The review itself is.....Okay. However I think you're being very unfair with it.
First of all, if I may critique some aspects of your review, you have a few conflicting statements in here. For one, you say the game feels slow and clunky, but then you go on to say nothing has any weight to it. If you look at a game like killzone, it's slow, and it's pretty clunky, and it's for that reason everything feels like it has weight, but that's not always a bad thing. So, if you're trying to say the controls are just bad, that's one thing, but those two little statements are entirely conflicting IMO.
Okay, now on to why you are being very unfair with the game...
#1: Graphics: Notice what you said yourself- "360 Launch Title". The very early PS3 and Xbox 360 games failed to deliver superior graphics to those found in Resident Evil 4 and Star Fox Adventures, because the hardware was very new and not understood very well. However, that being said, what exactly is bad about the graphics? The textures have yet to be rivaled in my opinion (as can be seen here: http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/7213/pdz042qk8.jpg
), and there are some very advanced water and lighting techniques in use here. In fact, I'd say on average, the graphics were probably the highest point of most reviews, they were very impressive for the time. Another thing to mention is, you say the character models look like crap and everything is too bright. You obviously have never played a Rare game before. EVERYTHING is bright. It's one of Rare's staples. Bright, vivid, outrageous color palettes. I assume you would prefer everything to be dull, gray, and lifeless, like 99% of all other games made today? And about those character models...What is wrong with them? Do you just not like that they are made to look cartoony? There's a difference between bad and stylized. If you don't like the way something is stylized, say that, but don't make it seem like the game actually has bad graphics just because you don't like the way they look.
#2 Gameplay: You said it's slow and clunky, but you're not really giving any reasons for why you feel that way here. To use the example of killzone again, all the guns turn really slowly and take time to aim and shoot, etc. Part of the game's appeal is that it has that weighted feel to it. Some people like that, some people don't. However, it also got fantastic reviews. PDZ is similar in this way. It uses that same "weighted" feel to the controls. And outside of that, the game has plenty of mechanics to utilize. Ducking and rolling, 3rd person cover mechanics, tons of different types of weapons like shield, swords, rifles, pistols, etc, and tons of multiplayer options. What exactly are you looking for in an FPS if that doesn't resonate with you? Perhaps you should try a puzzle game if non-repetition is what you're looking for- there's lot of variety there.
Overall, I think the problem here is, you're just popping in the game, playing it, dying a few times, and thinking "This game sucks.", and then putting it back in its case. You really aren't exploring it, you aren't giving any thought to WHY things are a certain way in the game, and partially I think you're being unfair with it because you're not very good at it (just being honest, as it's usually a reason people give games a bad review).
To be blunt, critiscizing something like the textures when they are arguably some of the best of this generation, and hating on the graphics and gameplay because they're stylized is quite ignorant to be honest with you. Now, I'm not shooting down your opinion, but you need to flesh things out a LOT more. Providing two sentences under a single category which tally up to the sum of "This sucks", really doesn't work. You need to go into deeper detail about why a particular area of the game displeases you, and explain it further.
Another thing to mention is, you ramble a lot. When people are reading a review, they don't want to hear how they should buy the N64 version of the game, or about flaming ponies, or that every character has an accent (You do realize, the characters in the game are British, and made by a British developer, right?). All they want to know is why they should or should not buy the game, they want straight up answers and opinions and not a bunch of filler.
However, the one good thing I will credit you with is how you have broken up the sections of the review instead of just writing it as one big block, that's a good thing to do usually.