Gamezone are the latest to review Restricted Area, and think it's not very good:
But at it's most basic premise,
Restricted Area really lays it on thick with the action. Fairly regularly you
will find your character mowing down bad guys or blowing up robots or melting
mutants or any other number of ways in which to eviscerate your current
problem. But that's where I think we lose a lot of the game's appeal. Not very
far into the game you realize that hey, these missions that I'm doing all seem
to involve me eradicating large groups of protagonists ... Which isn't so bad
if there is a clearer point to it all; while the game has all this action, it
fails to really compel you to keep going through it's entire 14-hour
completion. I would have liked to seen more story on the characters and more
details surrounding a beefier plot.
They award it 6.1/10 and don't think there's anything special about it. I guess better luck next time, Master Creating.