|MAG is a massively multiplayer online first-person shooter that is unique in a variety of ways. A PS3 exclusive, MAG allows up to 256 players aligned with different private military corporations (PMCs) to battle each other at the same time across a global battlefield. Within this persistent game world players engage in campaign and mission play that elevates their character from the ranks of a lowly grunt, all the way up through the intricate command structure of the in-game officer corp. Along the way players players experience in-depth character customization, a robust leveling system and large-scale MMO shooter gameplay that makes MAG a game not to be missed by fans of the shooter genre.
In the near future, governments are supposedly at peace. A shadow war, fought by private military corporations, emerges. You are dropped into this unprecedented war – the first to have battles of 256 real players on a global battlefield. Prove yourself alongside your 8-man squad and become an elite fighter or earn the right to lead a squad, platoon or ultimately an entire army of players. Your calling a waits.
"MAG is yet another fantastic addition to the PlayStation 3 library and one of the most addictive online experiences I have had in quite some time. ZTGameDomain.com
"Creating M.A.G was certainly a risk on Sony's part, however credit where its due because this game is an instant classic and worthy of a place in everyone's Playstation 3. WonderwallWeb.com
MAG for the Playstation 3 Review
By: Dusty Somers Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 3/17/2010 1:02 PM
|For me, the primary value of a first-person shooter has never been its campaign mode — I’m a multiplayer guy, drawn to the thrill of obliterating your friend or some guy halfway across the world in battle. It doesn’t really matter who it is; it’s just more fun competing against a real person.MAG, available exclusively for PlayStation 3 and only featuring online multiplayer gameplay, has you competing against lots of real people, and despite the fact that it’s an FPS stripped down to the most basic of elements, it has a surprisingly lasting fun factor....read the full review|