2.75 stars 2.75/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC
Ritual Entertainment never got any respect. Sure, they never made games that won millions of awards, but what games they did release were fun and entertaining. Just after completing a Quake expansion, they start their first big solo project: SiN. A spiritual successor to Duke Nukem 3D, it was to be a first-person shooter with interactivity and partially dynamic level structure. All was going well for the team. Then Valve's Half-Life came into the fray. Publisher Activision decided to push the g...
SiN…the modern review. Well the only reason I bought the original SiN is because I pre-purchased for SiN Episodes: Emergence for $20. With that you get SiN, SiN Multiplayer and Sin Episodes: Emergence. Also since I pre-purchased over STEAM I got it for $17. I would like to talk about this game even though I doubt anyone will read this review. One note that when I review this game I will be judging it based off of other games made in 1998 other than Half-Life. This game starts you out as John ...
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