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Space Siege - Review @ Eurogamer

by Dhruin, 2008-08-22 22:54:18

Eurogamer's Alec Meer goes so far as to suggest their Too Human reviewer play Space Siege if he thinks TH has problems.  Describing it as "low budget", the score is 5/10.  Here, Alec fights off sleep by embracing the cybernetic upgrades:

So, when you're presented with a new cybernetic upgrade, of course you're going to install it, as it's the only thing that'll change your character's appearance, the only thing that feels like you're actually deciding something for yourself. My humanity be damned: big robot legs are the only thing still holding my interest. As it is, the effects of my cyber-decisions are relatively minimal, its meaningful effects topping out at denying me access to two skills and altering the voice-over in the ending cinematic. Oh, the sleep I'll lose wondering what the other voice-over is (clue - none). The one really significant choice in the game is unrelated to whether or not I've stuck a computer into my head, and is hilariously presented as a giant YES/NO box. Without spoiling the ahahahah plot, the question is essentially "are you evil, yes/no?" As easy to change the nature of a man as that, huh?

Information about

Space Siege

SP/MP: Single + MP
Setting: Sci-Fi
Genre: Hack & Slash
Platform: PC
Release: Released