I couldn't even get past the opening scene. Telling you to run but gives you no direction on where to go meanwhile it's bad enough you can barely move because you are injured, but then you have creatures coming after you. After the 4th time trying to figure out where to go and seeing the secure area signs, you still can't get there because your guy doesn't move fast enough. LAME!!! Nice opening. I don't have the patience for this kind of stuff to open a game.
First let me said if you can't switch the controls from inverted in a first person shooter, it almost IS NOT a first person shoot then, more like a bad action game, at best.. And that is what I found with DS2 with the first 20 min, I couldn't get past playing it for more then 30 min, with such horrible controls I simply just gave up on this game. After changing the controls to inverted I found it was a bit better but still aiming down the sites of any gun would leave me aiming back to non-inverted controls, moving inverted, shooting NOT inverted, with the options setting on invterted, can you say "horrible design?" I still could not aim, at all. I looked like a 2 year old trying to move my way around the screen. With buggy camera angels and by far the worst control lay out I've seen on any game I had this sad game back in the mail box maybe 45min after opening it. Do NOT waist your time with this game, unless maybe you play non-inverted and enjoy really bad games.
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This game looked a lot cooler it the promo videos. I mean, it's partly my fault since I never purchased the first game, but come on.. I at least thought they would give you a summary of what happens (similar to how they do it in Mass Effect 2.)