The single player campaign is too Call of Dutyified for it's own good, with too many scripted moments and a truly horrible AC 130 mission. It does still have some great moments though, but where the game really shines is in it's Capital Conquest multiplayer mode, a large scale battle where all classes of aircraft are necessary. There are also co-op, deathmatch and domination modes.
26 January 2013 @ 2:22am
The player base is far from sustainable at this point, so caution may be advised, but still, it's a great post-apocalyptic large scale multiplayer FPS in the vein of the early Battlefield titles (even made by some of the Desert Combat/Battlefield 2 people formerly of Kaos studios).
4 November 2012 @ 5:12pm
Not without faults - there is only one game mode per map, and none of them is oldschool deathmatch for example - but it plays really well, sounds and looks good and is a good throwback to a style of FPS games that is rarely done today.
19 July 2012 @ 7:21pm
Still one of the best multiplayer experiences to be found.
12 July 2012 @ 6:35pm
10 years later the destructive environments are still rather impressive, the multiplayer is great even though the single player campaign is lacking at times.
27 December 2011 @ 11:40am
Fantastic atmosphere and excellent use of the Doom engine. Great co-op mode as well (Skulltag Doom or ZDaemon are recommended for the best online experience as DosBox multiplayer isn't exactly intuitive to set up).
4 December 2011 @ 7:24am
Extremely cute lovecraftian platformer, which kind of got lost among the bigger indie releases like VVVVVV and Super Meat Boy last year. It's also available for free, but the Steam release features updated graphics.
3 July 2011 @ 12:52pm
Turn based! Isometric! Adlib music! Lovecraftian! Instant death!
18 December 2010 @ 3:03pm