Summary: The only reason why I've given this game a one star is because the seller gave me a broken disc. They said it worked perfectly but it had a crack in it so I wasn't even able to start the game. The worst part is that they wouldn't take it back because it was out of their 30 day money back thing, and of course it would be because it took them 2 weeks just to send it and then another week just to get the game!
Summary: Excellent Delivery. A++++++++++++++++++++ Product. ACME Arsenal brings my entire family heartache and pain, which is what they were looking for in an adventure game. They play the game for hours and ask me for help with the toughest levels. This game really was well done.
Summary: Let me start with the bad; there are some camera problems. However, I have not played a platforming game without camera problems. Some people think Mario64 was the best ever but I couldn't play that because the camera was awful. If you are the type of person that loves FPS (as most people are these days) you should avoid this game because you won't like it because you are closed-minded and you have unrealistic expectations.
Summary: I'm not a gamer, but let me tell you what the kids say: "It's okay." I.e., boring. Some of the levels/objectives are a little confusing, the graphics aren't all that hot, and controlling the figures aren't as intuitive as others. We've had this game about nine months, and I don't think I've seen it played in the last three. If it disappeared, no one would notice. Which gives me an idea...