Excellent FPSs for the 'Cube
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From the front, this may look like your average FPS; but beneath, it packs more punch. The single player mode sees you playing through an original and surprisingly good Bond-esque storyline with a few twists and turns.
The gameplay supporting it also exceeds expectations with the controls being very easy to master and giving good freedom of movement. The areas you can play in are also expansive and well designed, with plenty of alternate routes though the levels.
Multiplayer however, is even better; there are hours of fun to be had in customising the arenas and rules, of which there are many, and adding AI controlled bots to play with when you're on your own. There are also plenty of different arenas and pre-set scenarios to play, adding to the replay value.
Although the graphics and sound aren't the best to be had on the 'Cube, they certainly satisfy; giving a good balance between the two and allowing you to tell who is a friend or enemy from through the scope of your Winter Covert Sniper Rifle.
Overall, Nightfire is a very satisfying game which has plenty of features and is a good all-rounder.
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