GeForce.com writes, "When developer TimeGate Studios released the original Section 8 back in 2009, their multiplayer-focused shooter received solid review scores from numerous publications. On review aggregate website metacritic.com, the game garnered a positive 72 percent rating. Because of the large scale maps coupled with the ability to jetpack nearly everywhere, publications said the original Section 8 was like Battlefield meets Tribes. Regardless of the hyperbole, the Sugar Land, Texas-based developer was not satisfied with the original game's critical success. For its sequel, Section 8: Prejudice, the company added new modes, weapons, a meatier single-player campaign, and improved the graphics. Despite these additions, did we mention that unlike the original $50 game, Prejudice is releasing for 15 bucks?"