Summary: When this game was announced back in E3 of 2010 as a first person shooter, the response was very negative. A man named SpoonyOne stated "Betrayal" on the X-Com faithful. Three years later, the game is released. Since then, the game was re-branded as a third person shooter with tactical elements.
Summary: This game has an interesting premise; its the 1960s and an alien invasion comes to Earth. A secret group, XCOM, is the world's last defense and you're playing the main character, William Carter. That's where the fun ends.
Summary: I had read discouraging reviews about this game, but I was a big fan of XCOM: Enemy Unknown and the price on the Bureau had dropped low enough that I was willing to take the chance. I am so glad I did. I KILLED this game and enjoyed every moment.
Summary: I hate shooter type games where they claim you can get in cover and survive, yet in EVERY section you run through, you die over and over. Again here is another game with the autosave feature, rather than a save anywhere you want to feature, so that when you encounter yet ANOTHER death, you have to...
CoD has its place but I prefer a good singler player campaign
29 July 2014
Summary: I generally dont leave reviews but some times you feel things get underrated. Im and older gamer, CoD has its place but I prefer a good singler player campaign. Thats a bit of a rarity these days, but this had a fun solid story with good tight gun play and characters.
Summary: Aliens. I wanted a game like mafia or car thief auto or splitter cell. Something cool. Instead I got this and it came with aliens and a super weak story. It runs on a similar engine used in terminator and gears of war. Totally boring and 100% linear. Too bad.