Summary: "Soldier Of Fortune: Payback," developed by Cauldron and published by Activision, can best be described as a seventh-gen version of the game "BLACK." It's all about blowing off the arms, legs, and heads of as many enemies as possible and causing massive damage everywhere you go.
Summary: While its not as bad as some reviews say, S.o.F: Payback is still kinda mediocre. The graphics and sound are ok but its hard to believe that this game released at $60 back in 2007 by the same publisher who released C.o.D 4 the same year.
Summary: I recently bought this on a trade in, mainly because the place where I got it didn't have anything else to choose from, and I was suprised that it's actually really fun. It doesn't have much of a story, but I don't think story really matters for this game, because this is all about the guns and the...
Summary: By activision value dev team. The game is a cheap run n gun fps. Don’t expect too much. Anything that doesn’t have a green reticule on it…kill it…kill it quick. The gfx are pretty good…better looking than games like haze. The MP is where it shines.
Summary: This game is an exercise in frustration. I hesitate to even call it a video game. SOF is full of bugs, has the worst AI I have ever seen and is poorly designed. It is a joke to suggest that the game was ever tested.