Computer Games Magazine
Seek and Destroy offers no network play, no mission editor, and no big name actors digitized into cut scenes, but none of that matters. Instead, we're offered a smart looking, simple-to-get-into game that provides those visceral thrills (you remember - the ones that come from blowing up lots and lots of stuff) that used to be the hallmark of an excellent shooter. In other words, what we have here is a game that's just a helluva lot of fun to play. And that is what gaming is all about. You've got nothing to lose except a huge hunk of free time.