Enemy Front (Xbox 360) Review


“Market viability must find the concept of a Pole in the lead role destined for financial ruin, and thus this uncommon perspective is battered by developmental restrictions. National inclusion thus feels sparse, brought about because of City Interactive’s locale and then trashed because of retail dynamics. Hawkins is a misplaced face who may speak and fight stoutly, but fades into the formalities of an American freedom fighter rather than one of CI’s homeland. Whatever intimate attention was paid to regional detail is lost, squelched under the weight of boring and safe industry politics. Any identifying factors of Poland’s people are lost for another routine shooter.”

Read my full review of Enemy Front at Pulp365

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