Project Overkill:

cd case, front and back

If you like Crusader: No Remorse and Crusader: No Regret for the PC, and you like to just kill stuff, then this is the game for you. It plays with a 3/4 perspective, and the missions are diverse (such as finding a computer chip and uploading it, or escorting a traitor out of an enemy base), but the main point is always kill. It is a bit more action paced than the Crusader games, there are not as many little traps and such throughout the levels. It plays faster in that sense, but also is easier to play. You are judged at the end of the mission on two things: If you completed it, and how much you KILL.

The enemies die very realistically, and blood is everywhere. When you walk over a dead guy, you leave bloody footprints. This game is great for people who love to shoot stuff. The graphics are good, and although they aren't the best I've seen, they fit the game well. The levels look different as you advance to new phases in the game, so this keeps it a bit more fun to play to the next level. The sound is also good, and fits the game well too. The play control takes some getting used to, but once you get the hang of it it's not too hard. Learning how to fire is the first thing to do, because each button on the pad face shoots in it's relevant direction, and holding 2 down at the same time will shoot diagonally. The top L/R buttons are used for switching weapons and opening doors. Once you get the hang of the controls, it makes the game a lot easier to play.

The game is pretty good overall, and if you like the Crusader games on the PC, then you'll most likely like this one as well. It is at least worth a rental to those who have never played Crusader.