Good premise, poor execution. Destructable world, many vehicles/weapons, and a good story offset by numerous glitches.
TokyoBrit wrote this review on .
Cut scenes were immersive with a good story and the initial "training" mission was spot on with introducing you to the various controls and actions you can take.
However, once the euphoria - from blowing up everything I could see and driving through every available shack - wore off, and I had actually started playing the game in earnest, I began to notice numerous issues with gameplay than had me googling for a patch the day after I installed the brand new game.
Graphics were choppy except at low resolutions, vehicle control was sloppy and erratic (not to mention very slow turrets), there were some strange world events (such as riderless cruisers driving down the road), and AI glitches on the NPC escort missions (they wouldn't follow).
All of the above soured my enjoyment of the game, which is a shame since I had been looking forward to some quality time with it.
Once the patches have resolved the issues, I'm sure this will be a great game to play, single player or online.