Mixed or average reviews- based on 8 Ratings
Jul 30, 2012This game is the perfect example of a good concept done terribly. The interface is hideous, the guns have no punch and have little sense of impact, the hit detection seems to be off, and the AI is downright brain-dead. With only 3 maps in which one doesn't seem to work properly ("You cannot enter this map as you wouldn't float"). For the price of $7 you would think it would be worth the price, but sadly no. There are much better games that are cheaper and some even free to play (Binding of Isaac, Team Fortress 2, Blacklight Retribution, Tribes, ect). I would recommend you to stay away from this game unless it drops to the absurdly low price of $1.… Full Review »
Jul 17, 2012The idea of the game is interesting, being able to shoot endless waves of enemies with exaggerated amounts of gore. Giving account that the game is cheap, I still feel it could be a little more polished, especially considering it's the second in the series. The aiming mechanics are not brilliant, there are a few minor bugs and annoyances, one being that the enemies have godlike aim and can hit you from the other side of the map, and also that you cannot jump whilst walking down a slope.
The game allows you to bind the few keys necessary to play as you wish, and lets you choose between preset graphics settings; however I found there is very little difference between the lowest and the highest.
There are no luxuries like in game chat online, which is a bit of a failure considering this game is best played with friends. Adding the character customisation and various weapon unlocks, i was scared when the thought came to my head that I was playing what looked like a strange attempt to combine COD and TF2 into one experience.
Overall It's a good concept, although comes across a little unfinished. But get what you paid for.… Full Review »