gamers (90%) found this review helpful
I don't always write reviews, but when I do. I prefer Deus Ex.
On a more serious note, I am surprised this game does not have a higher rating. Easily one of the best games this year. There are multiple ways to do almost every single objective in the game. Gameplay is exciting and smooth throughout. Bust in shooting, or sneak through invisible, the choice is totally up to you.
Perhaps the best part of this game is the storyline. You actually feel like a part of it. It sucks you in like so many games fail to do. You actually have choices instead of predetermined paths.
No doubt in my top 5 games of all time. Great, Great, Great.
This game is a must have....great story, massive maps and multiple ways to play it. (non-linear platform). The story can alter depending on your choices and actions. The take downs are awesome and weapons are nice. No Melee weapons.
The GUI is well developed in detail. The weapon inventory system has a feel like Resident Evil and Metal Gear.
The AI is smart but coded with a pattern. Another words, you observe the enemy long enough you can recognize where hes going. If this was super random, the intensity would be hot.
The only thing I would of wanted different was multiple outfits. He wears the same gear.
I was super impressed by this game....once you finish it....wait for the credits to end.
gamers (82%) found this review helpful
Let me put this straight before i go into detail: this was a GREAT game. Not only did it allow me to upgrade and purchase new skills so that my fighting style could be curved into an offensive or stealthy way, but it also immersed me into a world. And thats what makes this game great, THATS what reminds me of games like Fallout 3 and Red Dead Redemption where you really felt like part of the society.
Graphics/Visual: That a flaw at all (hah rhyme). Sure, there may have been tiny graphics bug ONCE in the game, but it was easily avoidable and i didn't really notice it until i looked straight at it. Sound is crisp and you wont notice any bugs in that.
Gameplay: Do you rush into the room, guns a'blazing? Or do you sneak into a side room by by hacking a computer so that you can find a safer, more quieter, route? The game lets you make decisions like that all the time and sometimes exploring both paths grants you rewards.
Overall: The game immersed me in a world and storyline no other. Sure, there have been cyborg-future-reinassance scenarios before but this one truly deserves a place in the "Memorable PS3 Games" category i believe.
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