Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 6
  2. Negative: 3 out of 6
  1. With no multi-player modes and no incentives to replay the single-person mode there's no real reason to purchase this game. If this game had been released in the 90s, it would have been highly recommended but we expect a lot more these days regardless of the price.
  2. As a standalone video game experience Sentinel Crisis doesn't bring much to the table, but for a budget title, you could do worse…a whole lot worse.
  3. The Sentinel Crisis would merely be a slightly below-average console first-person shooter if it weren't so short on content and terribly boring.
  4. A by-the-numbers budget shooter with very little in the way of spark. Not a total stinker, but hardly worth your cash either. [June 2006, p.69]
  5. 21
    It's got boring gameplay, poor graphics, unremarkable sound, and only one short game mode. Sure it's only 20 bucks, but it's not worth it.
  6. Classified: The Sentinel Crisis couldn't flop much harder if it had gills and a hook in its chops. [July 2006, p.81]
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  1. Spartan
    Aug 1, 2006
    When I play a budget-priced shooter, I expect a solid gaming experience regardless of the price, especially if it's by a solid developer like Torus Games (who previously developed Duke Nukem for the GBA). But an awful storyline, uninspired gameplay, terrible control, boring weapons, and PSOne-quality graphics and sound make this an early candidate for Worst Game of 2006. Avoid this garbage and go play Warpath instead. Full Review »