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Syndicate - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
66 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100
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  • Chip Enhanced Gameplay: Slow down time, see through walls, and breach your enemy and everything digital in the world with Dart vision - A neural DART6 chip implant that allows you to interface directly with the Dataverse.
  • 4-Player Online Co-op: Assemble your Syndicate for global domination. A 4-player, online co-op experience like no other, with chip enhanced gameplay and 9 missions re-imagined from the original Syndicate.
  • Visceral FPS Experience: Utilize an upgradable arsenal of futuristic weapons, armor and gear to annihilate your enemies and harvest their chip technology for personal advancement and sinister corporate greed.
  • Sci-Fi Fiction: Immerse yourself in the world of Syndicate 2069, with a world-class sci-fi story experience, written by bestselling author Richard Morgan.
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Syndicate is the re-imagination of a cult classic franchise from 1993 - a unique action shooter set in a not too distant future, where Business is War. 2069 – No longer governed by politicians, the developed world is divided up into regions controlled by megacorporations known as Syndicates. These Syndicates have revolutionized how the consumer interacts with the digital world. No longer does the consumer require a device to access the world’s data and control their technology, they can do this at the blink of an eye via neural chip implant. Civilians flocked to be “chip’d” and enjoy all that their selected Syndicate has to offer; housing, medical, banking, insurance, education, entertainment and jobs. One complete package. One complete lifestyle. In return, the Syndicates gained unprecedented insights, and control, over the individual and their behaviour. With little governmental oversight, business has become war. The Syndicates will stop at nothing for ultimate market dominance. At the front line of this war are the Agents, the Syndicate’s bio-engineered and chip-augmented enforcers. They can breach anything in the wired world including their enemies, their weapons and the environment that surrounds them, making them the most efficient and deadly technological weapons in the world. Take on the role of Miles Kilo, Eurocorp’s latest prototype agent, and embark on a brutal action adventure of corruption and revenge.

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Syndicate is the re-imagination of a cult classic franchise from 1993 - a unique action shooter set in a not too distant future, where Business is War.

Syndicate
Chip enhanced gameplay
Chip enhanced gameplay
visually stunning
Visually stunning
World-class sci-fi storyline
World-class sci-fi storyline

Synopsis

In the not too distant future, the world is divided into regions controlled by mega-corporations known as Syndicates. In this future, business is war, and you are the weapon: the latest prototype agent for Eurocorp, one of the most ruthless Syndicates in a world dominated by greed. In single-player, embark on a unique sci-fi shooter adventure of corruption and revenge, as you utilize DART 6 chip-enhanced technology to breech, manipulate and control the wired world. Or form your own Syndicate in four-player co-op and dominate nine action-packed missions inspired by the original Syndicate game.

Key Features:

  • Chip Enhanced Gameplay: Slow down time, see through walls, and breach your enemy and everything digital in the world with Dart vision - A neural DART6 chip implant that allows you to interface directly with the Dataverse.
  • 4-Player Online Co-op: Assemble your Syndicate for global domination. A 4-player, online co-op experience like no other, with chip enhanced gameplay and 9 missions re-imagined from the original Syndicate.
  • Visceral FPS Experience: Utilize an upgradable arsenal of futuristic weapons, armor and gear to annihilate your enemies and harvest their chip technology for personal advancement and sinister corporate greed.
  • Sci-Fi Fiction: Immerse yourself in the world of Syndicate 2069, with a world-class sci-fi story experience, written by bestselling author Richard Morgan.

2069 - No longer governed by politicians, the developed world is divided up into regions controlled by megacorporations known as Syndicates. These Syndicates have revolutionized how the consumer interacts with the digital world. No longer does the consumer require a device to access the world's data and control their technology, they can do this at the blink of an eye via neural chip implant. Civilians flocked to be "chip'd" and enjoy all that their selected Syndicate has to offer; housing, medical, banking, insurance, education, entertainment and jobs. One complete package. One complete lifestyle. In return, the Syndicates gained unprecedented insights, and control, over the individual and their behaviour. With little governmental oversight, business has become war. The Syndicates will stop at nothing for ultimate market dominance. At the front line of this war are the Agents, the Syndicate's bio-engineered and chip-augmented enforcers. They can breach anything in the wired world including their enemies, their weapons and the environment that surrounds them, making them the most efficient and deadly technological weapons in the world. Take on the role of Miles Kilo, Eurocorp's latest prototype agent, and embark on a brutal action adventure of corruption and revenge.


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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B0050SX2MK
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 21, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,287 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By J. Brunner on February 21, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
There simply are not many games out there like this. I honestly did not know what to expect when I downloaded the coop demo for this. The banner add had said 'Cyberpunk Action,' and that got my attention. I wouldn't say I am an avid follower of the genre, but there is some interesting stuff that falls under that banner (Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell, Deus Ex, the Matrix, etc). Once it was downloaded and installed though, within an hour I knew I had to own the game.

I had my reservations, and my experience with the game (so far) has largely confirmed that this is far from a perfect title, but it is still an awful lot of fun. I will break this down into different segments, rating each section with the number of stars I would give it out of 5 in each of those sections. There's a mix of good and not-so-good here, and I will try to outline those things as I see them for the sake of those who might consider buying this game.

I will start by saying this is a game unlike most first person shooters you will play. Yes, ultimately you shoot the bad guys, but there is a greater level of complexity to it than that in Syndicate since your character has a computer chip implanted in his head had he can use that chip to alter the actions of people around him, to effect the environment by activating different systems, or to cause equipment malfunctions. How and when you use these abilities can greatly effect your experience in the game, much more so than tossing grenades.

GRAPHICS ****
I suppose its is mostly tradition that would have me start with graphics, though by this point in video games, we are reaching a point where most people are pretty happy with most of the things they look at. Syndicate does manage to look pretty good and create its own visual style.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Roperrr on February 21, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Many gamers wonder... what?? ANOTHER FPS?? WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?? What happened to the old Syndicate??

Admittedly, this is the nail to the coffin for the old style Syndicate that we enjoyed in our childhoods. But I am also glad they evolved to make something different.

At first glance, yes it is an FPS. (WHAT?? I rather play MW3 or BF3... ??) Hold your horses, the emphasis is different.

The campaign is fun but is not the real point of the game. This game is made for multiplayer. And the producers made sure to make this game different from the regular FPS.

First off, Co-op campaign mode. This is admittedly fun, and make up a large chunk of the whole game. It is well designed and very entertaining, with its own storyline. It is very hard to find a game with good co-op campaign.

Second, multiplayer online feels very different from run and gun. Teamwork is very important if you want your team to win. I shall not say too much to repeat what online reviewers are already saying, but that is the direction the game is heading.

Overall, it plays more like Left4Dead than Call of Duty. So, no, it is "not another FPS". Many people who had negativity towards the game changed their minds after trying the multiplayer demo.

So do not judge this game too fast. Try it/rent it/play the demo if you are not sure. You might actually enjoy it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JOE on March 5, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
PROS: Excellent single player campaign. Hacking abilities and skill tree is a fresh addition to a well balanced FPS engine. Co-op is addictive, fast-paced and a blast with plenty of short-term replay value (doubt you'll be playing without DLC after a month). Outstanding textures and lighting with environments that mix Mirror's Edge with Bladerunner.

CONS: There are 6-10 second hangs in the co-op that are extremely frustrating and at times game ending. So far there has been ZERO support for this game and EA has made no mention of a patch or even that it is addressing the issue. I contacted support regarding the lack of acknowledgement of said issues only to be given an Origins voucher code for 15 percent off at there store. Yeah, that's EA for ya.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jesse Mrozowski on February 14, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
First off the game is short, incredibly short. Like finish in a few hours short. The levels are uninspired and entirely too linear and mostly consist of running through halls and shooting people.

The combat attempts to be creative by allowing you to hack people's brain implant chips but you have to earn that by killing bad guys and most of the tougher bosses won't let you use any of your hacks anyway. You start most levels without any weapons which it just absurd all things considered and the combat is frustrating because while it's difficult there is no way to learn how to get better. You are not rewarded for having skill or being clever it's entirely based on luck. IE if the enemy follow this pattern this time you will get lucky and win.

The fact that this game carry the name of a classic makes it even more of an abomination, I paid $12 for it and I still feel like I was fleeced.
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15 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Perry on February 22, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Okay, I've logged in about six hours so far on Syndicate, so I'd like to give my first impression. So far, I think the game is...O.K. If you've been waiting fifteen years for this reboot like I have, the nostalgia buzz alone will carry you through the first two parts of the level. I mean, this is friggin SYNDICATE we're talking about!

After that, reality starts to set in. I think with this game being an FPS, the programmers assume you are thoroughly familiar with the genre. You've cut your teeth on pretty much every iteration that has come before this game, and all the multi-players therein. That being said, the kid gloves are pretty much off from the start. I was playing on normal difficulty and got quite a workout to begin with. The fine aim feature calls for great timing and precision, and like I said, if you're not proficient with FPS mechanics, will find yourself getting shot. That wasn't really a major gripe of mine, as it got easier to adjust to as the game progresses.

Graphically, the game world looks great. That is, until you have a cut scene where you have a close-up of the characters. If you've had the pleasure of playing any of the Uncharted franchise, you'll notice a significant difference. I'm thinking of the Brian Cox character at the beginning in particular. Again, however, that's not a big deal. I'm a graphics nerd, and for me, Uncharted set the bar really high.

My big gripe with this game is the LIGHT FLARES. They're EVERYWHERE! Remember Star Trek that came out in 2009? Remember getting flash-blinded every five minutes? If you were okay with that, then by all means, have at it. It shouldn't bother you here. If you had a problem with it however, it'll more than likely be an issue here.
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