Bodycount it your typical first person shooter. The game has decent graphics and a acceptable frame rate. Occasionally you may experience a delay in some cut scenes between your "missions" due to a problem in the frame rate. The gameplay is lacking generally due to a lack of Aim down sight (ADS). Your enemies are the common thugs you see in most shooters. One element in the game that is quite impressive though is that the missions seem to never quite be the same exact thing. It's nice not to have to play the same copied and pasted missions over and over like other shooters. Anyone interested in multiplayer may be disappointed. The multiplayer is dated and barely supported. Modes like deathmatch and team deathmatch are your choices and don't provide a fun multiplayer experience. You will most likely not be able to play regardless due to the player count. There is another mode for coop but that isn't very exciting either. If you want a game that will keep you satisfied for 8-10 hours that you don't really want to take serious. Then go ahead and rent this game. If you want a shooter that you can play online and aim down sight look elsewhere.
posted by Freyjador (CENTRAL SQUARE, NY) Dec 5, 2012
Member since Mar 2012
When I play a FPS, there a scheme I prefer. I like being able to aim down sites, I like being able to start with decent weapons and I like having some sort of story.
None of this existed in the game. Sure, there may have been "a story" (and I'm using that term lightly) but in the opening I felt nothing. Controls were all messed up (Who knifes with the Circle? Circle should be either crouch, weapon swap or action) and I aiming was just zooming in slightly with smaller cross hairs. Glad I didn't pay money for this, but I did waste a gamefly slot.