Split-screen.com: "Hilariously enough, as soon as the Killzone 2 release hype has died down, it's the turn of Massive Action Game (MAG) to be touted the new hipster on the block. It's funny how the tide keeps changing but it's also amazing how a title that was literally a blip on the gaming map some six months ago is now being dissected and conversed about like it's the next killer app for the Playstation 3. Sooner or later, it'll become blasphemous to say anything against MAG so now seems as good a time as any to criticize it.
"If Sony is hoping the main hook for this game will be the number of people it can support online, it can quietly can it and do so quickly. Sony isn't intentionally or unintentionally creating a subliminal connection that says, 'Well , maybe the gameplay is no good. Hit 'em up with numbers!' Yet after checking out the features, MAG seems like another run-of-the-mill military themed FPS."