The paramedics report that they were unable to find his eyes. We think he may have eaten them.
Overall I like this, but it plays very unstable for me -- the enemies, however they are rendered and regardless of my video settings, have a tendency to cause me to crash if I so much as look at them. What makes this painful is the fact that this isn't an overstatement -- I mean merely LOOKING at them can make me crash. I'm stuck at one point in the third (fourth, actually? not sure) chapter where I simply cannot continue because swiveling the camera thirty degrees to the right results in crashing. Every single time. Sometimes, it crashes the moment the game loads. Rated 7 for what I did get to play, would have been higher were it not for being such a frustrating experience.
What a crappy mod, not only did I have to have near 50% volume to hear the dialogue, then the static came and broke my ears.
Afterwards getting some fast progress and eventually having 3 scraps of dialogue mashed in with the static and ambience.
Who the hell wants to listen to music in a horror game?
No visible health (never died, I think i'm immortal) no visible sprint of flashlight.
Plain bad dialogue as psychological crap-"horror" usually does.
Not scary, didn't even jump at any time, too loud ambience to make it creepy, was more annoying than scary, luckily f6+f9 fixed all the stupid sounds.
Plain bad enemy design, they are after you, they push you, you can kill them but not without going against a corner and getting hits while at it.
Conclusion, what a stupid mod.
What I like:
- Somewhat interesting storyline, although very confusing.
- Great voice acting and dialogue.
What I don't like:
- Tons of bugs and crashing
- Repetetive level design
- Hard jumps and puzzles
- Constnat ear rape
- Screen flashing
- Constant annoying battles with those things