Summary: This game should have been good, with the brilliant Orson Scott Card as the storywriter and renowned video game musician Tommy Tallarico as the sound track creator, but it isnt. The story line is very derrivitive and dull, the graphics are seriously outdated, the flick targeting system is annoying and unresponsive, the frame rate was aweful, and there were tons of bugs and glitches littered through out the game.
Forget the tech issues, the game itself is seriously flawed
Karrigan Ambrian "Karri", Amazon
17 June 2005
Summary: First off, I have to say that most people who played this game complained about the glitches. I have noticed none. No glitches, no bugs. The framerate is bad, true - think playing an MMORPG in a crowded city on a modem connection. Well, I HAVE done that before, so the framerate didn't bother me. It's the game itself that makes me wish I held on to that $50. You can upgrade your firearms the more you use them. This sounds like a Good thing.