Breach im Test: So sehen die Wertungen für den Zerstörungs-Shooter aus
Breach ist für PC und Xbox 360 erhältlich, kostet via Steam nur 11,99 Euro und bietet eine komplett zerstörbare Multiplayer-Umgebung - sogar noch umfangreicher als in Bad Company 2. Doch wie schneidet der Shooter im Test ab? Die Wertungsübersicht zeigt es Ihnen.
Breach ist seit dem 26. Januar 2011 für PC und Xbox 360 erhältlich. Den Download gibt's beispielsweise über Steam für aktuell 11,99 Euro. Breach bietet eine nahezu vollständig zerstörbare Umgebung, um so das Schlachtfeld zu ändern und die Gegner zu einer Taktikänderung zu zwingen. Wie das Spiel in internationalen Test abschneidet, sehen Sie in der folgenden Übersicht. Wie Breach in Bewegung aussieht, entnehmen Sie dem aktuellen Trailer am Ende dieser Meldung.
Gamingbolt - 8.5 / 10
Breach is an amazing shooter for an arcade game but cover and the use of destructible items is necessary for true victory. You just have to know how to use them. The cover system could be tweaked a little though and sometimes a dead on sniper shot are not always dead on, but other than that this is a great game and just a taste of what Atomic Games has to bring us. The game is rated "T" and will is out on January 26th, 2011. On XBLA it will cost 1200 Microsoft points and it will be $19.99 on PC over Steam and in stores (although after discounts it should be the same).
GamersNexus - 84 / 100
In a genre that's almost completely owned by Call of Duty, I commend Atomic Games for not only attempting to make a game to rival it, but by making a game that's as fun as Breach is. My only concern is that it's going to get overshadowed by the other games in the multiplayer FPS genre and that in six months there won't be anyone creating matches. I sincerely hope I'm proven wrong though, Breach is an outstanding example of an Xbox LIVE Arcade game done right.
Resolution Magazine - 6 / 10
Breach isn't original but the elements it brings together are implemented well enough for the whole thing to function. It's even fun and addictive if you can forgive the flaws. However, it fails to replace any current online shooter favourites and I wouldn't be surprised if the amount of players falls to unplayable figures soon after launch.
StrategyInformer - 8.5 / 10
The true mark of a good game is whether you want to go back the next day and play it again, and I want to play it again so bad I had to stop twice writing this to have just another quick go. For 1200 Microsoft points this game is a steal. Choose your weapon, gather the troops and come find me on the battlefield.
Nave360 - 7 / 10
Breach is a game with a clever combination of level design and the destruction engine that will have campers crying for mercy (in most cases), but misses on those features that could make Breach the best shooter to download.
G4TV - 2 / 5
With muddy controls, no way to ease new players in, and wonky graphical glitches, Breach offers up some squad-based gameplay that captures a shred of the games that inspired it, but it end up feeling like you've purchased a third of a game, or a game that's still in development. Without the destructible environments, this would feel like a game from 1996.
IncGamers - 6.5 / 10
An accomplishment for a downloadable title and absolutely worth a look, but don't be surprised if you find yourself pining for Nuketown or Arica Harbour before long.
Gamezone - 5.5 / 10
Although Breach sounds like an incredibly exciting game on paper, its execution comes up short. The online-only content is very limited, and the action pales in comparison to pretty anything Infinity Ward has ever created. With so many superior alternatives, this kind of lackluster experience has no place in the modern market.
IGN - 6 / 10
Breach feels like the best job a small team could do with an overly ambitious project. For the price it's not bad for being a multiplayer-only title, it's just that nothing about Breach is particularly noteworthy. The destructible environments and cover system make for some interesting moments, but every time I did something in Breach it made me think about a better experience I had with a similar game.