Having played first person shooters to death I switched to good old medieval ogre bashing for a bit but had this on my list of games to try.
Really pleased I remembered to come back to this title as it did not disappoint. Comparisons will be made with the Mass Effect series but that is only natural as it uses a similar game format (colleagues to aid you in the war on Hollow Children). The storyline is good with a few conspiracies thrown in for entertainment value. The characters are really strong and some gamers will start to get attached to them while others will be happy to see them thrown in the line of fire for the sake of the Survivor.
The in-game video content is really pleasing if a little long in places but gives you time to keep up with the story and think ahead to what is around the next corridor.
My two negative criticisms are that at times it feels repetitive with regard to the enemy and you feel like your character never really gets a break from the action (which some people will not mind). The second is that it only has an auto-save function which means you have to push on to a save point or start again when you switch on. This spoils the game in some ways as I felt rushed and would like to have played at my own pace.
Great game never the less and hoping SEGA do not take too long in creating a second instalment.