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Haze Member Review for the PS3

By:
Oscihedgehog
06/15/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Shooter 
PLAYERS 1- 4 
PUBLISHER Ubisoft 
DEVELOPER Free Radical 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood, Intense Violence, Strong Language, Use of Drugs

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I bought this gaming half expecting the world of it, Nectar supposedly making you next to invincible and a gigantic array of future tech and weapons. Boy was that a let down... The guns in this are like the difference between teams in strategy games of old- Basically the same but with a few numbers changed and a different paint job (except for the Rebels Flamthrower and gating-esque gun). I got playing and though well perhaps it will be awesome fun, despite the lack of an armoury that a private army would likely have, let alone a government run army. Dissapointed again, the gameplay was somewhat bland, lacking real challenge until you whack it up to hardest when you get slaughtered by mad nectar aimbots...which isnt too fun. The graphics could be pretty, but like all games nowadays they have used that most beutiful palette of brown- grey, but for kicks they added yellow, sparesly dotting it on and around anything Mantel-owned. The multiplayer is better then the single player I would say...but there isnt enough variety, play the same map a few times and you can win it easily enough assuming the other team isnt entirely composed of snipers, which it often is.
Overall a fairly average game, which is a disspointment as it is from the guys who brought us the joy of Timesplitters, as in the review.
Oh well, better luck next time...


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