To start, this game has very little faults and I can safely say I have been turned into a fan respectively. What this game does well is leave you wanting more, and makes you want to carry on playing the game. You’ll easily find yourself asking questions, such as, where does this lead? How does this play out? Are there more gadgets and guns to discover? It’s rare to have a game that answers your questions on the overall quality.
By and large it delivers there are many capabilities and devices you can use, to make a shooting game more interesting. The majority of the games focus is on the Nano suit you wear, which is highly advance and part alien. It has stealth mode for you, armour, different visor options, such as thermal, night vision etc.
Additionally the more you progress the better everything the suit has to offer gets, you upgrade your suit with the XP you get by accomplishing mission objectives and the alien enemies you down. Every time you activate something on the suit, you’ll hear an accompanying acknowledgement that you have activated it by the suit voice, yes it sounds ridiculous, but in a Sci-Fi world, ridiculousness is expected. So if you want to use stealth mode frequently expect the VOICE ”STEALTH ACTIVATED,” every time, which can get irritating.
The graphics are fantastic, giving justice to a war torn Manhattan, and the attention to detail is within certain aspects of the game accurately portrayed.
Some diversity perhaps could be an improvement on the repetitiveness, and more quick close quarter combat moves, in some Assassins Creed style would be an added improvement. It takes a while getting used to all the buttons, and while your tweaking your weapon you do find yourself being shot at. Again these are things you can tolerate and doesn’t debilitate the games overall ingenuity. Overall lots of fun and solid multiplayer playability.
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