Despite the bad reviews and the fact I played for an hour this game last year without finishing it, i said to myself to give it another chance. So, I did. The game isn't much and it can keep you in front of the monitor for, let's say, seven or eight hours. The story isn't much: you have to save your family (in the end your daughter from some infamous ex-friends. It's a little squad-based game because at certain points in the game you can control either your partner, Lynch, or other characters. You point the spot and he'll go there and so it's easier to manage in chaotic shot exchange. Sadly the graphics are not much and it's way too easy to finish it. I give it a seven because I had some unpretentious quality time with a B game, and that is because I love FPS. The multiplayer lobbies are empty. The controls respond well enough, sadly you can't roll over like in other third person shooters.
As it says on the back of the game box, this is "... an epic crime drama offering volatile single and CO-OP play ..." Really? So ... where is the co-op? Someone in that publishing company needs to check games for feature... Read Full Review
To start off, I'd like to tell any serious readers who are looking for real information on this game to actually read most of these 1.0-3.0 scores, and realize that they all sound as if they were all written by the same ... Read Full Review