Summary: Dark Void is a very underrated game. The shooting and flying mechanics are solid, the graphics are average. The story is really good during the first 65% of the game, the second half of the game is okay. I love Dark Void and i think more people should try it, you just might end up liking it.
Summary: I was actually pleasantly surprised about how good this game was. Graphics were pretty good and it runs extremely well on current pc's. Interesting story, although it does seem to steal all the best sacrifice plot points from the past 10 years and mash it in to one game. It was entertaining though. The fps sections can be a grind but the unique cover system does keep things interesting until you get back to flying.
Summary: First off, this isn't the greatest game ever. Why? the cutscenes are very short and information just kinda isn't shared but the characters all know everything already. Besides that poor story telling aspect, the game has an understandable progression (why are you at a location and what are you doing is obvious). The graphics were good, made it so you knew wherre and what everything was. The gameplay though, oh man, the gameplay makes this game amazing!
Summary: I am often forgiving of PC games which have so-so reviews, on the assumption that over time the developer will fix problems with patches. This has not happened with this game. It will crash randomly, crash on launch, crash on loading a game, it crashes a lot. I haven't been able to get far into the meat of the game due to the crashes. This is 2013, so the game will not be fixed.
Summary: dark void is awesome. you start off flying into the bermuda triangle and end up in a new dimension where a war is being raged on between these snake god things and humans. its not all dogfights but even that is cool the way they did it. its like an aerial shooter.
Summary: Wow, this is pretty sad how bad this game is. Unpatched, takes way to long to kill an enemy, need polishing... UGH! Capcom needed to take their times with this one. Oh... What Could Have Been....
Summary: This game surprised me at how good it was. The graphics are great right off the bat. The one thing that irked me is that melee combat is so easy to perform, and you can kill the robots easier with melee than a gun. Gun combat takes forever to kill, but the guns are fun. This isn't the best for Black Ops gamers, but if your parents dont let you get m for mature games, this may be a pleasant fit.
Summary: This is a completely unremarkable first-person shooter. Evidently some alien robots are plotting something dastardly in the jungles of Central America, and it's your job to make your way through their base of operations, shooting them as they obligingly pop out from behind obstacles in native villages (whose city planners for some reason seem to have designed their living quarters to resemble paintball arenas).