GREED features all ingredients to create an enthralling hack’n’slash classic. In the tradition of other critically acclaimed and proven genre colleagues you as the player will need to fight your way through mass- es of critters, robots, aliens and many other exotic adversaries while collecting unique items and skills thus leveling up your character. In contrast to the genre ancestors, the story of GREED takes place in an adult and mature science fiction scenario. In the futuristic universe of GREED the discovery of novel interstellar travel possibilities has lead to a new age of colonialization. The five largest colonial powers are entangled in a full-scale war over a new element called Ikarium, the recently discovered rare source of nearly unlimited energy. You as a former member of an elite military unit will fight a battle for your survival not knowing that your actions will lead fate of all mankind into dramatic consequences.
Controls are clunky and only can fire or move can't fire AND move, so constantly clicking one spot then focus fire then next spot and so on.
You can reasign keys but not everything, like right click, left click are set and would have prefered them oposite. Loot is un exciting and armor and such are a dull afair, really just not worth the money or time to get used to it. I'm sorry but the whole game play and menu sysytem seemed like you were fighting it rather than it being intuitive.
personaly i don't mind the camera view in this game, although i am a real fpshooter fan i do think that the camera view does work in games like this and Alien Swarm. further more, the game itself does look really great! i love the divercity of all the enemies although i was a bit surpriced to see zombie like cretures in this game. i think they maybe shouldn't belong in a Fici game like this, but also because there are also to many zombie games that do this much better, (think of Dead Island). So, i give it a 8/10.