A wonderful first person shooter that has many parallels to Metal Gear Solid, and is self aware too.
The conversation is done quite well, and the tutorials explain everything flat out, and make it so you don't get lost on anything. On top of that you were courteous enough to add mini games in between the scenes for people with slower computers. The characters were also generally fun to read even though they were super generic.
The combat didn't require much strategy, but at some points it actually proved to be a bit challenging, and I'm glad that you get to choose between 4 difficulties at the start so you know what you're getting into. (the tip "shoot em in the head" was said at least 4 times.)
I liked the small things like being able to ogle at the girls you save at the end of each round, and having some extra tools at your disposal, like the grenades. The music also well complimented the game at many points.
The art was overall good, though some anatomy was a little off (like the feet and hands, but nobody was looking at that because there were some bazongas to glance at.) I especially enjoyed that at the end you could've gotten wallpapers based on how well you did. Unfortunately, the site is now down, so you can't...
Good job, jamus-se.