Summary: I want to get this out of the way, Section 8: Prejudice is not a bad game, in fact, it's a great arcade game and one that you will find at an affordable price. Maybe what people didn't like from this game was the single-player which is really average at it's best and the AI is just really unfair...
Summary: It's sad day to find unique and good game like this gets so low scores. If you have patience to learn the game's basics, this game is great. What's so unique about this game? Unique spawning system for example.
Summary: ok this is a very simple review, i paid 15 bucks and the game was worth every penny. so i have to review this game as i see it/play it without taking the price into account. well thats pretty hard because it must be said that 15 bucks here gets you more content than many full retail.
Summary: First and foremost. **** IGN. **** all the "professional" reviewers that have a boner for cod. And **** all the reviewers that can't see the excellence in other FPS. This game isn't perfect but compared to other psn games this is easily a 10.
Summary: Oops, accidentally did the review for the Xbox360 version. Click the here for the review: http://www.gameinformer.com/games/section_8_prejudice/b/user_reviews/archive/2011/08/01/section-8-prejudice-ps3-review-accidentally-did-the-last-one-for-xbox360.aspx
Summary: No other choice than to give this game a 10 for the fact that many retail $59.99 games don't come close to the fun factor of this game and this one still manages to be slightly innovative for $14.99.
Summary: $14.99 What do we get? 5hr Single Player which is done nicely, 32 Player Online, Various Game Modes, there is even a Co-Op Mode. Many ways to customise your character/class/weapons, U can save VARIOUS loadouts for different situations, The game also has Dedicated Regional Servers = Less LAG compared...
Summary: This might go down as the best PSN game to ever be released. I am serious this is a game that should have been released for $60 in stores. For a price point of $15 you get the most bang for your buck. Singleplayer lasts anywhere from 5-6 hours and is actually very enjoyable.