Sniper Fury is a shooting game for the PSP. It looks quite similar to other PSP games, but I must say I liked it more than I expected to.
The story of Sniper Fury takes place in the distant future. At first you are just a simple guard for a low-class prison called “The Hole”. The protagonist is one of the few guards who knows the truth about what goes on inside The Hole. He soon becomes a target by the elite inmates in the prison, and with help from an old friend, he gets his revenge on the ruthless inmates who rule the prison.
The action in this game is quite fun. You can see the action happening almost every second that you play the game. And as a shooting game, the graphics are really good and the shooting is so intense and satisfying.
The enemies are tough, and most of them have very powerful weapons. It is hard to survive in this level, unless you know how to fight. But just as the beginning of the game, there is a learning curve to start playing the game. As you progress through the levels, you will find yourself more powerful.
The power-ups found in this game are really fun. Each power-up gives you an extra burst of speed, allowing you to make more time to Dodge the incoming bullets. But sometimes the enemies shoot faster, so you have to use the slower power-ups just to make it to the next level.
One feature that I really like in Sniper Fury is checkpoints. During a mission, if you die, you can try again until you beat the level. And as you can see from the screen shots, if you try to take on harder levels, it can really get frustrating.
Shooting the enemies is fun too. I think the animation and sounds were done quite well. There is a challenge in the levels, but with the checkpoint system in place, you won’t be at risk of getting lost in the game.
Overall, Sniper Fury is a fun shooting game. I am having a lot of fun with it, and I recommend this game to anyone who loves to play shooting games.