Summary: I'd like to preface this review with the understanding that this game is four years old. As such, I understand that it is way behind the times in current shooters. But, even still, this game is lacking to me, even behind shooters older than itself, such as Prey.
Summary: Recently got this game at LameStop for 4.99. With a price like that, it's basically a steal especially for this game. I'm going to go straight to the critiques: PRO: - Pretty decent graphics. - Had some scary moments or moments that put me on the edge of my seat, running for my life. - I like monster related games, that's why I chose this game. It delivers somewhat even though the variety of monsters was lacking. - Entertained me for a good number of hours.
Summary: I would recommend this game because it has great game play and also it was pretty cheap. I went and downloaded the demo off the net before I bought the game. I really like the glaive. Give it a try you'll like it.
Summary: Well, this game basically rips off that old Mark Hamill movie I saw on sci fi channel when I was a kid. It also steals a bit from Resident Evil 4 and Gears of War. Undaunted by all this I rather enjoyed myself while I was playing this, after all, if you're gonna steal, steal from the best. Then again, the Guyver kinda sucks, but in a good way. You play as Hayden Tenno, a CIA assassin in a Russian country in complete devastation from biological weapons exposure.
For $5 you can have some fun, but it's not going to change your life.
21 October 2009
Summary: This is a decent game, that gets some points in my book for being so cheap--at this price, I'm happy with the purchase and had some fun. The graphics are nothing new, but they are certainly effective. In fact, the Russian setting in a variety of cold war bases, gulags, cemeteries, and other creepy Soviet-style locations are all very well done, varied, richly detailed and evocative.
Summary: Put simply, Dark Sector is a fun game. The game has unique puzzles that incorporate the various abilities of the glaive, this unique weapon that your character "Hayden" uses throughout the game. The glaive eventually gains an ability called "aftertouch", which allows you to steer the glaive toward your enemies or objectives by taking on the third-person view of the glaive itself -- you travel along with it, in slow-motion, until it hits its intended target..
Summary: I'll say this... Dark Sector reminded me heavily of a very popular game and movie franchise combined with a little known anime franchise. Of course I'm referring to Resident Evil, and the anime is The Guyver. The creators of the game seemed to have both of these in mind when they put it together. The story is pretty basic. You play Hayden, a secretive special operative working for the CIA.
Summary: Finally the long awaited Dark Sector has hit the shelves and sadly it just came short of meeting HALF of its expectations. Visually the game is phenomenal but unfortunately there's only so much scenery can do for the entertainment value of a game. The story is very cliché and lacks the ability to really get you involved and suck you in; for the most part Hayden (who you play as) comes off as a very one-dimensional character with your cliché "past that haunts him" so...
Summary: started playing this game awhile back, and really kinda got into but something about the game lacks. not sure what so it was one of those games that just sits in the cabnite now. However there are a few things that i though where new or different, there's just was a few too many small issues that made into an ok game but could have been a great game, thnaks