Summary: Compared to Halo, yes, this game isn't great, but as far as unique quality and concepts, this game nailed it. The story is unique, the environment and atmosphere this game creates is extraordinary. I know this game is old and the graphics are dated, but it still plays better than most games released today, and most importantly, it's fun.
Summary: I got the XBOX version. It's a decent FPS, but I found it to be a bit too repetitive for my taste. You fight the same aliens over and over again. Every once in a while, they do throw experiments-gone-wrong to go after you. This game did come out during the 360's early days, so I do have to cut it some slack. I got to play this game a bit back in 06' and I remember it like I now see Mass Effect 2 or Left 4 Dead 2. Fast forward to 2011 and it didn't look so hot anymore.
Summary: But with crazier level design and bizarre weapons but its entertaining. oh and good luck trying to get those online achievements the online community is dead. But you can get a group of players to help you.
Still looks good 4 years later, 3.99 at gamestop, 2k game fun.
W. freeman, Amazon
4 March 2010
Summary: I think this was really the beginning of great 2k fps games, followed now by the Bioshocks and Borderlands(also others i can't think of right now) they have rally made a name for themselves. You play as an indian named Tommy who is in love with a girl named Jennifer and is torn between his native heritage and her love. When abducted by Aliens you escape near death only to be thrown into a world of madness and sick revolting creatures to save your girls life, in space.
It's a great game as long as you remember when it came out.
21 December 2009
Summary: The game is a nice twist from your casual shooter, even more then you might think, it has a very nice environment (from a old indian/western bar to a crazy spaceship even all the surface of a planet the size of a softball (you are proportional to the size of the planet obviously)), some crazy type weapons ranging from your green bug thing that you rip a leg of off to use as a grenade to a rifle that has a alien eyeball that pops out of the gun so you can zoom in.
Summary: I was pleasantly surprised when I purchased this game (for $10) and found the look and feel to be similar to other sci-fi horror games I love like Doom 3, Quake 4 and Dead Space. Since it was in a discount bin, I expected an almost unplayable half finished game, but since it was about the cost of a rental, I bought it anyway and it has been worth every penny. It seems very complete without glitches, mechanics and physics are top notch.
Summary: This is much like the DOOM series, first person shooter. The game has excellent graphics with a variety of alien weapons and creatures to kill. Traveling around a ship that is strange, going through little crates and in a different part of the ship after you go through it. Places that the normal person can't reach, turn into a ghost and continue with your misson. The two things that I really didn't like about the game is that its pretty straight forward.
Summary: Humanhead's final product culminates in an excellent, deep first-person shooter experience that, right now, is unrivaled on Xbox 360. There really is nothing quite like it. The selling points are many. The spirit feature doesn't, in fact, get too repetitive when you die. Instead, it prevents you from re-covering already well-tread ground. The wall and ceiling climbing may make some gamers motion sick, but for the most part the experience is really, really fun.