Voice acting is good across the board, and the weaponry sounds wonderfully punchy, but musically there's not much here that will stay with you once you stop playing.
Disintegration offers some nice vistas and even nicer explosions. Environments all look good from up on your gravcycle, but a small number of enemy designs and assets means locations can blend together a bit, and it lacks a bit of a triple-A finish.
Gunning down enemy robots while commanding your troops in the heat of battle can take a bit of time to get used to, but feels immensely satisfying once it begins to click. The lack of a mini-map can make it difficult to work out exactly what's going on when things get really hectic, but in its best moments it's a joy to play.
Disintegration's story asks a lot of big questions, but sometimes gets lost along the way. The campaign will see you through a good 8-10 hours, and while the multiplayer mode is a bit thin on modes and maps, it offers an enjoyable experience that's different to other online games.
A really nice list that will have you scouring every story mission to find all of the collectibles and complete the three additional challenges in each. There are a couple of multiplayer achievements, but they won't take you longer than 30 minutes to complete.