GameOnDaily's Ed takes a look back at this late-gen shooter and finds it surprisingly diverting.
Nice headline Ed lol. I tried the demo and it was fun but not unique enough to differentiate it from the myriad of third person shootersout there.
Hugely underrated game - the demo doesn't really do it justice because it's actually quite deep with a surprisingly engaging if predictable plot. Plus, you get to blow robots into lots of itsy bitsy pieces, which is fun.
Thing is, with my backlog as massive as it is, I don't think I have time for this. I have Spec Ops: The Line to play as well as Dead Space 2, which I have been talking about completing for years!
Bad Septic :( I got Dead Space 2 at launch and beat it in 2 days. Oh well, you're definitely going to enjoy it :3
Cheers Septic. Its deffo worth a play, especially now there are a dirth of these games on new platforms.
I got it free with PS+ and the MP is pretty awesome.
I played about 10 minutes of the PC version and didn't get along with it, but now I've read this review I'm quite motivated just to hear the characters speak. Sounds so bad it's... not good, but worth experiencing.
its a really good game, further it gets only better
I really loved this game. Everybody should give it a chance! :)
I really loved this game, for what looked like a Gears of War clone it was surprisingly refreshing
this game was hugely underrated, and ended up being one of my favorite games of last gen. it's too bad it didn't do well, as it could have been a great series. but, just like vanquish, all I heard people complain about was, "i don't want to shoot robots." that type of crying made you miss out on a couple of great games.
I really liked it.
It's always a shame to see a team that make such good games never get the recognition they deserve. The team behind BD definitely deserves for recognition for this game and the other series they make.
BD is such a good game. If only they made a competent multiplayer mode. Even if it was just passable, it would've improved the chances of the BD series continuing
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