PPPFFFHHHBBBT!!! <- Your mind. Blown.
Now, granted your mind did sound rather more like a flan collapsing in the cupboard than a hunk of heavy, meaty flesh exploding violenty, but don't fret, no body is perfect. Well, no brain, that is.
Thank you Stanley. I was going to remember to never forget you, that is until my mind was blown into smitherines (in a much more specatular fashion than that other person, I assure you).
Go play The Stanley Parable.
You have ____ _______ to make.
I keep bouncing back from thinking that Minerva is brilliant to feeling that it is almost too limited in its variety and scope. In Minerva, a host launches you into an assault on a Combine island fortress. During the adventure, you will backtrack as new avenues open up amongst previously explored areas. It is really genious how the overlapping is developed and permits such a journey of length to be produced from an otherwise relatively small area. The host or commander will send messages via text to you from time to time. This contributes to creating a sense of uncertainty and greater purpose as you're never quite sure what she (or he?) is intending with your actions. It is a grand adventure but limited in its variety. The enemy selection feels consistent in its variety and grouping of enemies. It is logical but when it's all said and done, it leaves more to be desired. The architecture looks well done if repetitive. Minera is highly recommended.. just be aware that it achieves it greatness in part from its narrow focus.
Pretty good custom story. Great atmosphere, constantly felt threatened and vulnerable. The story was simple but that isn't necessarily a bad point. The music was really fitting and tied in with some of the scares well.
There were a few scares that I didn't like, such as the 'spawn in face' events. I did notice a few map errors here and there, however it was good overall. Loved the link between modern day and amnesia style environments,I thought it added a lot. It was short but I still enjoyed it. Voice acting wasn't too bad, though a little drowned out at times.
For a single-person mod, it's really good! Would recommend it as it's well worth a play through - Now if you'll excuse me, I'll go change my pants.
Best ARMA 2 vietnam mod out there. Actually, best vietnam war mod in general. You can't go wrong with Unsung, especially now that Unsung 2.5 is out. The team has been working hard weeding out all the bugs and stuff and now it's a great addon.
WOW, yes really.
This CS was really... different. Unique, original. I don't know where it comes from but it has this singular feeling that distinguish it from all ther other custom stories I've done so far (and I've played a LOT).
The additions you've made to the game are wonderful. I stayed like five minutes observing that solar system thing for instance.
Maybe there's a bit too much oil, I ended the game with 25 oil containers.
Overall it's not that scary, but there were some good parts scary enough.
And the plot... Fabulous. Really immersive story, well thought and well conducted.
As the mod name suggest, Brutal Doom is one of the finest examples of a mod with its gore and make the game play of Doom more faster and much more brutal, it also add new features such as iron sight, 3rd person Mortal Kombat style brutality moves and plenty more. These new features never slowdown or hinder game play but increases it drastically. Recommend for all Doom fan
This has to be one of the best Vietnam mods for Arma 2 OA!!! This mod is awesome!!!! No other mod out there comes this close for a Vietnam War hat goes out to all the Unsung Mod memers for your hard work past and present. Thanks guys