StephenBSep 15, 2009It's like the movie Time Cop only worse. While there are roughly 15 missions there are only 3 places to play, Civil War, World War I, and Pompeii. The graphics are subpar yet taxed my machine like it was Crysis. After playing a few levels I dreaded having to pick a Civil War mission. Last time I checked you shouldn't dread anything while playing a game. The story was uninspired and left little to no connection with either of the main characters. The icing on the cake was how short the game was, 5-6 hours of gameplay. Wait for this to hit the bargain bins or just skip it all together, you aren't missing anything.… Expand
JaredJSep 11, 2009I had very high hopes for this game. I can't recomend this to anybody and it is nowhere near worth the $39.99 price tag. It's story is apauling, the A.I. is disgusting and the new engine for graphics is ugly. It's also only single player with short repeating missions that have no replay value. Do people even take time to sit down and think of a story, fun gameplay, good A.I.? This disgusting excuse for a game is proof they don't, they just throw together a pile of garbage, don't care about the result and put an over priced tag on it. This game is like a steak that players ordered medieum well but it comes out rare and it leaves a bad taste in your mouth.… Expand
Jul 27, 2013This game is an atrocity, yes it has a lot of innovative ideas, but none of that matters when you fail to implement it properly!
Lets start with the story, I wont lie I didn't play past the first few levels because of this. From what I recall, you were a cow-boy in the frontier fighting off native warriors, but you are eventually pulled through a warp in time... yeah that makes complete sense, get pulled from your roughneck world to a futuristic world full of advanced technologies that you somehow know to use!
Beyond this point it was full of story-breaking loopholes, and unanswered questions.
The Story is bad, now they should redeem through game play right? Wrong, the game play is very stiff and not innovative at all compared to the ideas that were advertised with the games release.
The enemy AI is a very sad thing to see, constantly getting stuck or glitching across the map into your face. While you are surrounded by allies that cannot do a thing, and I don't mean a small squad, no you are surrounded at some points by MASSIVE armies, that do nothing but stand in your way, blocking any action and causing incredible stress to the system. I hate to imagine how it would affect a computer.
To call it short, the game play felt like I was playing call of duty but without good controlling.
Well that is my rant for the day, sorry to ruin your day mate.… Expand