An anime/abstract inspired shooter with mechs
Shogo: Mobile Armor Division looks like a Tron dream, with lots of spaces which, while representing cityscapes and large sprawling outside areas, are all so highly stylized that they take you back to the design esthetic of a sharp neon sparkling Escher like world. But on top of all this beauty, you also have a solid game; inspired shooter sequences from within mechs as well as on foot as a regular soldier. The story is a bit of a letdown, a bit too generic, asking you to locate a rebel leader known as Gabriel. But as is the case with these games, you only care so much about that portion of it. You will be focused on mission at hand while admiring the very sharp and clean graphics and the alright mission structures. So that's about it about the game, but I feel it's got a lot going on for itself. A less beautiful game, but just as engaging, Blood 2 will offer you just as playable an experience, so try that one as well. Which reminds me: Shogo: Mobile Armor Division also has a great multiplayer section, and if you find someone to play it with, it's absolutely great!