Haze For PS3 Reviewed

Posted: May 30 2008, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:26am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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The gang at Pocket-lint reviewed Haze for the PS3 recently and came away less than impressed. According to the review the game was exciting at points and enjoyable online for the good parts. The bad parts were poor visuals at times, terrible story and stupid enemies.

The verdict in the end was that the game didn’t live up to the hype. The crew says Haze deserves to hit the discount bins soon. The NPCs that you end up with early on are accused of spouting dribble and the only good part about them is you change sides early on and can shoot them.

The nectar part sounded cool, but has been done to death with different names in other video games. Take too much nectar and you OD and shoot teammates says Pocket-lint. After the side switch you can’t use it anymore which is odd. Pocket-lint gives it 4 out of 10.

Via Pocket-lint

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