GameVortex writes: "While PC games today have been stepped up by pixel shaders, normal mapping and other goodies to enhance the visual experience of the end user, City Interactive's SAS: Secure Tomorrow is a budget title for a reason. For the most part, the game's visual elements look a bit last-gen, but it's not to say that they are horrible. The environments are productive in getting their points across, and that's all that matters, especially for a title that can be picked up for a mere $20. The characters and their uniforms look pretty good, however, even though the animations are a bit on the lower end of the spectrum. One thing that did annoy me a bit was that the characters typically had their mouths covered by cloth or gas masks, so as to use a cheap way to neglect animating mouths in talking sequences".