Curunauth says: Everything a third-person action game should be: The camera is *perfect*, there is ample variation in gear, classes are balanced, and the weapons are fun. Hard level is a serious challenge but so fun that defeat never devolves into frustration.
Curunauth says: Quirky fun, wild variety, and as challenging as you want: Everything I want in a shoot-em-up, and it's just a blast to play on any level. Offers as much challenge as you want, and you can customize the heck outta your ship (and play differently).
Curunauth says: (( Forum goodies: get _Zenger_'s hi-res pack, and Entropy and Muskie's .INI tweaks! )) An open, living, genre-defying world of fun: Feels like a big, open, living world. Can look good, is easy to play, and has an engaging story thanks to good acting.
Curunauth says: A Unique, Varied, Artful Barrel of Fun: Great story, fantastic voice acting, wide variety of abilities, good controls, a cooperative camera, and absolutely inspired level design (except maybe the frustrating final level). Something here for everyone.
Curunauth says: Pure Action, the way it was meant to be A crazy, hectic run-and-gun extravaganza that won't let you bore yourself even if you try. Serious isn't quite hard enough, and flaws remain, but it captures the best moments of Doom and Quake and looks good.
Curunauth says: Unique and Fun: Eliminated most of the irritations of its predecessor and is more polished. Enemy behavior is varied, large-scale battles are well-executed, and even protection missions are fun. If you like space combat, try this for its unique feel.
Curunauth says: Different and very enjoyable when it doesn't misbehave: Calling it a "thinking man's shooter" is a bit of an overstatement, but it does play differently from most and Realistic can be a good challenge. Hurt by frustrating, immersion-breaking bug
Curunauth says: A masterpiece that is just too short: Another World is a decidedly unique piece of gaming art that could fairly be called a masterpiece. The only strong complaint I have is that it is very short (surprisingly, given the occasional brutal difficulty).
Curunauth says: A classic that's still worth playing: I enjoyed the game despite its flaws. Replaying is fun but shows the game to be a bit shallower than it appeared at first; still, there's a lot to the game, and it succeeded at making me care about my actions.
Curunauth says: Fun and customizable small-team tactics: A small-team space tactics game with RPG elements, Star Wolves looks good and is fun to play. The character advancement and equipment systems offer meaningful customization without forcing too much grinding.
Curunauth says: Quick, Pretty, And Easy (mostly): Short (took me 10.5h), and easy except for two (horribly designed) sections. Decent camera except in combat. Platforming is great - you feel like you're pulling off awesome tricks, and the action animation is lovely.
Curunauth says: An easy-to-play, surprisingly rich story: It's a JRPG and doesn't have much tactical depth. The interface is excellent and avoids menu tedium, and being overpowered speeds up the late game. The setting is unique and the story ends up pretty engaging.
Curunauth says: Quite pretty, tedium-free, and well-written: Really does nothing wrong, and it's pretty fun. It's an excellent example of everything done right within its genre, but the short length makes it no more than a pleasant diversion for an afternoon or two.
Curunauth says: 3.5: A fun concept inconsistently executed: Aims to be a spiritual successor to the run-and-gun FPS classics, with an arcade-like constant action feel. At its best, it does, but it lacks variety and doesn't force you into tense situations enough.
Curunauth says: Short & Simple: A surprisingly fun little diversion, emphasis on little. I did enjoy the game, but there's not much here, and it's not much of a challenge either. If it weren't for the glitches, it might have earned a 4, but it's a very solid 3.
Curunauth says: Flawed but Fun: The game has a neat concept, good looks, decent controls, and varied weapons, but numerous irritating flaws drag it down - especially the voice acting, the tactics-limiting low ceilings, and some frustration with multi-part missions.
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