Conclusion: No spoilers, but the endings also feel a bit rushed and lack the coolness or effort that made finishing Deus Ex so satisfying. There are plenty of places where Deus Ex gets the upper hand, but then again, there are many where Human Revolution is the better.
Excerpt: Captain America: Super Soldier doesn't stray far from the template laid out by Arkham Asylum . This, however, is a positive, although following the same blueprint doesn't always end with the same result.
Excerpt: Captain America: Super Solider could well end up being the best surprise of 2011. It's quite fair to say that SEGA doesn't have a great track record when it comes to its Marvel titles (Thor anyone?), so I went into this expecting the worst.
Conclusion: And that was collecting whatever I could, going off the beaten track at every opportunity. I recommend you either pick this up cheap (£5/$8 max) or rent it. For achievement whores, it's as straightforward a max as you'll ever encounter.
Summary: Oh Sega... what am I going to do with you? Somehow, someway, you manage to continue securing the rights to the various Marvel comic movies (to make the video game versions) despite producing “less than stellar” products each and every time.
Excerpt: The chances are you have experienced Captain America at some point in your life, whether it be the summer’s successful foray in the series of Marvel movie blockbusters or one of the thousands of comics released over the years.
Excerpt: A buddy of mine at E3 told me that the Captain America game had actually turned out really well, the same way he'd have told me if he'd found a unicorn. Games based on summer blockbusters don't actually have to be good to earn money, and as a result, most of them aren't.
Excerpt: Captain America has been one of my heroes for an eon. He fights for America, and combats evil. In many ways Captain America is what many young men want to be. Especially those that consider joining the military. We had dreams of fighting evil and defeating them.