-Sigh- you can't rely on anybody for a decent sypnosis but as twisted as it sounds you can rely on Wikipedia.
The game's main character is a man named Hayden Tenno, a morally ambivalent clean-up man employed by the CIA. He suffers from a real-life disease called congenital analgia that does not allow him to feel pain. On a mission in a fictional former eastern bloc nation, he is exposed to a biological compound which mutates him, dramatically changing his right arm, and giving him the ability to spontaneously grow a three-bladed throwable weapon called a glaive. As explained in Game Informer Magazine, the glaive is a part of his body, can be used to generate light, and can be controlled remotely by the player.
During the course of the game, Hayden encounters others that have been similarly mutated by the compound. However, the mutation process is painful to the point that its victims go mad. Hayden's congenital analgia inadvertently protects him from this aspect of the mutation.
The game takes a page out of RE4's playbook with the over the shoulder style perspective and the glaive willl come in handy during the couse of the
game, mostly allowing you to do 3 different kinds of damage to your enemies from, regular damage to allowing you to burn or electrocute them.
So anybody intrested?