WarPath marched to the retail frontline with about as much hype as a straight-to-DVD movie. Without the onslaught of marketing, that usually accompanies a new first-person-shooter, it snuck into the crowded FPS trenches with hardly a whimper, never mind a war cry. Sadly, WarPath's under-the-radar release is well deserved, as it delivers an all-too familiar package that often dips into mediocrity with dated graphics and slim content.
- Shooting things in the head
- Cheeky weapon names
- like "The Judge"
- Bargain price - $20 on PC
- $30 on Xbox
- Been-there-done-that feel
- Graphics are barely current-gen
- Online is a ghost town
|Description||Fun with guns, but do we need another FPS game to compete with the giant pile of other shooters that may do the job better and faster?|
|US censor rating||"Teen","Teen"|
|UK censor rating||"",""|