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DARK VOID review for PS3 - Classic Game Room
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Dark Void - PlayStation 3

A mediocre combat system and awful flight controls muck up an entertaining sci-fi story about your character's disappearance into the Bermuda Triangle and eventual trip into the VOID.
  • Release date: 2010
  • Genre: Third Person Shooter
  • Developer: Airtight Games
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Rating: Teen (T)
  • Players: 1-Player
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This had the makings of a fantastic game! The end result is still worth playing, especially for trophy/ achievement hunters and its cheap price. But its a bit disappointing. It's an interesting story with solid story, good voiceing by Nolan North, and an orchestral score by Brear McCreary. 90 shooting/cover combat, jetpack combat, and solid 3rd person shooting against classic alien robots make this a fun but short game. It's worth playing. Could've turned into something much more though.

I purchased Darkvoid with the hopes that it would be awesome. Who can hate a game that resembles The Rocketeer, right? The game has some great graphics, interesting weapons and a decent concept. When I started playing, I realized that the controls were not great and the story was just boring. The flying missions were cool, but it got pretty boring fast. I tried to finish the game, but I was literally in pain playing it.


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