Summary: If this were the price of a full retail game then obviously it would deserve it's scorn. But for the price of a burger and fries, this is a very playable, easy, but short game. Sadly there was not one single person online to play the multiplayer portion, so you're left with a campaign that lasts about 5 hours. Shooting is easy, but the auto-aim is unreliable, so it's best to line up the reticle yourself.
Summary: First off the graphics are puke inducing, the only reason i gave a 2 instead of 1 is because the main characters model looks OK at best. So you enter the game and there is a helicopter scene, pretty promising, the character says the F word 4 times, no joke, and you see your squad, 2 guys who look like they have interesting back story's and dramatic, emotion character devolepme- dead, yep, 1 and a half minutes in and that promising squad is DEAD.
Summary: And I mean that, as Rogue Warrior plays ABSOULTELY IDENTICAL to ShellShock 2 BloodTrails, with the ONLY difference is that Rogue Warrior has a cover mechanic. I'm not surprised being that Rogue Warrior and ShellShock 2 were both made by developer Rebellion, and whether you see that as a good or bad thing is entirely up to you.