Summary: I figured I'd buy this game for the cheap price of $4 thinking it would a cheap game to boost my gamerscore and get some fun out of it. I WAS WRONG! It starts off interesting because its got a cool concept to start off with. You use the "glaive" to sever enemies' limbs, which was fun at first but that gets to be wayyy too repetitive. You'll be doing an objective in the game and enemies will just keep attacking you and spawning randomly which interrupts you a lot.
Summary: The visuals are the only redeeming factor of the game. Digital Extremes did indee rise to the challange of creating an aesthetically pleasing game. Some areas were dark making it difficult to figure out what was going on. The combat system is boring and monotonous. The character does not do anything miraculous. He shoots with the left and glaives with the right. For those who don't know this concept is not new. Go watch Krull and see for yourself.
Summary: Dark sector on first instance looks like its going to be a scary horror game and surprisingly is more of an action horror. You start of as Hayden Tenno vice my Smallville's Michael Rosenbaum. As a CIA agent your armed with a gun and investigate a possible infection. However in the process you get infected and in the process turn your arm into that of a different creature.