careers of late have followed rather similar paths.
Excerpt: Developed by Sony Bend and published by Sony Computer Entertainment America, Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow is the sixth game in the Syphon Filter franchise. The franchise has come a long way since its early offerings on the PSone.
Excerpt: Last year's Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror showed that the PSP could be a shooter system after all. Drawing from Sony's all-but-forgotten Syphon Filter franchise, it presented a series of stylish levels, a slick interface, cover-based gunplay and a generous array of weapons and gadgets.
Excerpt: As fans of Logan’s original PS1 adventures and his latest outing on PSP last year, we were quietly confident that Sony Bend’s second venture on PSP would meet the high standard set by Dark Mirror. Thankfully Logan’s Shadow equals the quality of its predecessor, but 18 months on, is that enough?