Sin is for the first-person shooter fan who wants more of the same, done just a little different, but done right.
Sin was released with relatively little fanfare at approximately the same time as Half-Life. We all know what happened with Half-Life, and we all know that in comparison, Sin didn't sell very well, or receive particularl... Read Full Review12 of 14 users found the following review helpful
What do you get when you combine the Quake II engine with Duke Nukem 3D?Well it might look something like SiN. SiN is the last swan song of the 90’s style FPS’s shooter genre and what a great way to end it. O... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Sin is a Quake 2 engine game that was released at the same time as Half Life and man that was a bad idea. Half Life did very well but sadly Sin was mostly overlooked. There were a lot of bugs in the initial retail rele... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
I JUST finished watching the final cut-scene from this game. It wasn't too bad, actually. It was released as the same time that Half Life (the original) was, and so SIN 1 got a little lost in its shadow. For all the f... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Gameplay- Straight Run and gun kill lots and leave. Not much to it. Lots To kill but only 3 main weapons to kill with. overall not much to do here. Graphics- Good for the year 1998 when it came out. But ugly and unpol... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Despite on some of the lower reviews, Sin Gold proves to be a decent shooter, with a slightly modified Quake 2 Engine. If you loved Quake 2, you will likely love Sin Gold. If you didn't care for Quake 2, then you migh... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
NOTE: I will be talking about this game as if I bought it the day it released and that it's $50 US. So, I won't say: "Get Quake 4 instead." or, "It's a good deal since you get it free with SiN Episodes: Em... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
SiN now ships free with SiN: Episodes. The lack of a compass, automap, or any other way to figure which way you are supposed to go, or even have been, is a pain. One that you will experience over, and over, and over, a... Read Full Review0 of 6 users found the following review helpful
I guess I'm not the only one who feels like they should write up their experiance of SiN, brought to you via wise developers who realise that when you want to drop a game into the middle of your previous two, you might w... Read Full Review3 of 3 users found the following review helpful
SiN…the modern review. Well the only reason I bought the original SiN is because I pre-purchased for SiN Episodes: Emergence for $20. With that you get SiN, SiN Multiplayer and Sin Episodes: Emergence. Also since I pr... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
SiN. Now here might be a waste of time and money. The graphics are horrible according to the standards of the time (Ritual Entertainment and Activision, 1998). The author spent hours trying to get past the first missi... Read Full Review0 of 12 users found the following review helpful
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