I enjoyed this game immensely but, first and foremost, it is not like it was advertised as. I found out about this game maybe three or four months before it was set to release from the 30-minute preview of the Homeless chapter. That immediately made me search and search for more information on the game, they kept a lot of it quiet up to the release date. When I got the game and started it up I was surprised by just how supernatural the game was. Other than the fact they played it up to be something it wasn't this game is great. If you went into the game not knowing anything I am sure you would enjoy it. The graphics are so phenomenal and the story is heartbreaking but engaging and you really feel like you connect with Jodie. I hope they make a sequel like they tease in the endings (Yes, endings, as in more than one). Give it a play if you are so inclined, I recommend it.
The star rating makes it seem like I didn't like this game, I did- In fact, I think it's a very good game and it's quite frightening but I don't feel like it's frightening enough. I'm one of those people who tries to judge horror games on how well they fit the horror genre. This does pretty well, but it feels like a better thriller movie than a horror game. The monster design is super nifty, the sort of watery design, and the storyline is interesting. It's got a lot going for it but it just falls a little short, I sound very critical of this game but you should absolutely play it if you like the horror feel but something that you could enjoy for what it is.
This game gets old so quick. The repetition is mind numbing and it's not scary after the first experience with it. Play it once and it's fine, but it's honestly a waste of time. It's much better to watch a YouTuber play it so you can see their reactions on their first times playing it, you will get a lot more joy from that.
Fable III was one of those games that I don't think I'll ever get tired of. One of those games where just the soundtrack brings back just great feelings. I got this game on Steam like, "Oh, it's cheap and the graphics are good." So I bought the Deluxe version with all the DLC and started it up. At first, I was bummed that it wasn't so much create your character as it was picking a character and customizing them- but I quickly moved past that. The combat is fun as all get out, for me. I can spend hours using the different weapons and fighting styles and it doesn't get old. The storyline is so wonderful. Do you ever just hear something someone says and it gives you goose bumps and your mind just latches onto it? This is one of those games for me. I very much recommend this game.
I used to play this game as a small little thing and goodness did I love it, and I still love it. The story is dark and to me that is just wonderful, the character design is really unique and the combat is so much better than the first game, as is the controls and obviously the graphics. I loved entering the cheats and playing as Dark Rayne, and going through the maps later maps in the game if only just to check out all the cool things to see. Actually... I think I'll give this game another go around soon, you should, too.
This game, seriously. I love it. It's got the spooky feel, as a kid I was honestly terrified by this game even though I loved it, but it's not horror. The story is kind of strange and the combat is lackluster, but it's still pretty fun to play. It's an old game so I give a lot of its flaws a break. Also, Rayne's voice actress, Laura Bailey is my babe.
I feel like this game really did not get the amount of love it deserves. It is breathtakingly beautiful and the combat is so good, some of the best in a game. The character design is awesome and the story is cool, also the main bad guy is voiced by Jim Cummings, yes, Winnie the Pooh is the bad guy. It's fabulous.
The word that comes to mind is "Eh" I like the concept, I like the gameplay, the monsters are cool. Don't get me wrong, it's by any means a good game but it didn't really pull me in. It was horrifying for maybe the first hour and then I was walking through the halls of the USG Ishimura taking names because it had lost it's tension for me so quickly. I really do want to like the game and you should absolutely play it if you really love horror games and want to experience what many consider a classic in the horror genre, but for me it fell short.
I have played this game pretty much 10+ times. I would give the game five stars but I know it doesn't really deserve it. I am just really chill with this game's flaws because the Dragon Age franchise is my baby. I love the combat in this sequel, it's fast paced and it feels a lot more responsive to your skill as a player. The story is great, honestly, I might like it more than Origins if there was a little more meat to it. It's a pretty short game, it takes me, as a person who pretty much knows all the nooks and crannies and how to play this game's strings like a violin, about a day and a half to complete. I found myself a lot more emotionally invested in this game's stories because they have given you people to really look after, characters you feel you owe everything you have to. This is a really long review, I apologize, I am just trying to explain why I love this game so much even though it's the worst of the three games. It carries a message with it that sticks with you, a lot of the things happening in the game can be applied to real life and actually a lot of the things that are happening around us now, even though this was released in like 2010. Just go play the game, it's good, it is. You should keep an open mind about it.