Something like five years after WarHawk, StarHawk is finally here for those who are longing for some action packed multiplayer fun, but not only them. Indeed, this time around, we even get a full single player mode in the package, and though it is merely a sort of long tutorial to get you ready for online play, it is still a nice addition if you are new to the franchise. Here are a bunch of videos from the single player campaign, as I would certainly not do the game justice if I decided to capture some multiplayer mayhem. Update : Added two gameplay videos in space.
Yeah i agree. i dig the setting too. I just disliked when in that one episode they had skipped several weeks later, so we missed out on some no doubt interesting and cool scenes. (20 minutes ago)
instead of that boring old countryside we have become accustomed to on TWD. Didn't realise that Nick was from London, has a you J. Depp/River Phoenix feel about him. (2 Hours ago)
@Sdarts @Moon I loved it, certain scenes were a bit so so (leaving the gate open at the end, zombie horde let out) but it was great to see how it all began and also to have an urban environment (2 Hours ago)
And to be completely honest, if people turned their backs on me and my family in a life or death situation, I would turn my back on those people and their families without a second thought. (7 Hours ago)
One might think they were evil in some of the things that they did, but one should think back to what Strand said: "The only way to survive in a mad world is to embrace the madness". (7 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: I only read the OP's comments, but I disagree almost entirely with everything he said. I actually liked the characters and most of them they felt real to me. (7 Hours ago)