GodisaGeek: "First Person Shooters have come a long way in the last decade or so. Since the monumental release of Halo: Combat Evolved on the Xbox in 2001 changed our expectations, developers have been coming up with ways to keep the genre interesting, adding all manner of gimmicks, quirky gameplay ideas and elements that you might consider to be clichéd or necessities, depending on your opinion of the genre. Today FPS fans have a variety of deep and engaging games to choose from to get their frag fix, but there was a time when an FPS game was a far simpler beast.
Enter Nexuiz, a shooter that rejects class systems, levelling up and a complex story in favour of big guns, crazy pickups and mad physics. Nexuiz is an old school all-action arena shooter, but does it still feel relevant in our world of classes and enormous battlefields?"