While Razing Storm throws around a lot of explosions, color, and movement onscreen, none of it looks particularly sharp, and the environments and enemies look somewhat bland and ill-defined. At least the sound effects are impactful, particularly the various booms and bangs of the different guns. But the gameplay's impact isn't nearly as impressive. While the three arcade light-gun ports can provide fun, the lack of replayability means they fall well short of balancing out the uninvolving and downright frustrating FPS-wannabe that Razing Storm serves up. The arcade ports are the only live rounds in this shooter's chambers--unfortunately, the rest are filled with blanks.