Summary: It's a good game for the price even if it is on the hard side. I'm surprised that a collectors edition version has fallen in price to $5, but I'm not complaining. I remember when it used to cost $70 when it was new and now it's almost free. You would almost think the game was crap for so low a price, but it's actually a fairly decent game.
fun 'old school' fps, but there are better ones out now...
Eddie the Lizard, Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: I bought this for the added bots in multiplayer despite the gameplay itself being 'old school' (no jumping? lol) but nowadays every fps comes with a multiplayer with added bots option, which makes this game obsolete. I haven't played it since after i got it as there are much better games out there now. Don't get me wrong, it's a great game for its time, but it just can't stand up to them as it's basically outdated.
Summary: This is a nice game to have for my collection. I first played it with my brother a long time ago. When I saw it was for around $10 i decided to get one for myself. comes with a bonus disc but there's not much in it. Just a few videos of the making and one sound track and a few icons. The steel book is great quality though.
Valdyr Gramr Ulfr-Tyr "-Hold the Heathen Hamm..., Amazon
15 October 2013
Summary: Grew up with golden eye, and my neighbor had the first one in the perfect dark series. Anyways...as a launch title it is alright though there is a lot of repetitive gameplay...the story is hard to focus on...and, it feels more like a Splinter Cell reject game rather than a proper sequel to Perfect Dark...also, if you're a graphics hound...don't pick this up as the graphics are last gen...the gameplay is the only thing really holding this at a 3.