Multiplayer online battle arenas have grown in popularity, yet Super Evil Megacorp hopes to give the franchise new, vibrant life on tablet. I went hands-on to find out if it can be done.
This is another article from Blistered Thumbs I wrote, back from the dead after being buried in the way-back machine. I posted this back in April of 2013, and many of the issues present seem to be prevalent right now in some cases, namely the decrees of sexism and misogony. Considering current...
I like this game because it is realistic and fun at the same time. Online is a big part of the game but some of the offline stuff is coll too. I am in love with the fast paced shooting online. You can also play with a freind online and other games just don't offer that even most of the “great games” of 2008. On the otherside you can die really easy but you can kill other live players easy too.
Offline isn't that great as far as story goes, the action is about the same just easyer on the count that there not real people. Multiplayer offline is fun but you can't play any levels with another freind without beating the near impossible single player version of it. The cut seens in the game really good well thought out shorts but the breifing is hard to wacth.
This is a good game that is worth the small amount of money you have to give up. Some people are picky about some things so I suggest you rent it first