I have never reviewed a game before this monstrosity. Yet, I feel inclined to aid the next poor fellow you thinks he/she will let their curiosity take the best of them and guide them towards renting this game. If you like dying repeatedly because you can not see your enemy, feel free to rent this game. Also, the aim axis is so off, it's as if the characters are shooting while intoxicated. It is impossible to see anything during certain points of the game. During certain scenes the game environment will become pitch black, not allowing the gamer to maneuver or react to the barrage of shooting from the endless squadron of enemies that continue to show up at any given level. Do not bother taking cover it doesn't work, either because you will often have to safe the other characters in the game from going Rambo, or because you will get shot no matter what you are hiding behind.
If the GMF's rating scale could go to the negative rate scale, I would give this game a negative 3 (-3).
Who ever purchased this game, should ask for a refund, or sue the manufacture for insulting the general populace with such a waste of time and game disc.
In my book anyway, this is the worst PS3 game I have played.
Yeah...if I wanted to die every 2 seconds on easy, I would have no reason to play games.
Gameplay = 0
Graphics = 1
Story = 0
Control = 0
Puzzle Solving = -10
The gameplay itself falls out like vomit. I cannot believe they are making a sequel. The controls then exaccerbate the already bad gameplay, by namely getting you killed every other minute, or just flat out not working how they should. And then to put a cherry on top they insult you with amazingly poor graphics. If that isn't enough, they throw some strewn together story that makes Ballistic: Eks vs. Sever look like genius story telling. And then when you're down on the floor unconscious from just how bad this game is, they kick you square in the family jewels with the -10 puzzle solving, because basically, there are no puzzles to solve, no special weapons usage, scaling walls, finding clues, etc.