gamers (47%) found this review helpful
Watching the opening movie. I thought this was going to be a great game, was I disappointed! I managed to make it to the last level in the first chapter called Sharpshooter, after getting killed 15 times there I gave up. The load out system in the garage was confusing, maybe it is clearer if you have the instruction book instead of generic control lists. I sent the game back the next day.
Ok, The game itself is very solid. Graphics are nice, controls are easy (Given you can switch them around freely if you don't like the default), multiplayer is fun, my only problem with the game is auto aim. When you're doing the singleplayer missions, Aerial Interdiction for example, sometimes you have to take out certain targets in a short amount of time. The problem is, the auto aim never lets you target what you need to kill, so you kind of have to drag over the target a few times until it locks on. There are also small areas for a few of the missions, semi disappointing when you can fly around so well. That can get annoying, but for the most part singleplayer is solid. When you make your core choice, if your choice isn't working for the missions you're up to, remember selling pieces gives the full price, so you can just swap out light/heavy body pieces and weapons for what you need to do.