Summary: When I picked up this game i thought wow this is bad, however after i played for a few more hours found it to be enjoyable. There are plenty and unlocks in the game which makes processing through the game a lot more interesting and rewarding. But! the game does have some connection issues and also some bugs but overall for the price I thought the game was ok.
Summary: I was hoping for an arcade Battlefield 3 and well, I didn't get it. The visuals I will let slide due to the fact it's an arcade game and cannot compete with retail games but when they said it had destructible environments I was hoping for a bit more then I got. The guns 's do look pretty good but the shooting is a whole other story. Don't get me started on the bad matchmaking, the game needed a lot more development time and to be honest a better developer.
Summary: Breach is a game that combines the "pure fun/crap graphics" attitude of Counter Strike and the taking-cover ability of a Tom Clancy title. Early players will likely get frustrated with the game, and that's how we get the negative reviews on this site. Some people will finally jump that hurtle and discover that Breach is an awesome multiplayer game with interesting, though not original, mechanics.
Summary: First thoughts when I first started playing this game were "This is going to take a while to level up with all this lag and lack of players", but once you get into to the game and start unlocking perks and weapons, running around a map with a light machine gun shooting out the supports of a building and watching as the player below gets crushed becomes really amusing.
Summary: Holy crap, what a terrible game! Take an outdated version of the old Counter-Strike, add in a little bit of environment destruction, include the frustration of spawning all the way back at the end of a map after getting camped by two guys behind cover, and you've got Breach. There's nothing fun about this game. Save your MS Points and pass on this game.
Summary: The worst game I have ever downloaded from Xbox live. The game glitches and crashes my xbox 360 often.Recent updates and patch to this game did not improve matters at all. Sometimes you`ll end up playing 2 people against 6 people because the matchmaking is terrible .The maps are far too big and you spawn at the very back of the maps.The graphics are ok but the game is so slow and choppy that its virtually unplayable.The sounds is also bad with most of the guns sounding...
Summary: First off, I have played this game for quite a bit, 18 hours exact. The game is fun, but you have to play over 10 games to really get into it. I give it an 8 because its fun, but it takes a while to really get into. As for the bugs and glitches, most of them are fixed with a few small patches, and can be easily avoided by using the server browser filter. I believe that the game was well worth my money for 18+ hours and I still play it off and on.
Summary: It's a good game, you just need to fit in it, but from the very beginning it remembered me a fantastic game I loved: America's Army. I spent 3 years in a clan o games like these and for sure Breach is a technical and tactical game. The best part of it will probably comes out with two organised and collaborative teams playing against each other.
Summary: When I watched the trailer I got really excited about the game, and it was really cheap which is always awesome. I cant complain about the intense action in the game that is really enjoyable and the action cover system is terrific and adds a special touch to the game since you don't really see this in many fps games.
Summary: For a $15 dollar download-only title, Breach is a remarkably deep and well designed tactical shooter. As the shell of what could have been (Six Days In Fallujah, developed by Atomic but unable to be published due to Iraq war controversy), Breach creates a comfortable niche for itself in a market filled to the brim with first person shooters.