A seething cauldron of creativity that's ready to boil over. All right, maybe it borrows a leeeeeetle heavily from cheesy sci-fi action flicks, but you can't refute the product's amazing approach to the world of espers.
One of the most original games of the year. Despite certain shortcomings and some frustration, Sanity provided me with a tremendously entertaining, 28-hour long experience that is seldom seen elsewhere.
Even though Sanity's multiplayer game is forgettable, the single-player experience is polished and contains enough unique ideas, surprises, and solid gameplay to warrant a recommendation - assuming you can stand dealing with long loading times.
Despite the annoying camera work, Sanity Aikens Artifact manages to remain a fun game that will leave you excited at the prospect of finding your next Psionic talent and using it on some well-deserving criminals or on your online friends.
An entertaining game, albeit frustrating at times. While it's unfortunate the level design wasn't a little more consistent and the camera work a little smoother, there's enough adrenaline packed into Sanity to satisfy action fans.
Sanity manages to rise above the load times and weak multiplayer level-design to become a worthy title for any gamer willing to step into the spandex uniform of the wise-talking attitude-laden superhero, Agent Cain.