Broken Helix for PlayStation
Jake Burton probably didn’t expect to be hired to diffuse bombs planted by an insider at Area 51. But then, he also likely didn’t expect to be doublecrossed by a good portion of his supporting force in the process of diffusing said bombs. The name of Broken Helix’s game is “Variety”, and it has plenty of it to share; the Interactive 4D world it boasts supposedly allows freedom of movement across thousands of virtual square feet of space, the story progression is entirely open to you, allowing you to either lead the remaining loyal marine platoon, side with the bases scientists against the lethally evil force opposing them, and even step into the role of one of the alien soldiers, all of which is backed with around one and a half hours worth of fully voiced dialogue. As extra little touches, you can alter your field of play from First Person to Third Person, and even overhead of off-centred floor angled cameras if you so choose, have access to a map that guides you through the expansive maze that is the secret base, and there is an expansive arsenal of weapons available for you to select from.