Summary: The glaive is given to u in the second level & is probably your most devastating weapon. It can be thrown powerful enough to decapitate, dismember & maim enemies. You can also control it with pinpoint precision, slowing time down to really hit those dismember points. The only word to describe this is awesome game.
Summary: this is a fun game a little short but still fun and most of the fun ones are short. you play as a sort of one man assasin for an organization that is all and you get infeceted buy a drug that turns your skin at least part of your skin to metal and you get this cool glave that you trow like a boomerage and as you play thought the game you get some neat tricks you can do with it. and you can buy differnt guns also to use in the game.
Summary: It's not the best game ever made, not by a long shot, but many designers could learn at thing or two about how to nail down some ATMOSPHERE from this game! Even if that is the best thing it's got going for it... well that and the dismembering spinning disc of death that's attached to your arm. You know, that old thing. Visually, this game is very tight. The bleak, grey, stone walls that surround you. The faded yellow of the soldiers' bio-suits.
Summary: I just played through the campaign and overall I am quite satisfied with this gaming experience. The glaive is an awesome weapon in addition to your handgun/shotgun/rifle. I thought the gameplay never got old; there was a good mix of needing to use the glaive, firearm, and melee attacks in the disposal of your enemies. Initially I thought the controls were clunky, but I eventually got used to them and it wasn't so bad in retrospect.