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Es gibt viele Gründe dieses Spiel zu lieben. Hier sind einige ohne besondere Ordnung:
- Dialoge zum tot(!) lachen
- verrückte Charaktere
- starke Musik
- geiler Zeichenstil
- nette Geschichte
...was mich ein wenig gestört hat war das es keine Sprachausgabe gab und das Spiel ziemlich kurz war... nichts desto trotz ein sehr gutes Game.
Vom ersten Moment an fühlt sich das Spiel gut an. Das Spiel vereint einen liebevollen Grafikstil mit großartigem Chiptune Musikstil und am Ende kommt es bei so einer Art von Spiel in aller erster Linie auf die Musik an, da man sein Spiel an den Rhytmus anpassen muss. Nicht dass die Grafik uninteressant wäre. Auf keinen Fall. Hindernisse und Gegner sehen Kreativ aus, genauso wie der ominöse Zyklop, den man steuert.
Ach ja, habe ich erwähnt dass er Sternenstaub schwitzt und Regenbögen furzt?
It's like the classic... but better ;)
Sure, the game is great and all, but what really got me is the soundtrack. I just love it.
I listen to it while working.
I listen to it while writing.
I listen to it while driving.
I listen to it while playing Dustforce.
You favorite color, in case you're wondering =)
The music is great like jamaican wonder buds, the voice acting is also authentic to say the least, mon. In the grahical department everything still seems nice, even though nice might be a poor choice of words, looking into the black, empty sockets which are supposed to be eyes. It seems like every character in town sold his/her for some muddler soup. I guess it's an artistic thingy... so what's the problem with TJD? I tell you, it is the puzzels. The are easy and obvious for the most part, almost uninspired. Not to say that they didn't tickle my sense of humor here and there, but it was mostly for a brief moment. Also, I don't want to say that TJD is not good. It is, but if you love the old LucasArts games and their humor, like me, you will find this one just a bit dull. On the other hand, it doesn't have the same rate of confusing and often frustrating puzzels, like the games of the old days. All in all, give it a try... a free try that is, because you can download the whole game for free from the developers website in low definition... that is without voice acting, 3d renders and less music.
Ah yes, Project Zomboid... what a little gem in today's shooter happy times.
Survival-zombie-horror at it's core. Sure it is still in development, but we already had some adventures together... do you remember when I found that axe and wielded my way through waves of zombies? Drained in blood, but unharmed I went to sleep that night, with a clusterfuck of zombies banging at my windows and chewing down the doors. Or that one time when I was desperatly looking for a gun and after days of searching finally got my hands on a 9mm and ammo? The time had come to put down that butter knive, I had used up until then as a make-shift weapon and walk the streets with my head held high. Yes, it would've served me well, if I only had loaded that thing. Instead I was knocked out cold by a group of zomboids and eaten alive... ah yes... beautiful memories.
There is only on thing I don't like about PZ: the developers gosh-darn release-cycle... it feels like El Nino in the sense that it comes every five years. I WANT MY UPDATE !!!
It's an eye candy of a game... and most fun when played with friends
Graphic and sound are OK for a free game. The control is way... waaaaay to slippery, which kills fun faster then you can read this review.
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