I would recommend this game this game to anyone who likes FPS/Sci-Fi video games, but you don't want to be over whelmed by bosses, objectives, and a story. I'm not saying Moon is lacking in those points, but simply it is not a large amount that only hard-core gamers could handle. Challenge: Moon was a challenge, but not an over whelming one like I said before. Enemies,Bosses, and levels could be defeated without spending hours to defeat. There are some mild puzzles to figure out, well, most of them are pretty easy. Controls: The controls are are pretty good. Right handed players would shoot with the Right shoulder button, aim with the touch screen, and strafe with the D-Pad. For Left handed players (like myself) if would be the opposite in buttons, Left shoulder button to shoot , Touch screen to aim, and to strafe you would use A B X Y. Pretty easy to control. Graphics/Animation: The graphics are nice and smooth (running at 60fps I would hope they are smooth!) There are pre-rendered cut-scenes that are pretty nice, but are basically DS graphics. You wont find Metriod DS graphics in this game though. Interface: The menu is easy to figure out. Adventure (Story Mode), Quick Play is where you can replay previous levels and play training missions that you discover through out the game via Alien Artifacts. Options let you control the music,sound,what hand you are,invert the y-axis, subtitles,rumble (if you have a rumble pack), and brightness. If you want to start over you can delete your save data as well. In-game you can see the map of the room you are in, and if you tap on map you can get a view of the whole area and see where you have visited. There is also the list of weapons+ your search droid. Length: The game could be longer, I almost beat the game in one day (but decided to take a break.) I would recommend to play this game when you have time, do not play when you have short amounts of free time because there are very few save points through out the game. Sound: the weapon sounds are good. The music is okay, but could have been better, but it fits the mood of the game. The enemy sounds are great. Storyline: Most of the storyline is not given in text from communicating with your assistant. Most of the story is given to you via computer terminals you will find around the game. I would recommend reading these if you are interested in story. If you want to just go through the game blasting away aliens/robots I would not bother with the terminals. The story is pretty good, and a little scary at the same time. Not so scary that you will stay up all night with your tin-foil hat on and your alien hunting gear on the ready. (A disgusting part of the story is revealed later on in the game.) Other: There is no multiplayer in this game. Enemies will not respawn once you revisit a level, plus items you left behind will stay in the level when you leave which is great. Some bosses are reused multiple times. There is not a HUGE variety of enemies in the game. WARNING!!! If you buy this game used there is a chance you will get the first version. The first version of Moon has a glitch when you are driving the LOLA (moon buggy) if you park it in the garage it will take you to a level that you aren't supposed to go to in that point in the game, if you park it there you will be on that level without the LOLA, and are trapped there and must restart the game. Renegade Kid found out about the glitch after release and re-released the game with a fixed version. There is no way to tell if the game you buy is fixed or not. So keep your eye on it or you'll have to restart the game (like me D:) Besides all that this is a good game and I would recommend you buy it.
yes: I recommend this product