Summary: I was not expecting much when I picked this up. I'd read the reviews on this, and other sites, and knew not to expect anything earth shaking. All I was looking for was a fun, gun fueled romp. Unfortunately, Bodycount couldn't even deliver that.
Summary: What a lackluster game. A sub-par shooter that screams like it belongs on the PS2 or the original XBox. Bodycount is an incredibly basic shooter game. No special weapons, no sniper guns, a silenced pistol you never need, and several machine-gun style weapons that are all the same.
Summary: This game is a brand new level of racism. I've played it for a few hours now, and I killed hundreds of black people. Also they are the dumbest enemies in video game history, making the Goombas from Super Mario Brothers looking like geniuses.
Summary: Well, there's nothing you can say about this game but CODEMASTERS has messed up again for the quadrillionth time first ruining Operation Flashpoint and now BLACK (This game spiritual successor) yeah messed up controls, no iron sights, generic stuff, this game is rubbish pieces stuck together by an...
Summary: We all know that when the mechanics of an FPS don't work, the game falls apart, Well, in BODYCOUNT that's exactly the problem, and that isn't the only issue. The game's destructive shooting aspect is probably the best thing BODYCOUNT has to offer.
Summary: The game is unfinished. You go to one place (similar) to another place ( similar) with no reason or plot, they left out the cut scenes and forgot to put in some sort of story. There are just 3 type of environment recycled over and over.
Summary: I still remember its spiritual predecessor Black on the original Xbox being ahead of it's time, while that give everything the gamer wanted this is a disaster! While in some parts it feels like better things are to come, eventually it gets so bad I completed the earlier levels merely for the sake of...