It is exciting to play a shooter, it is a satisfying to play strategy game. Doing both things at the same time, it is just glorious. Disintegration is extremely balanced for being the first take at this new genre, and it is very well polished, too. The worldbuilding is fascinating, the story is not too bad, but the writing of characters and dialogues is terrible. Luckily the game is just so good.
Disintegration is solid and does a good job with its mix of FPS and RTS elements. The strategy aspects feel a little shallow, and neither the campaign nor multiplayer modes really go above and beyond in any way, but there’s still an enjoyable and interesting premise here. Disintegration’s mashup of genres isn’t revolutionary, but its different approach is worth a look.
Let's begin' with the positive, shall we?
And the short negatives:
-Kind of short
Basically, this game is beyond worth it!
It has rough patches that are easily overlooked due to the non-impact it has on your gameplay and/or story-telling,
the innovative gameplay takes just a while to get used to, it's pretty easy to control once you give it a go a few times (there is a tutorial before either the multiplayer or singleplayer)
the only difficulty gameplay-wise is the different teams in multiplayer since they all have different stats and abilities, but there you can test them before playing.
overall... this is a game that I have been waiting for, for a long time!
maybe it's just the coincidence of mixing stuff I love, but I do love this game!
I do hope for more in the future, V1interactive gave the first step, lets hope for many more in this journey!
Disintegration a great game that tries new things and that should certainly be praised in a world full of sequels. The combination of a first-person shooter and real-time strategy game works well in general and is super cool to play with. Its difficulty is all over the place however, which can be a pain sometimes since the weapons don't have the weight you should be expecting.
Disintegration at least proves that, when properly tuned, the vehicle-based gameplay that’s normally presented as a one-off setpiece in most other FPS titles is capable of anchoring an entire game, especially when it’s paired off with a little RTS unit management. Unfortunately, in Disintegration’s case, that unique gameplay model isn’t strong enough to outshine the game’s lack of visual and functional polish.
The game is a refreshing RTS with new elements of love action. Very smart AI and tactical environments. Very interesting single player story campaign and incredibly good multiplayer.
V1 Interactive nailed it with this new entry!
Really enjoyed this game. Loved the campaign with its interesting story and unique characters. It left me wanting a sequel. You have to try the gameplay with FPS and RTS--very fun and satisfying once you get the hang of it. I've only done a little multiplayer so far, but seems great so far. Love the visuals and rich environments. Good job, V1, on this first release. Def worth the price. Looking forward to more.
A very interesting story in campaign mode. Great graphics and I think it's an original mix the concept that makes
This game has had very little publicity and that is why they have removed the online servers. While it's true, what little I tried about online, it wasn't his strong point. Otherwise, a pity you're not succeeding
Typical multiplayer-oriented garbage with a short and boring single player campaign shoehorned just to sell some extra copies to the casuals. The graphics are cartoonish kinda reminds me some old games from the PS3 era very uninspired. Feels like a poor attempt to compete against Bungie's Destiny
39 daily players? One week after it has been launched? In a multiplayer game for the price of Cyberpunk or Doom Eternal? This is the fail. RIP UPD: was given away for free one month after it was released. No of players: 30. Number of those who want to trade that free copy away: 44.
SummaryDive into an action-drived first-person shooter, set in near-future sci-fi universe created by V1 Interactive, a newly-assembled studio of industry veterans. Journey into a vision of tomorrow where humankind is on the brink of extinction and has turned to technology in the hope of survival. Using a process known as Integration, human min...