When you play a first person shooter game like Breach, you will feel a lot closer to the battlefield than you would if you played any other shooter. Sure, you are still playing the game on a console, holding a plastic controller in your hand, and tapping buttons to shoot, but Breach adds another depth to the familiar first person shooter experience. Using the Hydrogen Engine, Atomic created a game that lets you enter the battlefield and unleash havoc not only on your opponents but on your environment too. At least, that's how the game is publicized. While it offers more realistic gameplay elements than other FPS titles, the overall feel of Breach is bland and a bit lacking in what it promises.