5th Cell is better known for its hit ScribbleNauts games, so people were quite surprised when they heard that the company would be making a cover-based third person shooter. Many thought the game would fail, but oh… were they ever wrong.
Really, the Scribblenauts team? Seems like a waste for such a creative studio to be making a mediocre cover shooter. Such bland level design and unimpressive shooting mechanics.
How do you get mediocre with a score of 4.5 out of 5?
That isn't the aggregate score.
The game simply blows, its a run to cover game. It be better if you didn't have to work about cover at all or could just run around like it was Halo. Plus to play the demo you need Gold, which is pretty lame for a demo that makes you do training first.
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