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As I mentioned in the opening, however, Gunmetal has some good in it, and it does have the potential to improve substantially if its most glaring weaknesses are addressed. I don't look for a patch to solve the level design and graphics problems, but if Mad Genius follows up this game with a sequel, Gunmetal may be an action game franchise worth following.
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Gameplay was bland. You've been here, done that no matter how few FPS's you've played. It looks like a gimpy version of Descent. Nothing real interesting. The AI was pretty good. They'll shoot you from behind if you're not looking, they'll dodge your shots, and run away if they get beat on. The levels are pretty big so you get to wander around a bit before you make it to the end. It does have some interesting environmental effects like lava and gravity wells, but in between it's pretty much shoot the bad guys and pick up ammo/shields/weapons, just like Descent, except with a dull storyline and no plot. This just isn't that fun.