Section 8: Prejudice Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Section 8: Prejudice Reviews10
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Neoseeker||8 / 10||Apr 21 '11|
|Destructoid||7.0/10||Sep 04 '09|
|EuroGamer||9/10||Apr 20 '11|
|Game Focus||7.6/10||Apr 21 '11|
|Games Radar||8/10||Apr 27 '11|
|GameSpot||7.5/10||Apr 20 '11|
|IGN 360||6.0/10||Apr 20 '11|
|Strategy Informer||9.0/10||Apr 20 '11|
|Team Xbox||8.0/10||Apr 26 '11|
|Worthplaying||8.0/10||May 19 '11|
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Section 8: Prejudice Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|Neoseeker||Jan 05 '11|
|Destructoid||Dec 15 '10|
|Destructoid||Feb 07 '11|
|Games Radar||Dec 16 '10|
|GameSpot||Dec 15 '10|
|GameSpot||Oct 26 '10|
|GameSpot||Feb 02 '11|
|IGN 360||Oct 26 '10|
|IGN 360||Dec 15 '10|
|Strategy Informer||Jan 31 '11|
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"What's the point in making a multiplayer game for consoles if nobody is going to play it on consoles? How exactly do you review a game you can hardly play because barely anybody else is playing i..."
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"Survival of the fittest."
" Section 8 was an intriguing, multiplayer-focused sci-fi shooter that seemed to have fluttered under the radar of many gamers – but it must have landed enough sales to be profitable, because now the sequel, subtitled Prejudice, is on its way with a laundry list of improvements based on player feedback. Section 8’s main hook is its tactically-focused power suits, which allow players to run at super speeds, make jet-enhanced leaps, and best off all, perform “burn in” respawns, where players can launch from the upper atmosphere for a dramatic pinpoint landing anywhere on the map. It shakes up multiplayer matches a bit when your opponents can come screaming down out of the sky at any time... ..."
" The online shooter space has become seriously crowded in recent years, with developers rushing to fill the gaps between Modern Warfare and Battlefield. The end result of all this scrapping for your online dollar is a whole lot of garbage and a few select gems. Section 8: Prejudice is, for the most part, one of the gems. It may not revolutionize the shooter as we know it, but it’s got enough solid hooks and interesting tweaks to be a refreshing alternative to some of the tried and tested behemoths. Here’s the kicker: it’s as big as a full-on retail release, but it costs fifteen bucks... ..."