Conclusion: The game also features the coolest achievement ever, "kill a horse by punching it in the face." Which is worth a cool 100 points. I would not recommend this game for anyone unless they need to add an easy 1000 points to their gamerscore. You can find hundreds of games that do everything this game does just done way better.
Summary: With such an intriguing concept behind it, Darkest of Days only succeeds at squandering a good idea. It's a time travel game that seems content with just showing you what you've already seen before. Want to go to World War II again? Well, you don't have a choice. And the American Civil War and World War I aren't much better. Throw in some severe performance issues and you have one of the worst first-person shooters of the year!
Summary: This game is so badly done, so sloppy and unfinished, that it would be funny if it wasn't so frustrating. That it also squanders an interesting idea just makes it that much worse. Had the basic idea behind this game been as lousy as the rest of it, Darkest Of Days would've just been a crap shooter. As it is, it's a big disappointment, too.
Pros: Has an interesting premise., Won't distract you from important obligations., Good example of how not to make a game.
Cons: It squanders the aforementioned premise., Stupid enemies., Doesn't seem finished.