So far I'm loving the game. With the massive delay over the console versions I was very skeptical that they were going to be able to pull this one off but the managed to amaze me. Most console/pc games these days are ripe with console influences like bad menu system and crappy controls, while these influences are defiantly present in the game; they are not as prevalent as other titles such as gta4. In game help for the most part mirrors the correct controls, however a couple of messages told me to hit the 360 equivalent buttons instead of its mouse version. My only real flaw in the game is the complete lack of support for surround sound currently, I would this would be easily solved by a patch and hopefully it will, but I can't help but think why none on the test team had the foresight to actually they this game with 5.1 or 7.1 sound. The building destruction is highly believable in most cases, it seems to fall apart sometimes on catwalks but even those are great most of the time, it would be perfect if they had deformable terrain as well but I suppose that's something to look forward to next game. In short go buy it.
I just love games like this, i mean where you can explore maps of cities and where everything is interactive. You can do almost anything here and the graphics are original and the engine game gives you a great window to ... Read Full Review
PROS - The most realistic building destruction simulation system to date. You can have a blast spending hours just destroying buildings different ways and seeing how they fall. - Immersive. The "sandbox" effect is he... Read Full Review