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The guards tend to shoot fast from behind corners, sometimes without being really visible. Maybe it's just their high accuracy that gives this impression or maybe a low frame rate. As for the rain it's actually raining indoors if you set the view size lower.
It's the actual memory usage which is quite hefty (tried playing it on a 128mb ram machine). For comparison a basic default mod needs around 20mb i think. Might be cause all sounds and music are loaded at start.
One of the things i like is that there actually new sounds and music though I'm not a fan of such music style. The first level is a nice calm approach, without any fight. At least for me the level design is more interesting compared to the first part. I enjoy the fantasy and more creepy themed levels (the skull of the skeletons looks bit odd though).
I came also across 2 bugs while playing now for 5 minutes. One is that it keeps displaying fuel instead of ammo if you get killed in a mech and other one is you can prison yourself if you exit one in middle of a door.
Disappointing. 4 years with a graphic artist on board and the result is art design which is all over the place featuring ripped graphics. The title screen (which is usually the first visual thing that jumps onto you before you play) is even more "based" on Strife than the one from part 1. The art design is more like a step backwards and probably its weakest point.
-I don't think you hold a rifle like this.
-The ai has a tendency to do wallhackish shots.
-The rain is buggy indoors.
-Game needs about 200mb of ram?!
The graphics were made from scratch in paint. Good luck in case you try to do a mod!
Not that i ever noticed.
Better late than never! Thanks but it's not so great (: The chance is low cause the SDL code differs a lot from the original in some required parts.
Thanks. Ideas to use advanced engines have been on the table but lack of time/team for such (trying to make everything from scratch).
Hehe thanks. It's fun for me to do such stuff and maybe someone else will enjoy my weird stuff too. Well, it's a matter of taste. Some prefer old movies to newer ones despite new tricks, effects and possibilities.