Completely and unfairly underrated.
As I said before, the graphics are slightly dated, but really are pretty good, getting better as you go on. The lip sync is horrible though and is truly a shame as the voice acting is exccelent and would have beneffited from facial expressions to truly add the final graphical touch, but...alas, not so.
The music is a real treat, dark and broody, fitting the environment perfectly and the sound effects are also top notch, no complaints in this department.
There are about 10 sets of enemies that get repeated throughout the game, but some levels have exclusive enemies also. They are pretty hard to bring down, sometimes pumping whole magazines into them and they spawn up from all over the place, but be aware that as you progress you will find them easier as they all have weak spots, so if you just hit them wherever, they will be harder. Blow there head off or blow them up, use your magic, learn the game and you will see that your squad are much more badass than anything that they throw at you. Most levels have bosses and some are easier to defeat than others, as some of their weaknesses are not so obvious, but eventually you'll figure it out.
Another thing that got overcritisied are the quick time events. I found them to add depth to certain situations and in no way takked on. They can be slightly fast but once you get used to them, like everything else in this game, you'll be doing them flawlessly.
I do agree that the ending feels somewhat rushed and left wide open, judging that there will probably never be a sequel, (even though there definitely should be).
All in all I really enjoyed this game and would recomend it to anyone who enjoys dark occult horror movies or FPS with a touch of magical strategy thrown in, especially since you can find it at a low price.
Graphics= 7/10 (2 years ago would have been higher)
Playability=8/10 (Some game flaws can get on your nerves at times)
Sound and Music=10/10
Story=8/10 (Slightly confusing)