Summary: Defiance for one could be a good game but you have to wait literally hours on end for there updates to complete. Then when you log off then back one you have a ton more updates waiting for you. Mind you this is before you even start playing the game. The price you have to pay for purchasing there lock boxes is set way to high. I could go on and on but I think I have made my point.
Summary: 1 -. Gambling is not new, had overlapping stamps on the box-shaped container. 2 -. Missing sticker of defiance. 3 -. Striped came with black plastic part where he makes mention of the 30 days of xbox live. superimposed stamps that and made me think it was not new, and pay for something that is not new and classified as new. Amazon expect some kind of reward or discount for my next purchase. but I have to accept that what I like most of all is the figure ...
Summary: Because I did not get everything I expected to get with the Collector's Edition as I had expected. I did not get the Codes for the extra inventory slots, the 7 day xp/ego boost, the exclusive red armor outfit, and the exclusive weapon. It was not noted in the advertisement of the merchandise that these codes would not be included with the purchase so i assumed i would be getting them. This was supposed to be a purchase of a new item.
Summary: Unfortunately the server issues are killing the game.The game itself is fun but something is always broken. It's been a long time since launch so it's not new MMO workout issues. After weeks and weeks it just gets worse, time outs, lag, dropped/lost items, inability to use social menus, chats don't work right, region locking, yada, yada...time to move on...
Summary: From day one the game was already full cheats and hackers - yeah the kids know where to find them or buy them to ruin the game for others - the play is jerky the graphics mediocre and the story line dull. Pass it by.
Summary: Being a long time MMO player and also a sci-fi geek, i was really looking forward to this game, and seeing how they integrated the TV show. I bought the game on day one of launch and fought on through the constant bugs, server crashes and prime time maintenance. After giving this game about 2 1/2 weeks of almost nightly play i just dont find myself interested enough to log in on a regular basis.
Summary: Many of you may already be part of the new game console generation with a PS4 or Xbox One, but I currently am not. However, the last 12 months has seen some of the trends of the new generation affecting the last. Huge loading times is one. ‘Grand Theft Auto 5’ on the 360 took about half an hour to install before you could play. This is nothing compared to the ridiculous download you need to start playing ‘Defiance’ and when you load the game up, was it even worth it?
Summary: After having to delete so much off of my hard drive, I have been very frustrated waiting for patches. Once into the game play I thought the concept was excellent, however this wasn't really realised. The graphics aren't exactly cutting edge & I personally found the missions not engaging enough. After a while I just find myself pointlessly driving round, randomly killing things to keep the interest level up. Shame but not for me.