Summary: Recommended. "Project SnowBlind" is a cool Xbox Live game, but hardly anybody is ever online to play it! That's a real shame because this game has a lot of weapons & features that make it fun & interesting. You can even set up clans to play the usual shooters events like capture the flag & deathmatch, etc. There is downloadable content available too. Good graphics & many different vehicles add to "SnowBlinds'" replayability factor.
Summary: This was the most fun game I've played in a while. The best part of this game is the ridiculous amount of weapons and gadgets. There are so many that you have to remind yourself to use them all. I kept falling in love with one gun and forgetting about the other ones. They're all good but some are more versatile. This game has the best "gun sounds" that I've ever heard.
Summary: "Project Snowblind" began life as a title that would exist in the same universe of the "Deus Ex" games (in fact, the early title was "Deus Ex: Clan Wars") but evolved into its own game outside the Deus Ex universe, although if you've played the "Deus Ex" series, there will be much to remind you of Ion Storm's superb cyber-punk thriller. The player takes on the role of Lt.
Summary: Project Snowblind is a solid FPS. It's selling points (bio-mods, pilotable vehicles and fellow NPC soldiers) have been taken straight out of other games, but it doesn't hinder the experience. A fun, engrossing shooter that should be considered by action fans, especially those who'll enjoy the near-future sci-fi setting.
Summary: What was developed as the next Deus Ex game became so dumbed down (but in a good way) that it got a whole new name - Project Snowblind. The problem solving is replaced with non-stop action, that mostly pays off. Some set pieces are fantastic and any first person action fan will love this. There are a few drawbacks though that stop this being the classic it so nearly is.