Summary: singleplayer is just a training mode, multiplayer can be extremely addictive if you play it with friends, be sure to recheck the live-multiplayer mode cause it was just OVERRUN by players at release lets hope for a full price release!!
Summary: The single player portion of the game is lacking, since it has an obvious emphasis on multiplayer. But once you try it with a friend, the game shines. Everyone should try it (specially since it's free). I did and liked it a lot. Maybe it won't last a year or 6 months, but it's a good deal anyway. I know I had a lot of fun with friends.
Summary: Another free game, but this quickly becomes a chore and instantly forgettable. The single player is OK, however you can't experience playing online because there is NO ONE to play with online! With a little more polish and ideas this would have been great, as it stands this is only good for easy achievements!
Summary: Gave it a 6 mainly because it was free. Give it a shot. It's alright. Not as good as Crash Course that came out for free at the same time. Real easy 200 gamer-score if your into that kind of thing.
Excerpt: "...I missed them. I downloaded Harm's Way for free a couple of months ago and to my knowledge it is still free to download now. ==Download & Installation== Downloading Harm's Way was a very quick and easy process. The download speed will vary depending on your internet speed but as it is a relatively small file it still shouldn't take too long. I think mine finished downloading and installing and it was ready to play within the time it took me to make ...
Pros: It is a generally good game and it's fun too !
Summary: **Harm's Way (XBLA). ** Harm's Way is a game available for the Xbox 360 through the Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) for download only. This game is not available to purchase on a disc in the shops. The game is produced in co-operation with Doritos and the main menus feature a little Doritos logo but other than these there are no other references to the brand during the game, or if there are then they are so small that I missed them.