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Dark Sector (PS3) - French

Dark Sector (PS3) - French
alaScore 81

71 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 71 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the value for money and gameplay. The action and design are also mentioned favorably.

story, design, action, gameplay, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dark Sector (PS3) - French is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Dark Sector

 

Hayden Tenno is sent into the decaying ruins of a Cold War era Eastern bloc country where his mission to destroy a harmful virus becomes a fight for his own life. When he becomes infected, only his weak vaccination stops him from succumbing to the...

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Dark Sector

 

For my money and speaking completely on a personal level, Dark Sector is everything I was hoping last holiday season's The Darkness would be, but without all the profuse profanity. Set is a slightly more military setting, rather than an urban...

Blade weapon leads to some unique and disturbing ways to off enemies ; Intense storyline that doesn't rely on reams of profanity ; Occasional sense of the absurb makes the game unpredictable

The "death screams" may be too disturbing and realistic for some gamers

Dark Sector is an intense action-shooter that, for me, succeeds in every area where The Darkness relied on overkill and profanity, rather than creativity. Still M-rated, Dark Sector is fun to play.

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Dark Sector

 

Sensing the opportunity to hypnotize gamers with the glaive’s mystique, developer Digital Extremes has constructed a new intellectual property for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, Dark Sector, using the deadly weapon’s cult status as its crutch....

Amazing visuals ; The Krull glaive lives

Highly repetitive ; Aiming non-glaive weapons a hassle

What Dark Sector lacks in substance it makes up for in style. Digital Extreme’s proprietary Evolution Engine is on display and literally "shines" on every object in the game. Dynamic lighting ranks up there with Splinter Cell and Gears of War and is...

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Dark Sector

 

Everyone loved Dark Sector when we first heard about it in that issue of GameInformer. Sure, it was a blatant copy of Gears, but hey, you threw a bladed boomerang thing! Coined the glaive, it quickly became the signature for Dark Sector, and as I...

If Dark Sector were a student, he'd be expelled for plagiarism. Thankfully, the Glaive more than makes up for the rampant copying of mechanics and ideas.

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Dark Sector Review

 

Krull meets Gears of War with mostly satisfying results.

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Dark Sector Review

 

A body-morphing infection and a triple-bladed fictitious weapon? Sounds like Digital Extremes is stepping out into the light once more...

Solid visuals ; Strong audio throughout ; Decent combat system

Glaive is a one-trick pony ; AI issues throughout ; Frustrating game design

What should have been a solid enough third-person action title is ultimately let down by game design glitches and AI bugs, not to mention an over-reliance on the glaive that cheapens the experience. Whilst there are certain parallels with Epic Games'...

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Dark Sector

 

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Dark Sector Review

 

Dark Sector is one of those action games that could have been better but is still a blast to play anyway despite its shortcomings

Dark Sector is one of those action games that could have been better but is still a blast to play anyway despite its shortcomings. It's a fun thrill ride that plays up the action well and throws you head first into some truly spectacular moments. Then...

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Dark Sector Review

 

Great third-person action provides a solitary bright spot in an otherwise mediocre game.

At least you can enjoy the visuals if not the narrative. Digital Extremes' proprietary Evolution engine churns out impressive graphics. Environments look phenomenal thanks to beautiful dynamic lighting effects. Some of the human characters appear a...

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Dark Sector- PS3

 

I'm not sure what Dark Sector's lead Hayden Tenno thought he was getting into when he signed up for the "elite black-ops agent" program, but it's hard to feel bad fo...

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