To be honest, I wasn't really expecting much from this game. There just wasn't much sorrounding the game to have it make a big deal in this industry. Keep in mind I've played both Xbox and PC version of this game. This review is based on the Xbox version for as the PC version was unplayable on my machine, (Barton 2500+ 512MB PC3200 DDR400 Dual Channel RAM, GF4Ti4400 128 DDR, SB Audigy MP3+) The above statement says pretty much all that needs to be said about the PC version. But moving passed that... GFX: Crap, bottom line, just trash, for how the game runs, gfx do not do this game justice. SOUND: Only thing in this game I found that works. VALUE: *yawn* This game is a chore to play if anything and these bio upgrades are pointless. GAMEPLAY: DX2 isn't too bad it just isn't too good either, it's nothing we haven't seen before and replay value, it seems, to me at least, is worthless.
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