SiN Episodes: Emergence for PC
PC - Windows

SiN Episodes: Emergence

May 10, 2006
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About this game

Content Rating: Mature


Built using Valve's Source engine, this follow-up to the SiN series takes on an episodic structure, expanding on the role of Colonel John R. Blade, a battle worn hero in charge of HardCorps. Joining Blade on his mission are JC, a HardCorps hacker with a secret to keep, and Jessica Cannon, a fiery rookie who can find her way into any secure facility.

The first chapter, Emergence, features never-before-seen weapons, characters and environments along with a host of interactive options, paying homage to its predecessors, SiN and its expansion pack, Wages of SiN.

System Requirements


  • OS: 1.2 GHz Processor, 256MB RAM, DirectX 7 level graphics card, Windows XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

    Recommended: 2.4 GHz Processor, 512MB RAM, DirectX 9 level graphics card, Windows XP, Mouse, Keyboard, Internet Connection

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Tom McNamaraMay 24, 2006
While more than a few games leave me wondering what the developer could have done if they'd had more time and resources, SiN Episodes feels like a complete and polished experience that's been mulled over and considered for quite some time. Unfortunately, it often feels like a throwback to an older, streamlined style, where sheer explosiveness reigns over tactical nuance and variety.
Mike ChasselwaiteMay 18, 2006
SiN Episodes: Emergence is a good looking game. It's got some really nice visuals and a really good sense of depth. The audio is a little sparse but at least we're not forced to sit through boring cutscenes just for the sake of forcing a storyline on us every few minutes. The story asks more questions than it answers, and if you want some answers, you'll have to buy more installments of this game as they are offered.
jkdmediaMay 30, 2006
In concept, SiN Episodes: Emergence uses a novel approach by presenting an interesting story-telling method through the use of episodes. However, the story itself is lacking and the gameplay grows redundant, leaving little incentive for all but the most hardcore SiN fans to return for episode two.