Computer Games Magazine
The only flaw, if one can call it that, is finding good human opponents. During the review period, most gamers on Mplayer treated SCARAB like a Doom clone, playing deathmatch only (which strips most of the strategy from the game). As a straight-action first-person shooter, SCARAB is mediocre at best. But played the way the designer intended, as two teams (up to three �bots per side) struggling for control of a cityscape, SCARAB excels, and is one of the better games to show up thus far this year. Highly recommended, and please, learn the rules and play the full game. You won't be disappointed.