Excerpt: Reviewing a game like Breach is the ultimate test of journalistic integrity. I think I speak for many when I say that I'm always rooting for small development teams. I'm always hoping like hell for an awesome experience that bolts out of the blue and sends a shockwave through the entire gaming community. However, if I had to describe my experience with Breach in one word, it would be "uncomfortable.
Summary: Atomic Games has had a rough time leading up to the release of Breach . Originally developing the controversial Six Days in Fallujah , which had publisher Konami famously pull support, Atomic went on to salvage what it could to produce this multiplayer-only downloadable first-person modern military shooter. These days, it's difficult to produce a modern military shooter that doesn't waste away in the shadow of the genre's juggernauts.
Conclusion: FINAL VERDICT ============ For 1200MSP its too much, even if the maps are bigs its still too much, id say 800 or even maybe 600, only buy it if you really like fps or if you like to... walk... keep it short and snappy its shit. save you 1200 points for something decent theve put call of duty counterstrike and rainbow six vagas all in one YEAH it looks good on paper but when you play it its shit what does everybody do when you say destruable enviroments everybody uses...
Conclusion: Breach est un titre très honnête que les amateurs de FPS pourront se procurer sans trop d'hésitations. Pas vraiment exempt de défauts, Breach arrive tout de même à proposer un contenu convainquant, même s'il semble sortir d'une autre époque. Cependant, les joueurs habitués du genre trouveront ici une expérience multijoueurs digne de tout ce qu'il se fait à l'heure actuelle.
Pros: Grandes cartes, Des modes de jeux habituels, Pas de fioritures, juste du multi, Diversité des cartes et des modes de jeu
Cons: Des graphismes datés, Une certaine lourdeur dans les déplacements, Pas de distinction de niveau
Summary: " Breach " just isn’t quite good enough to cut the mustard in the crowded online shooter market. With average graphics and sound for the XBLA, and a host of connection issues over the course of a week, I wasn’t left impressed. However, with a decent online community that seems to be playing, and some decent use of destructible terrain, the game has its moments, for sure. I just wish there were more of them.
Conclusion: the Battlefield franchise than Call of Duty. Spurring the name of the game, gamers are encouraged to use C4 explosives to breach access points, especially in buildings, to enter in safely and fight possible occupying enemies without walking into a deadly line of fire. Gamers are supposed to use the destruction of buildings as a killing strategy, too, using explosions to crash buildings down on enemy forces inside.