Summary: Seriously I'm not sure why they are even trying to sell this. Chromehounds was a good game back when the game's servers were still up and running. Now your just buying a tutorial without a game attached to it.
Summary: What to say of a game like this? For starters, this game is horrible for anyone to play. I'm pretty sure a toddler at the age of 4 or 5 will have more fun with this game than the average gamer. The story mode is far too slow for anyone to move on further unless you want your brains to bleed out over the boredom and slow pace quality. The story mode is just a way to prepare the players for online mode. The online mode is the only thing this game has to offer.
Summary: The game looks good and has a solid them. But is difficult to follow and is poorly lit. The addition of an IFF radar would be a big help. I bought it and played for a few hours but after that it just collects dust.
Shane A. Steinhauser "longtime gamer and all ..., Amazon
10 July 2007
Summary: The servers for this game have been taken down. The single player mode is little more than a tutorial for the online multiplayer. With the servers down you cannot play multiplayer. So essentially this game is unplayable. If you buy the disk you will be buying little more than a demo.
Summary: Sadly, this was an acceptable game with many flaws that was sort of fun. Until they crippled it completely by shutting down the servers. Now it's completely unplayable. You cannot even use the mechs you built with online parts because now all your parts are gone. You can't play with friends, because there is are no servers. You can't even host your own game because they didn't think that far ahead. You can't get 1000 gamer points because there is no online service.