IGN: Space Siege Review

As an action game, Space Siege works, but just barely. The combat looks bright and colorful on the surface and there is no shortage of menacing enemies and massive explosions, but the AI doesn't provide any real tactical challenge, the layout of the levels and missions is remarkably linear, and the range of abilities and weapons is too limited. There are far too few choices in Space Siege for it to qualify for the role-playing half of its genre. Players have the chance to pick a number of generic upgrades and limited skills, but the selection still feels a bit incidental to IGN, at least when compared to other games in this genre. The cybernetic choices are a bit more meaningful but the game's story needs to do more to put those choices up front early on.

Presentation - 6.5
Graphics - 7.5
Sound - 7.5
Gameplay - 5.5
Lasting Appeal - 6.0
Overall -

The story is too old to be commented.