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User Reviews

There are no reviews for the PlayStation release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.

Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
AI The quality of the game's intelligence, usually for the behavior of opponents. 2.0
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 2.3
Graphics The visual quality of the game 2.3
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 2.5
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 1.8
Overall User Score (6 votes) 2.2

Critic Reviews

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NowGamer (Apr 27, 2001)
Expendable is the most aptly named game of its time and smacks of irony just a little too much to believe it was given the name purely for its cannon fodder heroes. You’ll get a solid couple of days maddening carnage, some scalp-tingling moments when missiles zip inches from your head before exploding into showers of pixels, but it won’t last. Much like Contra, the adventure is short lived and holds your attention like an evening with Giles Brandreth and his jumper collection. Fast, packed with explosives and a cool enough two-player option, Expendable doesn’t quite cut the mustard but should still appeal to fans of the genre and anyone who enjoys the irresponsibility of dealing vast quantities of death.
Power Unlimited (Dec, 1999)
Deze PSX versie verschilt natuurlijk totaal niet van de versies voor de andere systemen. Ja, de graphics zijn niet zo strak als die van de Dreamcast, maar dat is logisch. Voor de rest is Millennium Soldier Expendable voor de PSX, gewoon een patatje-oorlog-arcadebak spel dat ik twee maanden geleden recenseerde voor de Dreamcast.
Video Games (Nov, 1999)
Fazit: Grafisch überdurchschnittlicher Kooperativ-Shooter ohne nennenswerte Highlights für die kleine Portion Action zwischendurch.
Mega Fun (Nov, 1999)
Kritik ist am recht eintönigen Gameplay und an der grafischen Umsetzung anzubringen. Ebenso bietet der Sound mit ein paar satten Explosionsgeräuschen ziemlich wenig.
GameSpot (May 24, 2000)
When you get right down to it, Expendable is sheer, unadulterated shooting. Run through a bunch of levels, blow everything to bits, and try not to get shot. That is Expendable's hook. If you played Activision's Apocalypse and were left wanting more, Infogrames' Expendable might be what you're looking for. After the visual masterpieces of Incoming and Expendable though, it would be nice to see what Rage could accomplish by directing its visual talents toward a more intelligently inspired game.
IGN (May 01, 2000)
It's pretty sad, but this is almost a really great game. The action in the game is amazingly intense, the bosses are huge, the enemies are diverse, and the weapons that are available are incredible. What's more, the game has the potential to be immensely fun, and it even reaches its full potential at some points. However, it fails to attain the level excellence set by the distinguished action shooters before it, such as Gunstar Heroes and Contra, because of its control issues. If not for the problematic control, Expendable had the ingredients that could've made it one of the best games ever in its genre. As is, it's just a unremarkable action game for the PlayStation that will most likely be forgotten soon after it's finished. It's really sad.
60 (Dec 03, 1999)
Aller ! faites-vous plaisir et jouez quelques temps à Millennium Soldier, ça va vous défouler à coup sûr. Mais attention à la crampe au doigt, car c'est de la pure mitraille de bout en bout, sans subtilité aucune, ne serait-ce même qu'un peu. De plus, la jouabilité est infecte... pas beaucoup d'argument penchent donc en la faveur de ce jeu.
Player One (Dec, 1999)
Verdict : c'est un véritable gâchis, sans appel.