Although it had it's share of problems, I found this game to be pretty fun at times.
swinging around, flying enemies off into the distance or at each other or using stuff just laying about to toss around such as cars or boulders.
but you don't get to do most of the cool things in the game until half way in, until which you have to use guns to get around, but just using guns I think makes the game a bit average, I mean, whats the point of having that arm if you're not gonna use it right?
One thing I want to point out is the annoying as hell loading screens that pop up over and over and over.
I might not have minded them so much if they had better or at least different loading screens, It didn't take long for me to get sick of the same blue screen with a floating controller shown countless times.
In stead of placing walls or warning sings where you should go, they just kill you after you go there, and most of the time you'll have no idea whether or not you're allowed to go somewhere until the game kills you for going the wrong way.
Sometimes they might make you swing past low buildings, but if you dare climb on top of the building your on, you'll die, and they hide (useless) collectibles around, so it's only natural to you know, look for them.
I kind of liked how you can tell one boss to "shut the fuck up already" if you've heard what he said once already.
but I found that same fight a bit strange, the game doesn't really have gore in it, but the main character finishes off this boss in a cut scene after his arms and legs blew up/off by sticking a grenade in his mouth and kicking him off a very tall robot, where at his head blows up and splatters the screen.
His wife is his arm, how stupid can a plot twist get?
that's almost as stupid as the bad guys, pretending to be good guys, and sending the main character to go kill all the bad guys, (themselves) and wanting him to find something, they would have, and did find anyway.
something they never bothered to name, or say what was, they just always called it "the item" in the end, just looked like a big battery used to power a robot that was easily killed in a cut scene with just a few head bunts.
The whole storyt was just stupid.